Space Needle, Seattle, WA

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Space Needle

Space Needle as viewed from Kerry Park, Seattle
Address: Broad Street
Neighborhood/s: Lower Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington
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Seattle, Washington
State/province: Washington
Country: United States
Year built: 1962
Primary Style: Modern
Architect or source of design: John Graham & Company
Other Structure Function: Tourist Attraction

Lower Queen Anne Seattle


Space Needle, Seattle, WA
(47.620137° N, 122.348406° WLatitude: 47°37′12.493″N
Longitude: 122°20′54.262″W
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The Space Needle is a tower/beacon built for the 1962 World's Fair. It is 605 feet high at its highest point and 138 feet at its widest point. The Space Needle has an observation deck and rotating restaurant at 500 feet and is a prominent feature of the Seattle skyline.

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