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Seattle’s “must see” is now a “must do” following the Space Needle’s multimillion-dollar renovation. Glide onto The Loupe, the world’s first and only rotating glass floor, for never-before-seen views of the structure and the city. Lean into tilting...more
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A little expensive for what it is -- you are paying to take an elevator up to the top so that you can walk around inside and outside on your own. No one there to answer questions or to give you any insight. You can...More
Amazing experience only thing off putting to many people crammed in the lift so you couldn’t literally move or enjoy the amazing view . Once at the top over crowded sadly but the views are to die for .. chilly regardless of the time of...More
Well my trip to the top was on a cloudy grey rainy. Its a must see if you're visiting Seattle but try to do this on a day when it's clear, obvious really. They have a glass floor here as in many similar places, honestly...More
We started our vacation here and it helped orient ourselves for our future outings. They offered places to scan your ticket and get photos taken that you could later access with an app. This was fantastic to have all 4 of us in the pictures....More
It’s a little expensive to go up the space needle but the views were great (clear day) and walking on the revolving glass floor was fun. Stepping on the moving glass floor was interesting- had to look straight ahead, couldn’t look down because it made...More
The ride to the top takes a minute or so. Great view of Seattle and Mt. Rainer in the background. It is amazing to see how massive the mountain is. Go to the lower floor and ride the Loupe, the glass bottom viewing area. Overcome...More
The Observation Deck renovation has made me love the Space Needle all over again. I live 4 blocks away from it, so like most locals only went when visitors were in town. But the sensation you get when stepping from solid footing out onto the...More
There are only snacks at the top. The thought is there might never be a restaurant..... several reasons were mentioned, but traffic on the elevator was one. Another was there would have to be a base amount spent for a meal... More
There are only snacks at the top. The thought is there might never be a restaurant..... several reasons were mentioned, but traffic on the elevator was one. Another was there would have to be a base amount spent for a meal and reservations. That's what I heard from one of the tour guides.