Space Needle, Seattle Center Photos

Built for the Century 21 World's Exposition in 1962 the Seattle Space Needle is now the centerpiece of the Seattle Center and a symbol of the city of Seattle. The 184m tower, designed by John Graham & Assoc., is a favored viewpoint of travelers.

Click thumbnail to enlarge. F11 to view website full screen.
Space Needle. Seattle, WA.Space Needle with interim deck addition. Seattle, WA.Space Needle observation pod. Seattle, WA.Space Needle observation pod with external elevators. Seattle, WA.
Space Needle (1962) (184 m) (400 Broad St.). Seattle, WA. Architect: John Graham & Assoc..Space Needle with interim deck addition. Seattle, WA.Space Needle observation pod. Seattle, WA.Space Needle observation pod with external elevators. Seattle, WA.
Elevator passes waist of Space Needle. Seattle, WA.Space Needle over IMAX Theater of Pacific Science Center. Seattle, WA.Space Needle with interim deck addition. Seattle, WA.Ground level welcome center of Space Needle. Seattle, WA.
Elevator passes waist of Space Needle. Seattle, WA.Space Needle over IMAX Theater of Pacific Science Center. Seattle, WA.Space Needle with interim deck addition. Seattle, WA.Ground level welcome center of Space Needle. Seattle, WA.
Visitors view surroundings from Space Needle. Seattle, WA.Space Needle seen from Skyview deck of Columbia Center. Seattle, WA.Alweg Monorail built for Seattle World's Fair passes Space Needle. Seattle, WA.EMP|FSM & Space Needle at Seattle Center. Seattle, WA.
Visitors view surroundings from Space Needle. Seattle, WA.Space Needle seen from Skyview deck of Columbia Center. Seattle, WA.Alweg Monorail built for Seattle World's Fair (1962) passes Space Needle. Seattle, WA.EMP|FSM & Space Needle at Seattle Center. Seattle, WA.

See Also:

All photos on this page are originals by & copyrighted by Jim Steinhart.
All rights reserved. Permission required to use.