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Experience breathtaking territorial views from Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. Enjoy a quick, 41-second elevator ride to the Space Needle’s Observation Deck and soak up this spectacular city from 520 feet (159 m) above the ground.

Built for the World's Fair in 1962, the Needle, along with its outside deck, provides 360-degree views of the Seattle area's outstanding natural features.

To the west, find the Puget Sound, the highway to the shipping industry, and the Olympic Mountains, home to the only temperate rainforest in the continental US. To the east, discover the beautiful Cascade Mountains, snow covered in the winter and green in the summer, and Lake Washington, 78 miles of shoreline where some of the least expensive homes cost a million dollars.

To the south, see the stunning Seattle skyline and, in the distance, Mount Rainier, the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. To the north you can view Lake Union, Green Lake, and on a good day, Mt. Baker, home to snowboarding in the Northwest.

Experience breathtaking territorial views from Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. Enjoy a quick, 41-second elevator ride to the Space Needle’s Observation Deck and soak up this spectacular city from 520 feet (159 m) above the ground.

Built for the World's Fair in 1962, the Needle, along with its outside deck, provides 360-degree views of the Seattle area's outstanding natural features.

To the west, find the Puget Sound, the highway to the shipping industry, and the Olympic Mountains, home to the only temperate rainforest in the continental US. To the east, discover the beautiful Cascade Mountains, snow covered in the winter and green in the summer, and Lake Washington, 78 miles of shoreline where some of the least expensive homes cost a million dollars.

To the south, see the stunning Seattle skyline and, in the distance, Mount Rainier, the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. To the north you can view Lake Union, Green Lake, and on a good day, Mt. Baker, home to snowboarding in the Northwest.

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Duration 1h Nonrefundable No booking or credit card fees
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$23.10

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Admission - 2 visits within 24 hours

Duration 1d Nonrefundable No booking or credit card fees
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$33.60

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Combined Visit - Space Needle & Chihuly Garden and Glass

Duration 1d Nonrefundable No booking or credit card fees Mid-day launch at Space Needle Observation Deck (after 9:30 am and before 6 pm) and admission to Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibition Hall.
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$37.80

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Space Needle Observation Deck

Activity/Location

Space Needle

400 Broad Street

Seattle, 98109

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Space Needle

    400 Broad Street

    Seattle, 98109


Description

Experience breathtaking territorial views from Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. Enjoy a quick, 41-second elevator ride to the Space Needle’s Observation Deck and soak up this spectacular city from 520 feet (159 m) above the ground.

Built for the World's Fair in 1962, the Needle, along with its outside deck, provides 360-degree views of the Seattle area's outstanding natural features.

To the west, find the Puget Sound, the highway to the shipping industry, and the Olympic Mountains, home to the only temperate rainforest in the continental US. To the east, discover the beautiful Cascade Mountains, snow covered in the winter and green in the summer, and Lake Washington, 78 miles of shoreline where some of the least expensive homes cost a million dollars.

To the south, see the stunning Seattle skyline and, in the distance, Mount Rainier, the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. To the north you can view Lake Union, Green Lake, and on a good day, Mt. Baker, home to snowboarding in the Northwest.


Highlights

  • Sweeping 360-degree panoramas at 520 feet (159 m)

  • Glass elevators to shoot up the iconic needle-like structure

  • Birds-eye views of the city, Olympic Mountains & Elliott Bay

  • Interactive features for an insight into the Needle’s past

  • Chance to discover Seattle from an exclusive vantage point


Inclusions

  • Admission to the Space Needle


Know Before You Book

  • Children 3 and younger are complimentary.


Cancellation Policy

This reservation is non-refundable and cannot be changed or cancelled after booking.

Location

Space Needle, 400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109, United States