Portfolio Category: Space Needle

BC Living

Carpet meets glass below me and people lie on the ground, smiling head-to-head as they pose for a selfie. There aren’t many public places in a city where you’ll find fellow tourists in this peculiar pose, yet on the top floor of the newly-renovated Space Needle, it is a very common occurrence. Dangling 500 feet…
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Getting On Travel

Some years ago, a friend living in Seattle gave me a present—earrings by a local artist in the shape of the Space Needle. I’ve visited the city’s most iconic landmark several times, but recent renovations to the tune of $100 million make the trip a go regardless of how many times you’ve been. Click here…
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Lonely Planet

Before Amazon changed the world of online shopping, before Kurt Cobain ushered in the era of grunge rock, and even before Starbucks poured its first cup of coffee, the Space Needle was an iconic symbol of Seattle. And while many events have changed the culture and skyline of Seattle in the ensuing five decades, the…
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Sherman’s Travel

Earlier this year, the Space Needle—built for the 1962 World’s Fair—unveiled a major $100-million facelift, including a rotating glass floor (dubbed “The Loupe’) and new restaurant. Use the $89 CityPASS and, by bundling with other attractions—like Chihuly Garden and Glass and Museum of Pop Culture, which are just steps away from the Needle—you save cash.…
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