Happy Monday, Seattle! This week spooky season is in full swing. You can eat, drink, enjoy the great outdoors, or even just watch a good old movie if you like to keep things simple. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.
Everyone has their favorite foods and we’ll guess at least a few of you are taco lovers. After all, they’re one of the tastiest bites that you can grab and often pretty quick. Washington has tons of amazing Mexican restaurants and is now being recognized as having some of the best tacos in the US.
The University of Washington has just ranked as both one of the best schools in the world and also in the nation. And if you’re looking at university it might be looking more appealing than ever. Even more so because they have tons of free and low-cost programs that you can enroll in this fall.
Fall is probably the coziest season of the year and that means it’s a great time for dates! If you’re going to be planning some soon, we have a few ideas for you. Of course, we went ahead and made a whole list so you can pick and choose from your favorites.
This event is for anyone who is NFT/Web3-curious and features ramazing speakers and artists. Are you curious to learn more about how to generate revenue from your art? Curious why all these big companies (like Starbucks!!) are creating NFT programs? This event is for you.
When: September 30th & October 1st
Where: Multiple venues across Seattle
Fall officially here and in the air and one of the best ways to celebrate is with a coffee and a sweet treat. To make things even better you might as well have a seasonally themed treat. So here are 10 of the best bakeries in Seattle to grab a fall pastry.
Whether you like it or not, October is coming up this weekend! Plan out your month of streaming by checking out what’s coming to a computer screen or TV near you in the new month. After all, our fall and winter forecast is looking like a lot of indoor time.
Pumpkin carving is one thing but sipping beer out of a giant pumpkin is a whole other deal. If that sounds like an absolute blast to you, get excited because the 18th annual Great Pumpkin Beer Festival is back and better than ever this September and October. Let’s get into some deets.
When: September 30th & October 1st
Where: 305 Harrison St
Cost: $5 – $50
Nile Nightmares is back for a 12th year with 8 different spooky attractions. Your admission includes access to all 8 as well as access to Creatures of the Corn Maze, Ballinger Cemetery and Hillbilly Holler Trail. There are also three horror themed, five minute long escape games available for an additional cost if you’re really feeling it.
When: Weekends, September 30th-October 30th
Where: 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA
The evening will take place at Capitol Hill’s magnificent DAR Rainier Chapter House, built in 1925. You’ll enter into a 22,000-square-foot haunted mansion where an evening of macabre magic awaits you. As you roam the house on your own or with friends, you’ll find tarot readings, strange roaming specters, secret games, and so much more.
When: Thursday-Sunday, Until October 31
Where: 800 E Roy St
Ready to get seriously spooked? If you’re looking for something other than a haunted corn maze, you can visit Seattle’s favorite haunted house starting this week. That’s right folks, the Georgetown Morgue is back for another year of terrifying haunts that you won’t soon forget.
When: Weekends and select additional days until November 5th
Where: 5000 East Marginal Way South
Enjoy all of the things to do in Seattle, and have a great week!