Seattle’s Space Needle in 13 photos

Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle dominates the Seattle skyline, even though it’s not the tallest building.

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A graphic in the Columbia Center observatory

Here is the Space Needle from every angle:

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View from the Columbia Center

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From Lake Union Park

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From Volunteer Park

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From Volunteer Park

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From Volunteer Park

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From Lake Union Park

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From Volunteer Park

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From Seattle Center

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From Lake Union Park

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From Museum of History & Industry

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From Museum of History & Industry periscope

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Can you find it? From Seattle Ferry Terminal

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From Columbia Center

Why are there no photos from inside the Needle?

I found the $24 admission to be…too much.

Several locals beseeched me to go up into the Columbia Center instead, which charged me only $9.

Check out this post for some photo mini-stories from around Seattle.

Thanks for checking out my photos!

One thought on “Seattle’s Space Needle in 13 photos

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