Three hundred feet is a height of considerable distance. 300 feet can be described with a lot of famous buildings and architectural structures around us. We have picked up several examples to describe the height of 300 feet.

1) Statue of Liberty

2) Hundred-yard (300 Ft) Football field

3) Big Ben

4) Three Blue Whales

5) Nine-tenths of the Soccer pitch

6) 1.2 times the height of the Sequoia Tree

7) Seven-tenth as tall as the Great Pyramid of Giza

8) One and three-fifth times as tall as the Leaning Tower of Pisa

9) Three-fifth as long as The Shamble

10) The Spring temple of Buddha

11) One and seven-tenths times the Mahabodhi Temple

12) Three-fifth the size of the Blackpool Tower

13) Three-fifths the size of the Singapore Flyer

14) Half as tall as the Washington Memorial Monument

15) Half as tall as St. Paul’s Cathedral

16) Twice as tall as the Chicago Water Tower

17) Two-fifth of the Golden Gate Bridge

18) Three-and-a-half times as long as Baseball base distances

19) Three tenths as tall as Eiffel Tower

20) Five times the Bowling Lane

## How far is 300 feet in meters?

**How far is 300 feet?** 300 ft = 91.44 meters = 3600 inches = 100 yards

## 300 feet compared to common objects

Let us have a look at the objects that can be used to describe the height of three hundred feet.

### 1) Statue of Liberty

The remarkable statue of liberty is of the height of 305.10 feet. We all have studied this remarkable structure with excellent architectural design. Standing tall and holding the bacon of light, the structure is cited here as an example to describe the height of 300 feet. Although the height of the building is a little more than that of three hundred feet, precisely about five feet, this can still be cited as a good example to describe the height of three hundred feet. Situated in New York, the Statue of Liberty is also called the Liberty Enlightening the world.

### 2) Hundred-yard (300 Ft) Football field

If you are a fan of football then you will be aware of the field that we have picked up as an example to describe the length. The hundred-yard football field is a good example that we can cite to describe the size of 300 feet. If you had the opportunity to visit the football field then you will be able to note the size of the football field. Even if you did not have the opportunity to visit a match, seeing one on television will still help you to understand the size of the field.

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### 3) Big Ben

Officially the clock tower of the Palace of Westminster, a.k.a. House of Parliament, is another notable structure that can be cited to describe the height of 300 feet. To be precise, the height of the clock tower is 315 feet. Big Ben can be seen in the history books and the residents of London have the opportunity to every day come across this structure when traveling through this part.

### 4) Three Blue Whales

A blue whale is about the length of a hundred feet. Although all of us did not have the opportunity to see an entire whale, a visit to the marine research centers can help you to watch a model of this marine dweller. You must have seen it in pictures. These whales are a good example that you can pick to describe the length of three hundred feet. Each of the whales is 100 feet. Hence the length of three blue whales is approximately 300 feet.

### 5) Nine-tenths of the Soccer pitch

Generally, the length of a professional soccer field is 344 feet. Hence if you can imagine nine-tenths of the size of the soccer pitch then you will be able to estimate the size of three hundred feet. You must have been to a match at some point in your life, played one, or had the opportunity to become a spectator. In such a case it becomes easier for you to estimate the size of 300 feet by having a look at the field.

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### 6) 1.2 times the height of the Sequoia Tree

The height of the Sequoia tree is a notable example that we can cite to describe the length of three hundred feet. The giant Sequoia tree is termed Sequoiadendron giganteum, which is the scientific name of the tree. The size of the tree is about 250 feet. Now the size of the tree is used to compare the size of three hundred feet to the size of the tree. On calculation, it is observed that 300 feet are one and one-fifth times the size of the tree.

### 7) Seven-tenth as tall as the Great Pyramid of Giza

The height of the Great Pyramid of Giza is three 430 feet and hence when you are observing the size of the pyramid it is easy for you to estimate the height of three hundred feet. The Pyramid of Giza is termed the pyramid of Khufu and is one of the notable structures that stands as an example of remarkable architectural structure. Seven tenths the size of the Pyramid of Giza is as tall as the height of three hundred feet. Thus here is another historical structure that we can cite to describe the height of 300 feet.

### 8) One and three-fifth times as tall as the Leaning Tower of Pisa

The famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy is another wonderful example that we can cite to describe the height of three hundred feet. The height of the Leaning Tower of Pisa is 185 feet. Hence if we compare the height of the structure with the required height of three hundred feet it will be seen that the size of three hundred feet is one and three-fifth times the size of the building. It is a popular tourist site in Pisa, Italy and if you had the opportunity to visit the location then you must have seen it or observed it in photographs.

### 9) Three-fifth as long as The Shamble

The Shambles also called the Great Flesh Shambles is located in (York, England, United Kingdom) is a very famous structure that we have picked to understand the size of three hundred feet. The length of the Shambles is 490 feet and thus with some calculation, we can see that the length of three hundred feet is about three-fifths the length of the Shambles.

### 10) The Spring temple of Buddha

The famous **Spring temple** is a wonderful example that we can describe talking about the height of three hundred feet. The Spring temple is situated at (Fodu Shan Scenic Area, Lushan County, Henan, China). The height of the temple Buddha is 504 feet and if we compare the height of the building with that of the given measurement of three hundred feet then it will be observed that the height of 300 feet is three-fifths of the size of the Spring Temple Buddha which is a good example to describe.

