- Admission to the Seattle Space Needle Observation Deck
- See all of Seattle from 520 feet in the air!
- Enjoy a 360-degree look at the city, from Puget Sound to Lake Union to the Cascade Mountains
- Capture photos of Seattle’s other icon – Mt Rainier
- Go during the morning or afternoon for daytime views, or head up at night for a twinkling panorama
- Instant-access ticket means no waiting in line at a separate kiosk to redeem your voucher
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What You Can Expect
From your perch at 520 feet, gaze out at the panoramic views of Puget Sound, Lake Union, Elliott Bay, the downtown skyline and, of course, snow-capped Mt Rainier. Snap photos of Seattle’s two surrounding mountain ranges – the Cascades and the Olympics – and watch the bustle of the city’s many waterways, from float planes and ferries to cargo ships and cruise liners.
If you want a closer look of what’s going on below you, the observation deck offers complimentary use of telescopes, and interesting displays set up all around the deck give you more information about what you’re seeing.
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle is located in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, making it easily accessible wherever you are in the city. If you’re hungry, the needle’s revolving restaurant, SkyCity, offers the epitome of dining with a view.
We took the early bird tickets, 8am -9:30am. There were few people and very foggy. It cleared around 10am and the view was beautiful.
We Took my mother and 3 girls. We all enjoyed looking out over the city. Amazing views and a little thrill riding up in the elevator. We did the early time slot to save a few bucks. The monorail there was not crowded at all and the kids got front row seats.