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This picture was taken from the base of the space needle, just outside the seattle center mall.

Here is some info that you will want to know.

TICKET PRICE

Adult (ages 14-64): $13.00

Senior (ages 65+): $11.00

Youth (ages 4-13): $6.00

Child (age 3 & under): Free

Active Military Adult w/ ID: $11.00

Active Military Youth w/ ID: $5.50

Day & Night Adult: $17.00
This ticket allows you to visit the Space Needle twice within a 24 hour period ? once during the day and once at night.

Day & Night Youth: $10.00
This ticket allows you to visit the Space Needle twice within a 24 hour period ? once during the day and once at night.

HOURS

Observation Deck & SpaceBase
Sunday - Thursday 9am - 11pm
Friday & Saturday 9am - 12am

SkyCity
Lunch Monday - Friday 11am - 3pm
Dinner Sunday - Thursday 5pm - 9pm
Friday & Saturday 5pm - 10pm
Brunch Saturday & Sunday 10am - 3pm

FACTS

The Space Needle was built on a 120' x 120' lot formerly owned by the city of Seattle, which was sold to investors for $75,000 in 1961, just one year before the opening of the World's Fair.

The original name of the Space Needle was "The Space Cage."

On a hot day the Space Needle expands about 1 inch.

TOP OF THE NEEDLE
once on the top you can get a starbucks, shop for gifts, enjoy the view, use the restrooms, or just sit and relax. so go have some fun.

Address: 400 Broad St. Seattle, WA 98109
Directions: In the heart of the city
Phone: (206) 905-2100
Website: http://spaceneedle.com/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Dec 6, 2004
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heitzenrater

“We will get to these later....., yesterday.., Either way.., Not now what's the point here.., There's always next year!”

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