The Space Needle is Only a 40 minute drive from Auburn!
The Seattle Space Needle
400 Broad St.
Seattle, WA 98109
Located near the Monorail and Seattle Center House at 5th Avenue North & Broad Street.http://www.spaceneedle.com/
In 1962, Seattle was home to the World’s Fair and to bring special recognition to this glamorous Emerald city, the Space Needle became the cities hottest attraction and still is to this day. The Space Needle is a 40 minute drive from Auburn and our great transportation services will help you travel in a timely fashion. Our Bus/Transit
and City Shuttles
have routes that will take you to the Space Needle or Car Rentals
are also available so all of your traveling needs are met.
The Space Needle is a great place to enjoy great views of Seattle, have a wonderful meal at SkyCity Restaurant, shopping, group tours, and more!
Lodging in Auburn is quite a bit LESS expensive than staying in city…another reason why your stay in Auburn will be More Than You Imagined!Fun Facts about the Space Needle:
From Top to Base the Space Needle is 605 feet tall!
When the Space Needle was built, it was then the tallest building west of the Mississippi.
Usually, on a hot day the Space Needle expands about one inch.
The entire Space Needle saucer does not rotate; the only part of the Space Needle that moves is a 14-foot ring next to the windows rotates on the SkyCity restaurant level.
In May 1996, the Space Needle participated in the Olympic Torch Relay and had a special fireworks show as the torch passed through Seattle on its way to Atlanta for the Summer Games.
The Space Needle hosted over 2.3 million visitors during the World’s Fair in 1962. The Space Needle annually hosts more than 1 million visitors, making it the #1 tourist attraction in the Northwest!
For more trivia and information about the Space Needle please visit http://www.spaceneedle.com