We are bringing Pinspiration Market to Western Washington!

Pinspiration market is on it's way to the Emerald city (Seattle) this fall! We can't wait to bring this fabulous makers market to Western Washington. Taking place in an old military hangar, it will be a very unique setting that will be talked about for years to come!

 

About The Event

Pinspiration Market brings Pinterest to life with a market full of things that you love to pin! We hand select the makers for you so all you have to do is bring your task list. We create so you don't have to...we make it...you take it! Our vendors stay on top of all the current trends on Pinterest, they know the latest style, the latest design and the latest entertaining ideas. Buy all the things that you love on Pinterest, but you don't have time to make!

Free DIY Classes

We also offer FUN classes so you can get creative if you are feeling that way too. It’s the perfect combination…a little bit of DIY with a whole lotta shopping!

Food Trucks

What would an event be without the amazing food trucks that reside in Seattle? 

Details

General Admission

  • Saturday (Sep. 23rd) is general admission shopping ($7) from 10am to 4pm
  • Kids 12 and under are free

Early Bird Shopping:

  • Friday night (Sep. 22nd) from 6pm to 9pm ($15) 
  •  Purchase tickets ahead ONLINE to get in at 5:30pm
  •  Tickets will be available to purchase at the door ($15) at 6pm
  •  Early bird tickets get you in both Friday night and Saturday

More About The Venue (Magnuson Park)...

Just east of the very rapidly growing city of Seattle is Lake Washington and right on the shore of this lake is beautiful Magnuson Park. One of the most unique things about this park is not just it's four miles of shoreline or it's stunning views of Mt. Rainer, but it's historic district. Magnuson Park actually served as a military base in the past, which means there are plenty of landmarks and historical sites that display Art Deco style architecture. In fact, we are going to host our Pinspiration Market in one of the old airplane hangars called "hangar 30" and this building has a tons of character! We can't wait to fill this historical building with Seattle's best creative artists, foodies and makers. 

View of Mt. Rainer from Magnuson Park

View of Mt. Rainer from Magnuson Park

Magnuson Park Hangar 30

Magnuson Park Hangar 30