Who is ready to see Seattle from a whole different view!
Built in 1962, the Space Needle served as the symbol of that year's World's Fair. Yes - THAT famous World's Fair!
It has since become the symbol of Seattle, and one of the most recognizable structures in the world.
Now, you can head up to the top and see the sights for yourself, and learn all about that fascinating and iconic history! A bird's eye view of Seattle to boot? Yes please! At 520ft high from the Observation Deck, it's quite a view!
Can you trace the outlines of the Cascades, or spot the famous Mt, Rainier?
Make sure you remember your camera, because you will be checking out some pretty impressive views!
It's a day out to a place that defines Seattle, so why not become part of it's history and skyrocket to it's greatest heights!
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$35 General Admission
$26 General Admission (Ages 5-12)
There is valet parking service, with discount admission for Observation Deck Guests
They operate on timed ticketing so you can plan the rest of your day around your visit! Pre-purchasing tickets are the best option. Make sure you arrive earlier than your time too!
For weekend brunch, lunch AND dinner, head to the SkyCity Restaurant where you can fill those tummies as much as you can fill your day with fun!
Healthy Eating There are healthy options at the restaurant for you! You can also take plastic water bottles up to the deck.
Located near the Monorail and Seattle Center House at 5th Avenue North & Broad Street.
You'll want to bring that pocket money for the Spacebase gift Shop! There are fun gifts, historic and educational souvenirs, and lots of great items to remind you of your visit!
Wheelchairs are always welcome, as are service dogs.
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Strollers are not permitted, but there is a stroller area where you can leave them.
Open daily 9:30am - 9:30pm. Check online for holiday hours
365 days a year, with occasional closures for upgrades and renovations.
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