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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
Something everyone thinks they must do! Lines are long and views are good just not worth the long wait in line. Kind of like the London Eye and others. There are generally other tall buildings you can visit with equal view, no cost and no...More
This was included in our 6 hour tour and was definitely a highlight of Seattle. The line moved quickly. The employees are friendly and professional. The views are amazing and the moving glass floor is a must see.
Easy stroll up to the elevators with information sign boards along the way. Some food and drink available on the top deck along with some limited seating.
That deck is also where the outside platform is located. Windy and cool with glass benches and angled...More
Let’s face it, the needle is not new and the restaurant up top is not open, but on a clear day, it’s well worth the price of admission. I cannot recommend this on a cloudy, rainy day, as it is a pricey ticket, but with...More
My husband and I were on the first elevator up in the morning. Gave us a great chance to view the top deck and take pictures and to spend some time on the glass deck before others started to arrive. Highly recommend it.
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!!!