Thursday, July 3, 2014

Smith Tower's 100th Anniversary Celebration with admission for a quarter (.25) all weekend in Seattle - Friday, July 4th-6th 2014 from 10am-7:00pm - "Less than a Latte"

Tickets are normally $7.50 each for adults but this weekend in celebration of being 100, the iconic Smith Tower will be charging it's original admission price of $.25 like it was when it opened in 1914! 
This would be a great, historic Seattle building to check out and this weekend would be the perfect time to do it!

" Celebrate Smith Tower’s 100th Anniversary by visiting the 35th-floor Chinese Room observatory and open-air Observation Deck! We will be offering opening-day admission of only $0.25 for all guests. "

" The Chinese Room & Observation Deck at Smith Tower, once the tallest building on the West Coast, have offered Seattle’s best views to the public for 100 years.  Our elevator operators will whisk you in an old-fashioned copper and brass elevator car to the 35th floor where you’ll step into the past as you explore the historic Chinese Room.  Engross yourself in the newspaper headlines of 1910 when Smith Tower was just a lofty idea, or soak up the good luck of the room by taking a seat in the Wishing Chair.  Guests are welcome to enjoy the sights of Seattle from inside – just in case you arrived on one of our famous Seattle rainy days – or outside on the Observation Deck that provides 360° views of the city.  From every angle you’ll see the best of Seattle, including the Space Needle, Great Wheel, Columbia Center, sports stadiums, Pioneer Square, and the International District, as well as our natural surroundings, including Mount Rainier, the Cascade Mountains, the Olympic Mountains, and Puget Sound. "
Ticket sales close 20 minutes prior to posted closing time.
And on their FB page:
" Join us this weekend for $0.25 admission to the Chinese Room & Observation Deck in celebration of the Smith Tower's 100th Anniversary! Opening-day admission prices are available from 10:00am - 7:00pm, July 4 - 6. #tbt #throwbackthursday #100grandyears "

For more info. go here.

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