Completed in 1914, Smith Tower was the 4th tallest building in the world. It remained the tallest on the West Coast until the Space Needle was built in 1962.
Amazing downtown views.
Sad to report: Public access was closed 5 December, 2014. There was no timetable for it to re-open. The notice was buried at the bottom of their web page, so check carefully before going
Take in the beautiful view of Seattle on a nice day for cheap.
Be sure to thank your awesome elevator attendant!
The view is nice and don't forget to visit and sits in the wishing chair for the single ladies.
Take their hundred year old elevator to the 35th floor and enjoy a scenic view of Seattle.
Great views at a fraction of the cost of the space needle.
Sunny day? Head up to the observation deck.
Architecture and interiors are instagram-heaven! Pay the $7.50 and pay the intricate Chinese Room a visit!
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The place where my life changed. Got married on the 35th floor back in 2002
We dare you to count the carved Indian heads in the lobby of the Smith Tower Observation Tower, take the antique elevators to the deck and make a wish on the Wishing Chair.
Smith Tower, Seattle's first skyscraper, was the brainchild of gun and typewriter manufacturing heir Burns Smith, who planned to build the tallest building outside of New York.
The top is a lovely place to get married.
Very, very much worth a visit. Especially if you've never been. For a small amount of money, you get a ticket to cool observation deck at the top.
Wonderful view, 360° outside walk way. Oldest skyscraper in Seattle. Expensive parking in nearby lots or metered curb side.
The Chinese Room is AMAZING!! Great authentic decor and wonderful views of the whole city!