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View from Smith Tower, Seattle USA

The view from Smith Tower in Seattle is one of the best ones during sunset. Besides that, it's not even that touristic and a great place in general to get up to, since there is a really nice bar at the observation deck. Everything is restaurated in a way, that you get a feeling of how it was to get up there when the tower was opened. Even the elevator is nearly the same one and makes it definitely worth 20 $ to get up there, which is even 33% cheaper than getting up to Space Needle and the view / experience is better for sure.

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The best way to get to Smith Tower is by bus and there are quite a few stops from different lines around the corner. Even walking there from the pier / market area isn't that far away.
Getting up there costs 20 $ and you should look for these tourist information booklets, because I saw some of them afterwards offering a reduced price, making it even more worth to get up there to get a nice sunset photo from Seattles skyline.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Sunset
Sunrise & Sunset 07:35 - 18:13 | current local time: 19:45
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