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The Space Needle Seattle

Where is it at?

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The Space Needle
400 Broad Street
Seattle
WA
98109
Tel: (206) 905-2100

Directions

Located near the Monorail and Seattle Center House at 5th Avenue North & Broad Street.

Where are we going today?

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 Space Needle Corporation. We're always working on improving the Space Needle to make it even more fun and exciting for our visitors.
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What people are saying?

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    Went last night on a very clear night.Just did the observation deck not the dinner. really great views of downtown and Seattle at night. Cool video boards and free souvenir digital pictures which is pretty awesome. (these.are professional quality pics that most places charge 15+dollars per. )
    Didn't give 5 stars because I didn't get to see in daylight to get the full experience. my inconvenient schedule not their fault.

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    We were told they had a recently new chef that was good, and that was an understatement! While, I know the ambiance and atmosphere is a lot of your dining experience, they don't survive solely on that! My gf and I are absolute food lovers and the Space Needle restaurant did not let us down. The server was excellent as well, and the bus person had empty plates gone immediately. And the view is just incredible, as you can imagine. Set a reservation, and don't skip out on this!

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    Neat spot, and definitely worth a check at least once if you find yourself in the area. Now that we've done it, I don't know that we'll go again, but it is pretty cool and obviously offers great views for tourists, etc.

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    i love this spot its a must go for a Washington tourist though it can be pricy the view is amazing

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    figured it was a typical tourist trap, was pleasantly surprised that digital photos were included as part of the experience.. kind of expensive though..

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