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Space Needle

Category: Monuments + Museums

400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109


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Space Needle - Reviews from across the web

Seattle Center - user review
The Seattle Center is a large complex that encompasses the Space Needle, Experience Music Project, Pacific Science Center, Key Arena, Children's Museum, Fun Forest Amusement Park and several theaters. Each of these entities is separate and requires its own admission fee. For events going on at the K...

Space Needle - user review
The World?ôs Fair of 1962 put Seattle on the map for some, and it left the Space Needle as a 607-foot high memento. It may seem a bit dated in appearance to some, especially in contrast to Frank Gehry?ôs flashy Experience Music Project nearby. The Space Needle is the exclamation point of Seattle Cen...

Space Needle - expert review
Space Needle Guide Standing at 185 metres (605ft) high, Seattle’s most famous building is a great place from which to enjoy outstanding 360-degree views across the city and Washington State, including the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, Puget Sound and Mount Rainier. The Space Needle is t...

The Space Needle - expert review
From a distance it resembles a flying saucer on top of a tripod, and when it was built for the 1962 World's Fair, the 605-foot-tall Space Needle was meant to suggest future architectural trends. Today the Space Needle is the quintessential symbol of Seattle, and at 520 feet above ground level, its o...

Cool - user review
Clean park with great feel in the summer. unique. Though it may be the epitome of touristy attractions, its still a fun place with plenty to do and see and its even possible ...

Space Needle - user review
There are those places that we travel to that have a landmark or sight that is unavoidable. A sight that if you don't see it you will have to have a long explanation for all the people that ask, Did you see ____? Its not worth the story or the deceitful feeling of just saying, Sure I saw _____, it w...

Space Needle - user review
Of my five days in Seattle, the only day without sunshine was the day we went to the Space Needle. From the observation deck, we had a great view of Puget Sound and the city of Seattle. The overcast sky made it impossible to see Mt. Rainier. Built for the futuristic-themed 1962 Seattle World?ôs Fair...

Unforgettable - user review
The trip to Seattles Space Needle is something Ill never forget. Eating at the restaurant and watching the sun set, the faries cross the bay, the city lights come on- everyt...

Iconic Seattle experience - user review
The Space Needle is a fun destination and an iconic Seattle experience.  I thought the lookout level was well organized with outdoor and indoor space, displays providing more information about the view, and guides.  The rotating restaurant was also a great experience.  The project team took me th...

Nice views - user review
When in Seattle you must make a stop at the Space Needle. The views from the top are spectacular! You however want to make sure that you go there on a clear day. It is a little p...

Nice Experience - user review
great view, plenty of room to walk around the platform area, not something you see everyday - a little out of the way from the down town area and other to...

Space Needle - user review
What can you say about this thing? Built in 1962 for the Seattle Worlds Fair, this is what a lot of people think of when they hear Seattle. The observation deck is 520 feet up, so the view is outstanding. And of course, you can buy Starbuck's coffee up there! There is a gift shop at the base selling...

It was a blast - user review
I am trying to do a presentation, posing as a travel agent for school. I pick Seattle Washington as one of the best places Ive ever been; certainly wort...

Beautiful - user review
You just gotta see this place it is the prttiest thing in the whole entire state it is just amazingly beautiful and wow...

Space Needle - user review
When most people try and name the most popular sight or the clear identifying feature of Seattle, they think of the Space Needle. It is an unusual sight, towering 520 feet above the Seattle Center complex. Left over from the 1962 World's Fair, it continues to thrill hundreds of thousands of guests e...

Miss you - user review
I lived there for years and miss the view from the Space neddle . I always took friends there for the great view and great food . The price was good and the friends loved it .Afte...

Birds Eye View - user review
I had lunch in the Needle. While eating I got some added entertainment. The Blue Angels were practicing for an air show and was flying by. The Space Needle is also located ne...

Space Needle - user review
The first question that my daughter asked me is Have you gone up the needle yet? Not, How are you Dad? Did you have a safe trip, Dad? She asked about the Space Needle. For first time visitors to Seattle, it's almost imperative to visit the Space Needle and at least take the elevator up to the Oberse...

Light fantastic - expert review
All over the northern hemisphere the days are getting longer. But as the world opens up, what do we see? For the acclaimed travel writer Jonathan Raban, living in Seattle, it's a city dwarf...

$$$$$ - user review
Not that great. Elevator ride was fun. But when we got up there. We stared @ the view for a couple of minutes. Walked around the outside deck and was done. Dont get me wrong....

How can go to Seattle w/out going to the Needle! - user review
I like it before the remodeled, and like it better since the remodel. Like I said, who can go to Seattle without going to the Needle at least once. My Texas Licence plates are ...

Space Needle Guide | Attraction Travel Guide
is the most recognised landmark in Seattle, and visitors can also eat in its famous revolving restaurant. Designed by Edward E Carlson and completed in 1961 for US$4.5 million, the top of this Space Age tower can be reached in just 43 seconds by a futuristic glass lift...

Space Needle — Resource Venture
Perhaps the most innovative of the green updates is the Space Needle's new water system at SkyCity at the Needle, the icon's renowned revolving restaurant. Having done away completely with bottled water, SkyCity is leading the way for other large-volume restaurants. While the Seattle area is already...

Space Needle - Seattle Attractions | Priceline.com
SEATTLE CENTER. Certainly one of the area's better-known landmarks, this Jetson-esque attraction affords breathtaking views from its observation deck. As a boon to squinting visitors, detailed maps provide exact locations of sights found within the bounds of its panoramic vista. In addition, the Nee...

Space Needle | Visit the Needle > Getting Here
For motor coach parking, turn left at the intersection of Broad and John (right in front of the valet turnaround). Take your next left at Fifth Avenue and follow that street through two lights. Take a right at Republican Street, into the S...

Space Needle, Seattle | MyTravelGuide.com
Built for the 1962 World Expo, this distinctive structure, rising 600-plus feet above Seattle Center, has since become Seattle's most famous landmark. Come take in the 360-degree view of mountains, Elliott Bay and Seattle neighborhoods. Stock up on Seattle souvenirs at this gift shop on high. Dine a...

Space Needle in Seattle, WA 98109 - Tacoma News Tribune
Built in 1962, the Space Needle served as the symbol of that year's World's Fair. It has since become the symbol of Seattle, and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The privately owned Space Needle is managed by the ...

Seattle Center - Create your Seattle Center Experience!
A visit to Seattle just isn't complete without a trip to the Space Needle. Journey skyward for amazing views, fine dining and an experience you'll never forget. At a height of 605', the Space Needle boasts fabulous 360 degree views that include Mt. Rainier, Puget Sound, the Olympic and Cascade Mount...

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