A new weekend is here! We have to say we’re pretty ready for this weekend we’ll bet you are too. So if you ready to have some fun keep on reading. Here are 10 socially distant things to do in and around Seattle this weekend.

Enjoy an outdoor workout

If you’re looking to get in shape this spring then you can’t go wrong with working out in the outdoors. Luckily for you, Seattle has a ton of great spots to walk, run, bike, and more. Plus many local parks have free exercise equipment that you can use.

Where: Click above to see our picks.

Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20

American pianist Eric Lu is making his Seattle Symphony debut with Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20. So if you want to enjoy some serious musical talent and a beautiful concerto, this is your weekend plan. Plus you can enjoy the live event from home.

When: April 8th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Bicycle Film Festival Seattle

Like bikes and film? If so, it turns out there’s a film festival just for you! The Bicycle Film Festival “has been celebrating bicycles through art, film, and music the last 20 years”. And this year you can catch tons of captivating shorts.  So be sure to check it out while you can.

When: April 9th-18th
Where: Online
Cost: $10+

Treat yourself to a patio dinner

The weather is getting nice and that means it’s officially patio season. So you might as well get out there this weekend and treat yourself to a delicious dinner at one of the city’s best patios. And we took all the guesswork out for you by creating a list.

Where: Click above to see our picks.

Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists – Miller Library Exhibit

If you’re a fan of spring blooms then you don’t want to miss out on this exhibition from The Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists. It’s their 14th annual exhibition and you can see works by local artists. And if you’re really feeling it you can even buy a piece that will help support the Elisabeth C Miller library.

When: April 9th-23rd
Where: Online
Cost: Free

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Take a walk on Lake Washington Boulevard

The beautiful and iconic stretch of road is reopening to bikers and pedestrians this weekend for a limited time only. So if you want to take in some stunning lakefront views and enjoy the road car-free, nows the time. Although we’re going to keep our fingers crossed that the road closure gets extended.

When: April 9th-18th
Where: Lake Washington Boulevard, from Mt. Baker Park to Stan Sayres Memorial Park
Cost: Free

The Big Opera Show

If you happen to be into opera then you don’t want to miss this behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and performances from Seattle Opera. The event is hosted by Rebecca M. Davis, an actor, director, and emcee and the event is free to attend! But any donations you make will help the opera keep singing through the pandemic.

When: April 11th
Where: Online
Cost: Free/by donation

Frye Boren Banner Series

This is a new initiative from the Frye Art Museum to showcase artists from the Pacific Northwest. Each piece is displayed on a massive 16×20 banner on the East facade of the museum for all to see. So if you want to check out some art you can visit and see Marilyn Montufar’s piece Ronnie and Cleveland (2006).

When: Until April 11th
Where: 704 Terry Avenue
Cost: Free

Seattle International Film Festival

The largest film festival in the country is back for its 47th year! It won’t quite be the same because it will be view from home but there’s still an amazing lineup as always and you won’t want to miss it. You can view 93 features and 126 shorts from 69 countries. Talk about options!

When: Until April 18th
Where: Online
Cost: $75-$350

Visit Stonehenge

Surprisingly you don’t need to head over to England to enjoy the beautiful and mysterious Stonehenge. Because Washington actually has it’s very own that was built by industrialist Sam Hill in the early 1900s. Plus you can visit the Maryhill Museum which sits on the same property.

When: Anytime
Where: 35 Maryhill Museum Drive, Goldendale, WA
Cost: $12

That’s what we have for you to do in and around Seattle this weekend. We hope that you get out there and have some fun! Be sure to mask up and social distance when you can. Have a great weekend folks!