The Seattle Space Needle is a must-see attraction in Seattle! There is also a restaurant on the previous observation deck, which is more suitable for visitors to enjoy the city view of Seattle. I recommend going once in the day and night. I am going in the morning, just in the clear weather, and the view is quite good. On the upper level of the viewing platform, it is a 360-degree transparent glass setting that allows you to enjoy the scenery of Seattle without any obstruction. The next level is the indoor viewing platform, which looks safe but actually exciting. Some of them are transparent glass floors, and every step of the way feels scary. Those who fear the high must be careful!
The tallest building in Seattle is 184 meters high. The best time to climb the tower is when it is almost sunset. There is a self-service ticket machine under the space needle. Line up to get to the tower, along the road is a bulletin board that introduces the construction process of the space needle. After queuing to the tower, I could not wait to rush to the terrace. The spectacular scenery makes people scream, and the first day I did not think of it. I saw the Rainier Snow Mountain. Under the backdrop of the snow-capped mountains, the city is very dreamy, and that view is now in front of my eyes. At the scene, the snow-capped mountains are more magnificent, and the greatness of nature and the greatness of mankind are combined in one picture, which is really moving. The endless snow-capped mountains surround the city. A touch of the sunset against the city skyline and a beautiful day is coming to an end. There is also a last touch of sunshine on the north side of the building, and Union Lake is in front of me. It was getting late, and finally, I glanced at the snow-capped mountains, as if they are floating in the air, like a dream.
The iconic landmark left by the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle comprises the most recognizable feature of one of the most famous skylines in the world. Climb to the top for 360 views of Seattle and get your souvenirs at the gift shop on the bottom floor. The rotating restaurant, Skyline, serves up dizzying dishes and a rare experience.