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The Gatlinburg Space Needle is an all steel observation tower served by two elevators with a capacity of 20 persons each. Ride our safe and comfortable glass elevators over 400’ to observation deck for 360° view of the Great Smoky Mountains and the...more
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We purchased tickets before our trip and we fell in love. The tickets gave you a daytime pass and then to return at night. We spent a lot of time up there, especially at night looking at all the lights and stars. Try it and...More
It was foggy and a bit rainy the day we went but the view was still spectacular. It is the star spot for photos of the Gatlinburg Area. Check for coupons in Gatlinburg brochures or travel guides. You can usually get a few dollars off....More
Our group got a discount on our tickets since we had attended a show in back of the Space Center Arcade. The view was wonderful. It was nighttime and the lights were so beautiful in Gatlinburg and on the mountain. It was very cold outside...More
The space needle and Arcadia are always on our list when we come to Gatlinburg however this is the second time we ordered online and each time the cashier is annoyed and not friendly. We came 2017 at Christmas time and now this year the...More
You can see all of Gatlinburg from up there. Its a great attraction. Its been there for a long time and its right in the middle of the strip in Gatlinburg. Its a little oudated but still worthwhile. Try it and see.
Response from ForrealFamilyFun | Reviewed this property |
When we went in June of 2018, it cost $10.95 for adults, and $5.95 for children. You do get two admissions per ticket. The theory is you can go up during the day, and then return to see the city at night.
Response from lettiedelgado | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I have not been there for New Years Eve. Only in the summer time and Thanksgiving. Night life in Gatlinburg is not like big cities. All their restaurants close before 11:00 p.m. No night clubs really.