Built for the 1962 World's Fair by architect John Graham (in collaboration with artist Edward Carlson), the 605-ft high needle is the visual focal point from almost any position in the city. The Seattle landmark houses an observation deck, restaurant and, 40 years after it opened, the Seattle Space Needle is still the Seattle's number one tourist destination. 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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