Sky View Observatory

Your first stop in Seattle should be to Sky View Observatory, located in Columbia Centre. Plan your trip to the San Juan Islands, including time on the Great Wheel, time spent shopping in Pike Place Market, time spent hiking in the Cascades, time spent taking the ferry to Bainbridge Island, and time spent cruising Elliott Bay.

The 73rd level of Columbia Centre houses Sky View Observatory. The observation deck is 902 feet high, making it the region’s highest public observation deck. Mount Rainier, Bellevue, the Cascade Mountains, Mount Baker, Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, the Space Needle, and Seattle are all visible in this sweeping vista.

The 76-story, 1.5-million-square-foot Columbia Centre was developed by Martin Selig and finished in 1985. The Carnelian granite and smoked tempered glass exterior houses 2,100 hydronic heat pumps, 48 lifts and 6 escalators. Columbia Centre is one of the strongest and safest buildings in the Pacific Northwest thanks to the various technological advancements required for such a large-scale project, such as viscoelastic dampers and triangle-shaped bracing.

GROUP EXPERIENCES

Give your group a bird’s-eye view of everything by taking them to the Sky View Observation Deck.

Pie In The Sky

Imagine taking your students on a field trip they’ll never forget. With their Pie in the Sky program, you can do just that! Their packages start at $28 per student and include admission to the Sky View Observatory, the best panoramic view of Seattle from 902 feet up in the sky. But that’s not all! Your students will also get to enjoy delicious 14″ pizzas- one included with every six tickets purchased- in either cheese or pepperoni. And they haven’t forgotten about beverages- you can choose from Pepsi products, juices, or water. With a dedicated sales manager to guide you through the planning process, you can rest assured that this will be an easy, memorable experience for all involved. Come and enjoy a Pie in the Sky excursion today.

Bring Your School/Youth Groups to the Highest Observation Deck in Seattle

Are you looking for a unique and unforgettable experience for your school or youth group? Look no further than Sky View, the highest observation deck in Seattle! Elevate your campers 902 feet above the city and witness breathtaking views of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. It’s the perfect opportunity for field trips, scouts, camps, and church groups to explore the city as far as the eye can see. As a member of SYTA (Student and Youth Travel Association), you can trust that Sky View is dedicated to providing the best experience possible for your group. Don’t miss out on the chance to create memories that will last a lifetime!

Celebrate Your Next Life Milestone

Life is full of beautiful moments that they should celebrate, and each milestone is one of them. Whether it’s a birthday, an anniversary, a family reunion, or even saying goodbye to a colleague, all these events are worth commemorating. And what better way to do it than by getting together with loved ones and having fun? Creating memories, laughing until their stomachs hurt, and feeling the warmth of friendship and family. Life should be cherished, and every moment counts. So, let’s celebrate and make life even more beautiful!

Book Your Group, Save on Tickets!

Looking to experience the stunning Seattle skyline from a whole new perspective? Look no further than the Sky View Observatory. And if you’re planning on bringing a group of friends, family, or colleagues, be sure to take advantage of their group booking discount. Whether you’re organizing a corporate event, a field trip for students or youth, or even a happy hour outing for your team or society, the Sky View Observatory is the perfect destination. With a minimum group size of just ten guests, you’ll save big on tickets while enjoying breathtaking views of the Pacific Northwest from 902 feet up. So why wait? Book your group today and get ready to take in Seattle like never before.

FAQS

Can you tell me how few people I need to bring to qualify for a group rate?

There are special rates for parties of 10 or more people.

How long is our visit to Sky View Observatory allowed?

From the time of your group’s arrival until they close (the last lift stops running one hour before they close), you are welcome to enjoy all that Sky View Observatory has to offer. Most tours spend between 60 and 90 minutes at the observatory.

How many different options are there for making a purchase?

The Sky View Observatory only accepts credit card payments. They cannot process payments made in cash.

Is it possible to prepay for our party?

Yes, a ten-day advance payment is required for all group reservations. They will ONLY take credit card payments. No ticket will be refunded once purchased.

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