You must visit if you are in Seattle. You can see all off Seattle. The stadium where the Seahawks play is next door.
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The views from up here are magnificent. Clear weather cannot be planned for, but roll the dice. If you catch even a brief clearing the views will not disappoint. From Puget Sound, to the Olympic Mountains, to The Cascade range and even Mt. Rainier. You can see it all. And a great way to get oriented to downtown Seattle for... More
It is really higher than space needle and provides amazing view of the city and harbor area. The restaurant in not good enough, so carry eatables along with you, if you feed hungry
Our group of 15 out-of-towners visited the Sky View Observatory as part of an afternoon of sightseeing that included Bill Spiegel's Underground Tour a few blocks away. Later in the trip I visited the Space Needle with my family. The Sky View Observatory lacks the 60s Jetson kitsch of the Space Needle, but it is much higher up. The views... More
There is no question these are some jaw dropping views. It is also almost unnervingly not crowded after visiting other building's observatories which are utter chaos. In that respect, I loved my visit to the Sky View on the 73rd floor of Columbia Center, the tallest skyscraper in Seattle...& Washington State. The cost for an adult is $14.75 and you... More
This was just as nice as the Needle. Great view of Seattle and not as crowded. We stopped at the Starbucks on the way up and sipped on coffee and enjoyed the view.
The views were extraordinary. We ate at the Sky City restaurant before going up to the observatory. The food was good and I loved that the restaurant was revolving so we could get a 360* view.
It's okay if you've never been to the CN Tower in Toronto or other structures which exceed the height of the Sky Needle. Lots of history to look at while waiting for the elevator. It was nice to see mountains in 3 directions. It was nice to have the directions clearly marked. The guides in the elevators could have had... More
It was a surprise birthday gift to me to be taken to this place by my wife. She took me here and I had no idea where I was going. The view was amazing and one of my favorite observatories of all time. It was breath-taking and very memorable.
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Hello, Can you please tell me if the elevator has glass walls or flooring, so you can see the view as you go up and once you at the view area, is the floor solid Or does it have areas in the floor that are glass, were you can look down... just asking since I'm not great with heights. Thanks
We're taking our grandkids to Seattle and they want to eat at the top of the Space Needle. Without going to the fine dining restaurant you mention a place to buy snacks/refreshments. Would we be able to get burgers and fries or sandwiches and soft drinks without going to the fine dining restaurant? Thanks for your help.
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