Seattle Center

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Situated at the foot of Queen Anne Hill to the north of the city centre, the 74-acre Seattle Center attracts crowds of visitors thanks to its museums, concert halls and festivals. The park was originally the site of the 1962 World Exhibition, officially known as the Century 21 Exposition. Modernism was the theme of the exhibition, which inspired the Monorail, as well as structures such as the Space Needle, now the emblem of the city. Allow a full day to explore the site.

Useful information

Address:

Harrison St. 305, 98109 Seattle

Phone:

+1 206-684-7200

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