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Seattle Space Needle Observation Deck Admission
from $34.13*
Seattle Space Needle Observation Deck Admission
from $34.13*
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If you see one thing in Seattle, see everything. Explore jaw-dropping 360° views on the Observation Deck: majestic mountains, sparkling waters, towering skyscrapers, and beyond. Plus, use award-winning interactive technology to explore the icon’s...more
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400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109-4607
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This landmark is a must do destination when visiting Seattle. It has become a bit pricey but delivers in excitement and enjoyment, purchase tickets from one of the kiosk sites located in the park. We used the one in front of the Chihuly Museum. This...More

Thank jer b
Reviewed yesterday

The view are amazing. We did the day/night pass combo. It was fun to come back at night and see the city. The rotating, see thru floor was amazing during the day.

Thank lyndeeh2014
Reviewed yesterday

We enjoyed our trip up the needle last May. It allows for a fantastic view of the city and is fun being up there with people from all over the world. They had a good bit of construction going on around the space needle but...More

Thank 645rancer
Reviewed yesterday

With the needle just opening back up, there was still some construction material around but over all it was clean and a fun way to spend some time. The views were amazing. Would love to go back once the restaurant is open

Thank deladypilot
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Going to the Space Needle is a must! We went at night and the views were stunning! It’s a very interesting structure!

Thank Compass188022
Reviewed yesterday

Go early the queue is much shorter, The view is fantastic. Unluckily for us they were renovating the viewing area

Thank Anneanne
Reviewed yesterday

Well you ARE in Seattle after all. Gotta go check out that Space Needle! The new glass floor is really cool and luckily the day we went the cloudy, overcast sky cleared up and we had a spectacular view all around. Don't really think the...More

1  Thank Vicki W
Reviewed yesterday

Perfect in every way. Great views of City ,lift to viewing platform smooth and quick. Glass floor great revolves too. Good information on the needle too.

Thank melonsgal1
Reviewed yesterday

I've been to Seattle MANY times but visited the Space Needle for the first time this past week. The view is amazing!

Thank HBRay
Reviewed yesterday

You can see Canada! and can that ever be bad? I also felt safe (probably because I could see Canada).

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September 11, 2018|
Response from luv2sunOIB | Reviewed this property |
We only had a glass of wine.
September 4, 2018|
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Response from Paul F | Reviewed this property |
this is a tuff question. this would depend on the age of the infant, one in a stroller or backpack maybe, with someone 2,3,4,5, would be a bit of a challenge. even though it is well protected they would really have to be... More