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The Space Needle is a landmark of the Pacific Northwest and an icon of downtown Seattle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the 1962 World's Fair. Today, nearly 20,000 people ride its elevators every 24 hours. Now it’s your turn! Head to the admissions desk of the Space Needle to exchange this voucher for a timed ticket, then take a 41-second elevator ride to the top.
Get an overview of Seattle on a half-day bus tour that includes stops at top destinations. Get a closer look at attractions such as the Space Needle, Pioneer Square, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, and Ballard Locks, and pass by landmarks including Pike Place Market, and Seattle’s pro baseball and football stadiums.
The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle was originally known as the Experience Music Project (EMP), with the separate Science Fiction Museum attached. Now, the two museums are united under one title and one admission fee. The museum houses both permanent and temporary exhibitions—including several interactive exhibits—focusing on music history and science fiction.
The Space Needle is, in our opinion, a must-see when in Seattle. The history is fascinating, it’s iconic, and the views are second to none. If you are only in Seattle for a short time, then make a visit but be prepared. However, for the admission fee, we recommend if you can to wait until the renovations have been completed to fully enjoy the most of what it can offer. Come Memorial Day, the.
From the deck of a tall houseboat or powerboat, one can enjoy breathtaking views of downtown Seattle, the Space Needle, and special events like the 4th of July fireworks. This slip offers unrivaled protection from windstorms and boat wakes. As a result, a houseboat or yacht moored on this slip would experience very minimal rocking. With a 50-amp electric shore power hook-up, you won’t have.
West Entrance: 5500 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103 Cross streets: Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th and N. 56th St. The South Entrance (near the African Savanna) will be closed for entry.
Visit the Willard Smith Planetarium at Pacific Science Center and explore the universe without leaving Seattle! Buy tickets online or call (206) 443-2001. Buy tickets online or call (206) 443-2001. Membership.