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### 11) One and seven-tenths times the Mahabodhi Temple

The remarkable Mahabodhi temple is a holy site for Buddhists around the world. The Mahabodhi temple is about the height of 180 feet and has both historical and religious significance. The temple is situated in (Bodh Gaya, Gaya District, Bihar, India). Hence when we compare the height of 180 feet with 300 feet, it is observed that the height of three hundred feet is one and seven-tenth the size of the tree. This is a wonderful example that we can cite to describe the length accurately. If you had the opportunity to visit Bodh Gaya then you must have seen this spot where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment or moksha.

### 12) Three-fifth the size of the Blackpool Tower

The Blackpool Tower is another tourist spot in England that is 518 feet tall. The location of the Blackpool tower is Blackpool, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, and here is a comparison that we have drawn to describe the size of the three hundred feet with different objects that are present around us. Here if we compare the height of 300 feet and 518 feet then the size of three hundred feet will be three-fifths the size of the Blackpool Tower.

### 13) Three-fifths the size of the Singapore Flyer

The massive Singapore Flyer is the giant Ferris Wheel which is the landmark of the location. A visit to Singapore is incomplete without the visit to the Singapore flyer on a sightseeing tour. The height of the giant Ferris Wheel is 541 feet. Located in Marina Centre, Singapore, the Singapore flyer is one of the most notable buildings of modern times. If you didn’t visit Singapore then at least you must have seen this wheel in pictures and when we compare its height with that of three hundred feet then it is observed that the required height is three-fifths that of 541 feet.

### 14) Half as tall as the Washington Memorial Monument

The glorious Washington Monument is the storehouse reminiscent of the past. If you had the opportunity to visit the building then you have witnessed how giant it is! The height of the Washington Monument is 555.410 feet and hence when we compare both the height of 300 feet and 555.41 feet, the former height is half as tall as the Washington Monument, and hence good to cite as an example.

### 15) Half as tall as St. Paul’s Cathedral

The height of the building is 571 feet. Hence when we take this as an example we shall notice that the holy edifice is a wonderful example that we can pick up to describe the height of three hundred feet. The required measurement of 300 feet is half as tall as the structure of St Paul’s Cathedral. Here is another example of a notable building from London described at a height of three hundred feet.

### 16) Twice as tall as the Chicago Water Tower

The height of the glorifying Chicago tower is 154 feet and we have picked it as an example to describe the height of 300 feet. The required measurement is twice as high as the size of the Chicago water tower in Chicago, Illinois. This is indeed a fascinating example for the dwellers of Chicago to draw a comparison and for the rest of us, we have to observe the tower in pictures to understand the difference in height and estimate the required height of three hundred feet in real life.

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### 17) Two-fifth of the Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California, and Marin County, California is another brilliant example of a building that we have picked to describe the height of three hundred feet. The size of the Golden Gate Bridge is 745 feet high and hence two-fifths of the size of the Bridge is ⅖th the height of the Bridge. This is a marvelous architectural beauty that you will find as an instance to describe the size of three hundred feet. Hence we have another example of architectural significance to define the size of 300 feet.

### 18) Three-and-a-half times as long as Baseball base distances

The distance over which a baseball base is designed is about 90 feet. Three and a half times the size of the Baseball base is equivalent to the length of 300 feet. Check out this example to understand the length of three hundred feet with commonly available examples around us. This is a good example that we can cite to describe and compare to understand and estimate the size of three hundred feet effectively. A visit to the baseball field will confer you with the idea that we are discussing here.

### 19) Three tenths as tall as Eiffel Tower

Here is another example to describe and guess the height of three hundred feet. The size of the remarkable Eiffel Tower in Paris is 1060 feet. Hence to estimate the height of 300 feet you have to understand and imagine the Eiffel Tower in tenth parts out of which three parts will resemble the height of three hundred feet.

### 20) Five times the Bowling Lane

The bowling lane is where you have to roll the ball which goes and hits the bowling pins at the end of the alley. The length of each bowling lane is 62.8480 feet and since this is a very popular game you can easily spot a bowling alley in the game zones and game plazas.

- How far is 300 feet in meters?
- 300 feet compared to common objects
- 1) Statue of Liberty
- 2) Hundred-yard (300 Ft) Football field
- 3) Big Ben
- 4) Three Blue Whales
- 5) Nine-tenths of the Soccer pitch
- 6) 1.2 times the height of the Sequoia Tree
- 7) Seven-tenth as tall as the Great Pyramid of Giza
- 8) One and three-fifth times as tall as the Leaning Tower of Pisa
- 9) Three-fifth as long as The Shamble
- 10) The Spring temple of Buddha
- 11) One and seven-tenths times the Mahabodhi Temple
- 12) Three-fifth the size of the Blackpool Tower
- 13) Three-fifths the size of the Singapore Flyer
- 14) Half as tall as the Washington Memorial Monument
- 15) Half as tall as St. Paul’s Cathedral
- 16) Twice as tall as the Chicago Water Tower
- 17) Two-fifth of the Golden Gate Bridge
- 18) Three-and-a-half times as long as Baseball base distances
- 19) Three tenths as tall as Eiffel Tower
- 20) Five times the Bowling Lane

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