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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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A fabulous way to explore the magnificent city of Seattle, this tour combines the top attractions and experiences that one must have while visiting the city. On the tour, you will be exploring attractions such as Space Needle, Pioneer Square and Pike
We had a wonderful experience and the people who works their are really good and friendly. First we went by night for 9.30 slot and booked a ticket, my baby 11 months old started to cry for his sleep, so we asked for next day ticket and they agree with that for 5.00 pm. And i think that is the best timings to see space needle. We went up by 5.45pm it was day visit, its really good then they said we got night visit also within 3hrs, so we came by 8.00pm and stayed up till it get dark. Don't believe we stay their till 9.30, saw beautiful sun set ( sun set by 9.00 pm) and night view of downtown is amazing. So i suggest to visit in the evening.
Great views from the revolving restaurant. Overall the food was good, but the BLT was odd, the Bacon was thick and might have been bacon or something else?? You don't need to queue up for tickets out front either, you can go directly inside to the desk next to the lifts.
Great views of the city of Seattle, which includes the newly constructed high-rise buildings, Pike's Place Market and the ship ports. At the top of the Space Needle itself sits a cozy, nicely enclosed space with deli/eatery and many touch-interactive video monitors. Definitely worthstopping by to visit.
The view is one of the best in town. You get a great view of Puget Sound as well as the city itself. Only issue I have is that the food is rather expensive, but other than that it's amazing up here. The staff are all very nice and helpful as well. Lines aren't too bad from what I've seen, but then again I went in the middle of a Thursday. If you're visiting Seattle or even live here this is a must go place for sure.
Brunch was expensive. Good was good. Worth doing once. Great views. FYI you can't take the Stairs up except in special circumstances. Staff was friendly and courteous. Like I said worth doing once but I wouldn't go eat again.