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The Smith Tower opened on July 4, 1914 as the world's 4th tallest building, and remained the tallest building West of the Mississippi River for almost 50 years.
Come visit the crown jewel of the Smith Tower: the Chinese Room and Observation deck. Explore the history of the building, sit in the Wishing Chair, and enjoy 360 degree views of Seattle.
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.
Located on the 35th floor of one of Seattle's most historic buildings, the Chinese Room offers a spectacular 360-degree view of Seattle and the surrounding areas--a western view on...
Although Smith Tower is no longer the tallest building in Seattle, it still provides a great view at a reasonable price. You'll travel back in time as you travel up to the...
Do you want a photo of seattle skyline with the space needle in it or from it? If you answered that you want a photo with the needle and we did then this building is brilliant!
$7 each on our visit! Great value a full circle view with the harbor, the needle, the stadiums and the skyline.
Added bonus is...
The tower provides excellent views of the city and surrounding areas at a fraction of the cost as the Space Needle. The inside of the building (two floors we saw) were beautiful. The elevator ride is an experience in its self. The staff was friendly. I recommend visiting Smith Tower while in Seattle.
When a New York tycoon named Lyman Cornelius Smith returned from Seattle in 1909 with plans for a 14-story office building to be constructed in that boondocks city, his son, Burns Lyman Smith, was waiting with loftier plans.
The result was construction of the Smith Tower, one of the world’s first skyscrapers, hailed in an agog Seattle and elsewhere as the tallest office building in the world...
Once the tallest building in Seattle, the circa-1914 Smith Tower still fascinates observers with its wonderful views. In the heart of Pioneer Square, Smith Tower has, for nearly 100 years, provided the "southern bookend to Seattle's skyscrapers." The original brass-and-copper elevator cars carry you up 35 stories to an open-air observation deck where you're granted fantastic views of Seattle...
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