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Space Needle


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400 Broad Street
Seattle, WA 98109

 (206) 404-4221

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"Stop in Seattle and see the Space Needle and Pike Place Market to watch the fish mongers in action."  See More

"everyone goes to the top of the Space Needle, but there are some great views from the top of the Columbia Center and Smith Tower too."  See More

"Some other great views include Kerry Park (great view from the other side with the Space Needle), or take the ferry from Downtown Seattle to West Seattle for great views of the skyline at an inexpensive price."  See More

"And I know this sounds goofy, but if the weather's good have lunch at the Space Needle."  See More

"If you go south, some great things to do are visit the Space Needle for views of the downtown skyline and the sound, you can go to the famous Pike Place Market, shop in Downtown, take a cruise on Lake Washington or in Puget Sound or make your way to Bellevue, another nice area just east of seattle."  See More

"Space Needle, Pike Place Market, possible a baseball game at Safeco Field."  See More

"Get some donuts at Top Pot Doughnuts, go to the Experience Music Project, check out the views from Kerry Park (best view in Seattle), and then if it's a nice, clear day, go to Space Needle later in the day when you have some great light to get good photos."  See More

"As for the Space Needle, just get a picture with it and move on!"  See More

"No, the Space Needle is not worth visiting."  See More

"When you visit the Space Needle, don't miss Chihuly Garden and Glass and the Experience Music Project (EMP) http://adventuresofemptynesters."  See More

"I don't recall having ever been to the top of the Space Needle, but what is worthwhile in the same neighborhood is the Experience Music Project backed by Paul Allen of Microsoft fame, especially if you appreciate music, and more especially if you ever visited the '60s and '70s!"  See More

"Space Needle is totally worth it if you have a nice day for great views to the mountains."  See More

"I would definitely go to Seattle Center, its expensive to ride to the top of the Space Needle but its free to wander around the grounds and look at the Space Needle, and theres usually something interesting going on around Seattle Center."  See More

"They are definitely worth visiting, but I'd skip the restaurant that is inside the Space Needle."  See More

"Even though it's cheesy and expensive and filled with (fellow) tourists, The Space Needle just one of those things you do when you visit Seattle, similar to Pike Place Market."  See More

"Talia, The Space Needle really is a tough call."  See More

"They're $69 per adult and it gives you admission to 5 attractions (1- the Space Needle, 2- Seattle Aquarium, 3- Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, 4- Experience Music Project or Woodland Park Zoo, and 5- Pacific Science Center or Chihuly Garden and Glass)."  See More

"You have a couple choices: if you come in the next few weeks, it's still before the cruise ships start coming in, and you can probably enjoy any of the really touristy spots (Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Space Needle) that you've never seen with marginally less crowds."  See More

"Visit the Pike Place Market See the Space Needle Go up the Columbia Tower Club (Its actually just the columbia Tower) Highest Building in Seattle: http://gatetoadventures."  See More

"Also, the Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass are two other popular spots that are right next to each other so you can stop by both at the same time."  See More

"Walkable to a few bars & restaurants, as well as the Space Needle which is a must see as well."  See More

"The location is spot on, because you're 5 blocks from the Space Needle, Olympic Sculpture Park and a 15-20 minute walk away from Pike St."  See More

"Alki Beach Park and Salty's on Alki (the area around) will get you great shots of the city including the The Seattle Great Wheel and Space Needle."  See More

"Space Needle Kerry Park one of the best views of Seattle Pike Place Market Farmers Market and very interesting to stroll through Seattle Aquarium Seattle Gum Wall "Modern Art" Wall full of gum Cowgirls Inc One of the best bars in town Seattle Art Museum Fremont Neighborhood is a great and nice neighborhood to walk through with many stores and restaurants."  See More

"Columbia Center Sky View Observatory - Skip the Space Needle and do the observatory at Columbia Tower."  See More

"It's the tallest building in Seattle and when you're up there, you look across the city and down on the Space Needle"  See More

"Space Needle, Experience Music Project all walking distance from your hotel."  See More

"Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Westlake Center, Seattle Aquarium"  See More

"Your kids will love a ride up the Space Needle."  See More

"Your kids will love the Space Needle, and if it's a hot day then they can cool off in the giant water fountain."  See More

"Transportation-wise, there's a decent bus system and a silly monorail that only goes a few miles but is actually really handy for the Sheraton if you are heading towards the EMP, Space Needle, and Pacific Science Center."  See More

"I do recommend visiting Pike Place Market and the surrounding area to include the Space Needle."  See More

"Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Space Needle, Waterfront Park, and maybe take a water taxi over to Alki Beach Park."  See More

"The same bus might well take a route that brings you within about a 5-minute walk of the Space Needle, The Seattle Center, Chihuly Garden and Glass"  See More

"For a longer walk in the other direction, try cajun/creole awesomeness at Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge (you could go by way of the Space Needle, which is pretty at night"  See More

"If it's your first time in Seattle, I'd recommend checking out either the Space Needle, Columbia Tower Club, or Smith Tower Observation Deck for a great view of the city."  See More

"For your one big-ticket item, you need to get dinner the Space Needle restaurant."  See More

"I would try and see or go to the Pike Place Market, visit the Seattle Center (Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass), maybe a ferry ride out to Bainbridge Island Ferry, get some fish and chips at the Ballard Locks, find some culture at the Seattle Art Museum (or take a gallery walk), learn about our city and region at the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI), have the best damn coffee ever at Espresso Vivace, walk along the Seattle Waterfront, take a walk at Gasworks Park Marina, and maybe catch a Mariners Field game if you like baseball."  See More

"Great view from the Space Needle but skip the food there as it's pricey and not that great."  See More

"There are lots of traditional 'must do' things in Seattle, not limited to: The Space Needle Pike Place Market Gum Wall The Seattle Great Wheel All of these things are within easy walking distance of the piers, though it will depend on which cruise line you're taking (Norwegian and Oceania Cruises leaves from near Pier 69, whereas Holland America and Princess Cruises leave from the Pier 91 - Smith Cove Terminal--the latter will definitely necessitate a car)."  See More

"It's a nice, affordable, trendy hotel within walking distance to the Space Needle."  See More

"During Memorial Day weekend, there is also the Folk Life Festival, a free event happening in the area around the Space Needle that will make for fun entertainment."  See More

"Queen Anne Space Needle Green Lake Park Fremont Troll"  See More

"There's also the Seattle Center with the Space Needle, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman, Pacific Northwest Ballet and more."  See More

"Nearby Seattle Center has the Space Needle, some sculptures, an international friendship garden, the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum."  See More

"Of course Pike Place Market is wonderful as is Seattle Center (Space Needle etc."  See More

"It's cheaper than going to the top of the Space Needle also!"  See More

"There's tons to do there & it's at the Seattle Center, so you can easily go to the Experience Music Project(EMP) or Space Needle afterwards."  See More

"This is right near the Space Needle, which won't be a ton of fun for kids (for the dollar) but gives you a nice view of the city."  See More

"Of course, there's the Space Needle."  See More

"Space Needle: love this icon."  See More

"Both hotels are beautiful and located centrally so when you're not visiting with your friend, you can easily take your family out for a stroll to the Space Needle and the Pike Place Market."  See More

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