Seattle Space Needle

The Space Needle served as the symbol of the 1962 World’s Fair. It has since become the symbol of Seattle, and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. At the time of its construction, the Space Needle was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.

Over the years, the Space Needle has had its share of milestones, including numerous weddings and jumps by six parachutists. During the World’s Fair, nearly 20,000 people a day traveled to the top.

In 2000, the Space Needle underwent an extreme makeover–to the tune of $20 million. The year–long project included construction of the Pavilion Level, SpaceBase retail store, SkyCity restaurant, O Deck overhaul, exterior lighting additions, Legacy Light installations and exterior painting. Popular as ever, the Space Needle remains Seattle’s number one tourist destination.

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Downtown Seattle Area Hotel Near The Space Needle. Experience the utmost in comfort and convenience at the Days Inn South Seattle where well–appointed guest rooms, friendly service and complimentary Daybreak Breakfast await you. Our convenient location provides easy access to downtown Seattle, the Sea–Tac International Airport and innumerable attractions such as the world–famous Space Needle, which features a restaurant and an observation deck for unparalleled views of Seattle.  [Top]
Seattle Space Needle Observation Deck. Known as the O Deck, the Space Needle Observation Deck rises 520 feet above Seattle. Every degree of the O Deck’s 360º view commands your attention of such natural wonders as snow–capped Mt. Rainier to the south, the Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic Olympics to the west. Catch float planes gently landing on sparkling Lake Union or ferries, cruise lines and cargo ships crossing Elliott Bay. And don’t worry about not bringing your binoculars. The magnification power of the complimentary Swarovski Telescopes is staggering–you can view fans in the stands at Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners, located two miles away. For more information, visit  [Top]
SkyCity: Seattle Space Needle Restaurant. Enjoy great food and breathtaking 360–degree views at SkyCity, located atop the Seattle Space Needle. Indulge your taste buds in the best of the Pacific Northwest courtesy of a world–class crew of chefs. Savor salmon harvested from local waters. Relish berries picked from abundant neighborhood fields. Delight in delectable desserts. For more information, visit  [Top]
Seattle Space Needle Area Activities. The Space Needle is located at Seattle Center, which is home base to a multitude of unique, fun things to do–everything from theatre and ballet to opera and professional sports. There’s also great shopping, exploring and strolling to be done. Activities include
  • Experience Music Project
  • GrayLine of Seattle
  • McCaw Hall
  • Museum of Flight
  • Pacific Science Center
  • Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame
  • Seattle Aquarium
  • Seattle Center
  • Seattle Children's Theatre
  • Smith Tower
  • Woodland Park Zoo  [Top]
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