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Space Needle - Seattle Landmark

Space Needle - Seattle Landmark  | Japanese-City.com

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400 Broad St
Seattle , WA 98109

Space Needle View: One place to see every place. 10 seconds: see the sparkling waters of Puget Sound. 20 seconds: Mt. Rainier becomes a huge snow cone. 30 seconds: skyscrapers appear like giant Legos. 41 seconds: you're up saying 'Ohhhhhhhh' on the O Deck. Get your pointing finger ready! Every degree of the Space Needle's 360-degree view commands your attention. Snow-capped Mt. Rainier to the south and the Cascade Mountains to the east, the majestic Olympics to the west.

You just can't hide from this view. Float planes land below you on sparkling Lake Union. Ferries, cruise lines and cargo ships cross Elliott Bay. The city streets are abuzz with activity. This is a major city opening up before your very eyes.

Want to get closer to the action from your perch? No problem. Our complimentary Swarovski Telescopes magically empower you to spot a friend in the stands buying a hot dog a couple of miles away at Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners baseball team.

You don't have to guess what you're looking at. We've got all the answers and so will you. Colorful, imaginative environmental graphics around the outer edge of the level, and the informative displays along the interior contain more descriptive data and trivia than one can hold in a single head.

You will even find a surprise or two. Sorry, no hints. You'll smile even bigger when you find them.

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