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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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Make sure that you go to the Needle on a clear day or you will be wasting your money which at $30 plus dollars is a little expensive for the experience. The day that I went no one bothered to tell the customers that the...More
Disappointed for the price. Views and glass floor gave me a thrill but for the price I expected the staff to enhance the experience. Were not helpful because they were too busy chatting with each other. Two employees were laughing and chatting in front of...More
Bought the Seattle City Pass which has the space needle as one of the attractions. Built for the worlds fair back in the 60’s, it is iconic Seattle. You get a great view of city and mountains if it’s a clear day and we came...More
We weren’t sure we wanted to pay the price to go up, but the weather cooperated beautifully. We visited on a marvelous day when we could see Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainier, as well as the Olympic and Cascade mountains. The guides at the top said...More
Lovely, central sight in Seattle. Good destination right near the museums and beautiful parks. I didn't have a lot of time so I chose not to go to the top. Took a beautiful picture from the Chihuly Museum.
We went to the space needle using the monorail that leaves downtown Seattle and takes about 10 minutes to get near the space needle. We were here around 8PM and it was very crowded with people standing in line to go up the space needle...More
Took the monorail from Westlake Center which took us straight to the Space Needle. Has just re-opened fully from a renovation. Glass floor rotates as you look down below. It was great views from the top and we did not have to wait long, just...More
I woke up to a cool crystal clear day and decided it was a perfect opportunity to head up the Space Needle. Wow! I went in the morning so the views of the Puget Sound, the islands, the Olympics and the Cascade Range were amazing....More
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
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 watched. for time to go I would say get there as early as possible because it tends to get real busy. If I remember I did see people with small ones, so check them out on line and if think it is OK give them a try and get a wonderful view of SEATTLE from the SPACE NEEDLE. hope this answers your question, have a great time!!!