Space Needle

Space Needle information

Seattle , USA
Street 400 Broad St
Getting there
metro Seattle Center
More information
adult/child $19/12
Opening hours
10am-11pm Mon-Thu, 9:30am-11:30pm Fri & Sat, 9:30am-11pm Sun
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Lonely Planet review

You might be from Alabama or Timbuktu, but your abiding image of Seattle will probably be of the Space Needle, a streamlined, modern-before-its-time tower built for the 1962 World’s Fair that has been the city’s defining symbol for over 50 years. The needle anchors the World’s Fair site, now called the Seattle Center, and, despite its rather steep admission fee, still persuades over one million annual visitors to ascend to its flying saucer-like observation deck.