Visit: Space Needle, Seattle, Washington
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the 605-foot tall (184 meters) Space Needle is an integral part of the Seattle skyline and the landmark of the city with over one million visitors making their way to the top each year. Now it’s your turn to experience it for yourself! After redeeming your ticket at the bottom of the Space Needle, take a 41-second elevator ride to the top for a stunning panorama view of the sprawling city cradled between the Puget Sound and rolling hills to the East. The imposing, glacier-capped Mt. Rainier will loom large before you while distant views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges retreat towards to the horizon. Reach out and touch the view with hands-on digital experiences, and take home a FREE digital souvenir photo.
Seattle Space Needle, Seattle Center
The Space Needle is open 365 days a year.