Space Needle, Seattle Center, Washington, USA.
The Space Needle (605 feet tall), at Seattle Center, Washington, USA. The Space Needle annually hosts more than 1 million visitors, making it the number one tourist attraction in the Pacific Northwest. When the Space Needle was built in 1962 for the World's Fair, it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. The entire Space Needle saucer does not rotate, only a 14-foot ring next tthe windows rotates on the SkyCity restaurant level. The 100 foot, or SkyLine, level was built in 1982. The original name of the Space Needle was "The Space Cage." The original name of the restaurant was "Eye of the Needle."Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download