Seattle Great Wheel
The Seattle Great Wheel, one of the biggest Ferris wheels in the U.S., opens in Seattle, changing the landscape of the waterfront.
Some people who live in downtown condos are irritated by flashing light displays on Seattle's Great Wheel.
Two Seattle men say they were kicked off the Great Wheel last weekend because they're gay, but the owners of the waterfront Ferris wheel have a different story about what happened.
Crowds clogged the Seattle Great Wheel on Friday, just one week after its grand opening and despite work left to do on the city’s newest landmark.
The Seattle Great Wheel debuted its first light display Wednesday evening. The Ferris wheel first opened publicly on Friday, and in honor of Independence Day, the wheel lit up its newest attraction.
Crowds lined up to ride a new attraction on Seattle’s waterfront Friday – a huge Ferris wheel known as the Seattle Great Wheel.
To connect with other Seattle Great Wheel fans, go to the Seattle Great Wheel Facebook page.
Seattle's newest landmark, the Seattle Great Wheel Ferris wheel, opens with much fanfare and fun on Pier 57.
Photos of Seattle's new Great Wheel Ferris wheel against the city skyline.
The massive supports that the Great Wheel will rest on are brought in and slowly put into place.
The Seattle waterfront will soon welcome the 175-foot "Seattle Great Wheel," a Ferris wheel that is set to become one of the biggest in the United States.
A KIRO 7 Special: The Seattle Great Wheel first aired on KIRO 7 June 26, 2012.
The Seattle Great Wheel will be 175 feet tall and 200 feet off the water. In comparison, the wheel on Santa Monica Pier is 85 feet tall.
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