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Seattle’s “must see” is now a “must do” following the Space Needle’s multimillion-dollar renovation. Glide onto The Loupe, the world’s first and only rotating glass floor, for never-before-seen views of the structure and the city. Lean into tilting...more
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Newly refurbed this is a great place to see the skyline of the city. Regrettably the restaurant was still closed for completion, that was not obvious when you buy tickets!! Bit cheeky but there is a small cafe at the top. Quite an experience.
We were very fortunate that during our visit, it was a rare clear day in Seattle and we had great visibility of the mountain ranges and city sites. I have been to many similar sites in other cities around the world and they all feel...More
How can you not go when it’s your first time to Seattle?! It’s really cool! Great view and and super cool to see the city from that high up. Luckily the day was clear enough to see pretty far. Of course lots of people were...More
Seattle has such a rich culture and history and it is one of the main tourist attractions for anyone who wants a best vacation ever. So the Space Needle is the best place to go there!! It has such a great view and you can...More
The view from the top is spectacular! You have views in every direction. Out over the waterfront, Mt Rainier on clear days, out over the city. You can walk out onto a glass floor and look straight down to the base ( not recommended if...More
First time adventurers in Seattle, felt compelled to go to the Space Needle. I would not do it if I had it to do over. It cost $30 a person to ride to the top. The views and experience can be had much cheaper (...More
On a sunny day you can see all of the wonder of the varied landscapes of the Seattle area from one location......the Space Needle. Access is uncomplicated and once on top you appreciate the thoughtful construction of the viewing areas. The food offered looked tasty...More