Can you believe the end of April is already here? A new month is just days away and there are tons of things to do to end April on a high note. From festivals, eats, opportunities to get outdoors, and more. Ready to have some fun? Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend!

Shania Twain: Queen Of Me Tour

This is obviously a big deal concert and as such it sold out quickly. That means you’re dealing with resale prices that are truly astronomical. Although, it may just be worth it to pay the $200+ if you’re a big fan.

When: April 29th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $281

PNW truffle hunting adventure

Treat yourself to a true culinary adventure this April as you explore a truffle patch with an expert and see the fascinating world of truffle hunting. After the hunt, you will get to return to Thompson Seattle to indulge in a decadent four-course truffle dinner, crafted by Chef Chris, accompanied by Washington wine pairings.

When: April 29th
Where: 110 Stewart St
Cost: $450 per person

Seattle/King County Clinic

If you’ve been in need of a check up but it’s out of the budget, you’re in luck. The Seattle/King County Clinic returns to Seattle Center this weekend providing free healthcare to all.

When: April 27th-30th
Where: Seattle Center
Cost: Free

Check out a new restaurant

Seattle has quite a few new restaurants that you can check out before the month’s over. From tantalizing sweets to unique eats, warming soups, burgers, and more, we have some incredible options for you!

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

This year, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival will take place from April 1st to 30th in Mount Vernon. As always, it’s one of the most beautiful times of year to visit the Skagit Valley and the perfect time to bring home freshly cut, locally grown flowers.

When: Until April 30th
Where: Skagit Valley
Cost: $12+

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Check out an immersive art exhibit

Seattle usually has a handful of good art exhibitions going around the city. Right now there just so happens to be several immersive exhibits from sound installations to digital mirrors, we have a list for you.

Stroll through a local garden

Seattle and the surrounding area are full of amazing, accessible gardens that you can enjoy. Some are free to visit and some require admission. Whether you’re looking for spring blooms, local history or unique landscapes, these gardens have you covered.

Go whale watching

Elevate your spring weekend adventure by trying to spot a whale or two. Washington happens to have a whole bunch of amazing places to catch glimpses of orca whales and other local sea life.

Go for a spring hike

Now that spring is officially here, there’s no better time to hit the trails. Of course, we went ahead and created a list of some of the best hikes that you can check out both near and far from the city.

Watch a meteor shower

One of the most reliable meteor showers of the year kicks off this weekend. The Lyrid meteor shower will be overhead Seattle until April 29th. We of course also made a list of all the best places to watch from.

Enjoy all of the things to do in Seattle, and have a great weekend!