You can take part in rebuilding a beloved work of art.
Looking to contribute to the greatness of Seattle? Well, the Market Theater Gum Wall is the perfect place to do so. Tucked away downtown in Post Alley (right under Pike Place Market), you will find a brick wall covered in used chewing gum. As strange as it might sound, the infamous Gum Wall has become a local landmark over the years.
Although the wall was cleaned back in 2015 — workers removed over 2,350 pounds of gum — it is slowly being rebuilt, one chew at a time. So hey, if you are tired of blowing bubbles and want to contribute your own sticky gum to the wall, you're encouraged to do so. Just remember to bring hand sanitizer!