Space Needle, Seattle
Space Needle, Seattle - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
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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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.
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Space Needle Information
- 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 Ticket 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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Space Needle, Seattle Reviews - Write a Review
Overall, this is a really cool place to visit. The view of Seattle from atop is incredible! You're definitely getting your moneys worth out of visiting the Space Needle. The staff is kind and friendly. There isn't much to do here but look at views, but the views are great so it didn't bother me too much. Like I said, overall it's a good place. I would recommend it to anyone in the Seattle area. Definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity.
I've been to the Space Needle twice, while traveling along the West Coast, and really enjoyed both visits. The Space Needle offers a great view of Seattle, as well as, the centerpiece to a downtown park with many things to see and do. The ticket price to go to the observation deck is not bad and definitely worth the experience. The elevators are on the outside with glass doors, allowing you to look outside as you are launched to the upper level. Highly recommend visiting the Space Needle, if you are passing through.
Riding the monorail to the space needle and all of the Christmas lights and tinsel around the city provided an extra special entry. The icon itself was under renovation, meaning that a third of the observation area, as well as the restaurant, was off limits, but there was a reduction in fee. The well-done and stylish storyboards lining an initial ascent brought the design and construction era to life with fascinating detail. The view from the top was amazing, though cold and windy, and the comprehensive gift shop ensured memories for home. A must see marvel from the early 60s. Fondly reminded me of Disney's tomorrowland.
If you are traveling to Seattle WA. Definitely give this engineering marvel a chance. You get stupendous views of Seattle and the Puget Sound. On the ground level there is an amazing little gift shop where you could buy a plethora of small Seattle themed items. You can get an amazing meal at 600 feet in the air. Where else could you do that? Definetly visit. You will not regret it.
Very cool but closes at 730 not 8. Very disappointing to miss the last ride up. However the staff were very kind and the gift shop is very cool. It is still beautiful to see from outside. When they are done remodeling I am sure it will be breathtaking.