Tours for Space Needle
About Space Needle, Seattle
The symbol of Seattle and one of the most noticeable structures on the Seattle cityscape is the Space Needle. Designed by 2 architects and built for the 1962 World Fair, the structure stands proud and has been drawing visitors in large numbers from the day it was opened. It's a less than a minute ride to the top in an elevator. The thing that draws them is the view they get from the observation deck of the Space Deck. The breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and islands has left a lasting impression on many.
The observation deck has interactive SkySchool for children. There will be a lot of picture perfect moments here and to maintain it on days when the weather isn't perfect, they have a large screen set up that will simulate the perfect weather and you can have your perfect shot and mail it right from the deck!
Not just that but the SkyCity Restaurant and bar serves up delicious eats that are reasonably priced. The best part of the dining experience is the rotating deck so you get a true 360 degree view of the beauty of Seattle and beyond as you enjoy your delicious meals. It is a learning experience that the marvels of science have brought together for the young and the old.
Offering the best views of Seattle, the Space Needle is frequently crowded by visitors. To get the best Space Needle ticket prices check out our fabulous tours and ticket rates. Offering some really good deals on Space Needle Tickets, our tickets section is sure to lure you. One of our bestselling tours, Tickets for Space Needle are a hot seller on our website. To buy tickets for Space Needle in advance rush to out tickets segment now. Book tickets for Space Needle to save last minute over prices.
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- Get in there in afternoon-and then come back around 8:30 pm to catch the sunset at 9:00 pm and then stay awhile to get night shots.
- Valet parking (at Space Needle); Seattle Center lots nearby.
Space Needle Tickets Prices
- Check the official website for the updated ticket price
Space Needle Opening and Closing Hours
Observation Deck and SpaceBase Retail store:
- Sunday to Thursday: 9:00am – 10:00pm
- Friday to Saturday: 9:00am – 10:30pm
- Ticket Booth closes 30 minutes prior to the above closing times.
Restaurants Near Space Needle
- SkyCity Restaurant and Bar
- Sport Restraunt and Bar
- The 5 Point Cafe
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Address: 400 Broad Street Seattle, WA 98102, United States.
Ticket Price: 64 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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A must do, to be fair. I thought the €22 was excellent value for access and then the views. Staff are very friendly, and the photos of the construction are fabulous. A bit of an unnerving 10 second ascent, allows you full 360 views over Seattle and beyond. You can stay there till closing time, but I found that an hour was plenty to take in all the sites, and numerous photos. An incredibly well stocked souvenir shop greets you at the exit on ground level. Staff take your photo, and you can email it to yourself for free from a number of kiosks on the top floor. Super. One thing is that queues for the toilets can be slow as there are only 4 of these at the top. BTW, someone quoted earlier that it's $40 to get to the top. I only paid $22
Wonderful place to get visited in sunny days. It has spectacular views of Seattle, Puget sound, and Mt. Rainier (if you are lucky enough). While you are in line to get up there you will be able to read a lot of related historical information. Very interesting. The panoramic view is stunning. If you want they will make a photo before you enter the elevator and you can see it up there on special terminals and share it. Be aware the lines for going down are not shorter than ones to go up. After visit you will go down right to the gift shop that is not bad actually.
It's about $40.00 bucks to get to the top. So take your time and enjoy the view. Try your best to visit at sunset and hang out til the sun goes down. So you can see the city during the day and at night. Make sure you sign in on the visitors board it's really good to see where all the visitors come from. All in all is very nice place to visit.
Easy access despite construction. We arrived on a gorgeous Sunday morning and only had to wait about 30 minutes. The observation deck was not very crowded and access to the best viewpoints was easy. All of the staff were friendly and helpful. The views of the city, harbor, islands, and mountains were excellent.
The restaurant at the top is amazing! But make sure to make a reservation weeks to months in advance. It was great for lunch, but very pricey. We spent 100 for a lunch for 2. The experience was well-worn the price. Keep in mind that you get in for "free" if you are eating in the restaurant so that makes up for some of the cost. The views are absolutely incredible, it's a lunch I will never forget.
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