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A visit to Seattle just isn’t complete without a trip to the Space Needle Observation Deck. Towering 520’ above ground, the Observation Deck offers panoramic indoor and outdoor viewing of Seattle and the surrounding area, free telescopes and more!
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It’s a famous monument in Seattle. You can go up to see the whole beautiful view of Seattle downtown for a fee.
Get amazing views of the city. Recently renovated for unobstructed 360 degree views of the city. This is part of the city pass. ** The City Pass offers a variety of locations for about 50% off of the door admissions. The pass is valid for 9 days.
You can’t leave Seattle without visiting the iconic Space Needle. One of the most visited and photographed landmarks in the world. The second floor located at the top of the Space Needle is a rotating glass floor that gives you views underneath your feet! Don’t miss out on this amazing experience.
Had to add the Space Needle, the park, and Seattle Center. Much has been written on this area already, so I’d suggest reading over those reviews and recommendations if you’re planning a visit. It’s touristy, but some people love the touristy stuff! The Space Needle is iconic to the Seattle skyline…
The Space Needle and surrounding sites and activities in and nearby Seattle Center are ideal for getting an overview of the Seattle area. The views are amazing!
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the 605-foot-tall Space Needle quickly became an icon of the city that today is recognized far and wide. On the observation level, which you can reach via a 43-second elevator ride, see the doodle-on-a-napkin concept that led to the Space Needle design. Views from…
The most famous landmark in Seattle, defines our skyline. Nice park area surround it too.
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“Pike Place is chock full of amazing vendors selling crafts, flowers, fruit, and of course - fish. Wander the stalls and sample the wares. Some highlights include: Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Bavarian Meats, and Ellenos and the gum wall. Grab a Salmon sandwich for lunch at Market Grill.”
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“The most famous glass artist in the country, born south of Seattle in Tacoma, displays his finest collection of works downtown just below the Space Needle. A must see for an art lover. ”
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“This is a beautiful way to see Seattle and take in sweeping views of the skyline, waterfront and islands!”
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“If your a music buff the Mpop museum is a great place to visit. Lots of great exhibits and info about famous artists who started in Seattle.”
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“Discover three of the best day trips from Seattle to Pacific Northwest towns that will only enhance your getaway to the Evergreen State. BAINBRIDGE ISLAND Catch a ferry from Seattle’s Pier 52 and you’ll find yourself on Bainbridge Island in just 35 minutes. You’ll depart with views of the Seattle skyline behind you as the Puget Sound unfolds before you. Though the island itself is best explored by car, the town of Winslow is within walking distance of the pier. In Winslow, you can rent a bike or meander around the town by foot. Shops, cafes, galleries, and restaurants abound in Winslow, each adding to the small town charm. Bainbridge Island is also home to many parks and public spaces, so this is definitely the place to picnic on a sunny day. BREMERTON The Seattle to Bremerton ferry is one of the most frequent ferries out of Alaskan Way. It’s also one of the cheapest; a round trip ride costs less than a movie ticket, making it one of the most bang-for-your-buck trips. A Navy town, Bremerton also offers a unique take on sightseeing. The ferry docks near Harborside Fountain Park. Many of Bremerton’s best eateries are clustered around this park so you won’t have to venture far to find lunch. The Naval shipyard is also nearby, with permanently docked ships like the USS Turner Joy. Tour the ship or stroll along the blocks near the water and peruse the many local shops and galleries. KINGSTON On the Kingston ferry from Seattle’s Pier 52, you can cross the sound in just 40 minutes. The ferry itself pulls into Appletree Cove. Imagine a quintessential Pacific Northwest harbor, and Appletree Cove is it. Venture into Kingston for even more views and experiences. In Kingston, mouthwatering meals are never more than a few minutes away. Dig into crepes, ice cream, pizza, craft beer, and more, all within steps of the ferry. If the sun is out and the sky is clear, stop by Saltair Beach Park for a stroll on the sand with clear views back over the Puget Sound.”
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