Where can I see the Space Needle pictures?
For photos at Chihuly Garden and Glass (located next to the Space Needle), visit chihulygardenandglass.com/find-photos. Time of Visit If you remember the time of day the photo was taken, this also will help in our search.
How do I get free pictures from the Space Needle?
The Space Needle official app is your companion as you explore everything there is to do at Seattle’s newly-renovated icon. Add your ticket to the app and receive your complimentary digital photos delivered directly to your mobile device.
What’s inside the Space Needle?
The Space Needle offers 360-degree views from its three main viewing areas – an indoor observation deck and open-air viewing area located at 520 feet, and an observation level featuring a revolving glass floor located 500 feet above ground.
What are 3 facts about the Space Needle?
1962: The year the Space Needle opened for the Seattle World’s Fair. 4.5 million: The number of dollars it cost to build the Needle. 400: Approximate number of days it took to build the Needle, which was dubbed the “400-day wonder.” • 5,600: The number of tons of concrete poured into the Needle’s foundation.