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A great urban park in the center of Seattle. A great place for families to hang out and check out all the museums and eateries in the center.
This is the cultural hub of Seattle. It’s located 2+ blocks north of this building. Use 4th Ave for direct access to the Space Needle or 5th Ave for direct access to MoPop. This area includes the Space Needle, Chihuly Glass & Garden, MoPop, Pacific Science Center, Children’s Museum & Theater,…
Seattle Center is home for the Space Needle, one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world and a treasured Seattle icon. Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle recently completed the most extensive renovation in its history. With two observation decks, the world’s only revolving…
After the Waterfront, head to the Seattle Center area, which is home to some of the cultural highlights of Seattle, including the Space Needle. While this area might seem touristy, it’s definitely one of the highlights of the city and is worth a visit, if not just to admire the modern architecture…
Awesome playground for kids outside of MoPop; food, monorail to downtown, giant fountain, green spaces, Space Needle!
The Seattle Center is where the Space Needle is located and there are always a million things going on there. Check the website for the latest activities.
Seattle Center is an arts, educational, tourism and entertainment center in Seattle, Washington, United States. Spanning an area of 74 acres,
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