It’s a new week Seattle and there are plenty of things to do in this fair city. Between dancing, art, and food, we have you covered with an assortment of fun. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.

Zumba in Freeway Park

On Mondays from 5:30 PM–6:30 PM you can check out free Zumba classes in Freeway Park presented by the Washington Athletic Club. What’s even better is that no reservations are required, you simply need to show up.

When: Mondays until September 25th
Where: Freeway Park
Cost: Free

$10 Pizza Mondays

Mondays don’t have to be so bad. Every Monday you can score $10 pizzas from 5 PM-9 PM. Reservations are encouraged, dine-in only, 90-minute limit on tables, it gets busy!

When: Mondays
Where: 2305 24th Ave E
Cost: $10+

Psychic Dissection: The Films of Shinya Tsukamoto

Love watching new films? Check out a new series on Shinya Tsukamoto from The Beacon. Each Monday you can watch a new film and learn more about this Japanese horror auteurs work.

When: Mondays until October 2nd
Where: 4405 Rainier Ave S
Cost: $12.50

Madison Park Art Walk 2023

Want to see local art showcased in local businesses? Head to Madison Park for their annual art walk and check out all that the neighborhood has to offer.

When: Daily until September 30th
Where: Madison Park
Cost: Free

Bob’s Corn Fall Festival

Bob’s Corn Fall Festival is back with a corn roaster, fry barn and all sorts of delicious food goodness. You’ll also be able to enjoy wholesome farm interactions as you explore the property.

When: Daily until October 31st
Where: 10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish, WA
Cost: $17.95+

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Taste of West Seattle

Taste of West Seattle is a great opportunity to partake in an evening of eats with the community. You’ll get to try samples from over 30 local eateries, including wineries, and even coffee shops. Best of all, benefits are dedicated to the West Seattle Food Bank, so you can help support them in their mission of preventing hunger and homelessness in the community.

When: Thursday, September 28th
Where: 9131 California Ave SW
$75-$125 per person

Saint Demetrios Greek Festival

If you’re looking for a truly authentic and even homey festival, Saint Demetrios Greek Festival is for you. You’ll be able to enjoy Greek food, music, dancing and culture. That includes homemade Greek delicacies from spanakopita to Souvlakia to baklava, all freshly prepared at the festival.

When: Friday, September 29th, 12 PM-9 PM, Saturday, September 30th, 10 AM-9 PM, Sunday, October 1st, 11 AM-6 PM
Where: 2100 Boyer Ave E
Cost: Free/Varies

19th Annual Great Pumpkin Beer Festival

The enchanting tradition of the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival returns this September and as always, every ounce of joy you experience will serve a noble cause – supporting The Vera Project! The heart of the Seattle Center will play host to this spectacular event, where over 80 varieties of pumpkin and seasonal beers, sourced both locally and globally, will cascade into your glass.

When: 4 PM-10 PM, Friday, September 29th & Saturday, September 30th
Where: 305 Harrison Street
Cost: One-Day Pass: $30+, Two-Day Pass: $50+, $5 for the designated driver

She Bends: Redefining Neon Legacy

If you happen to live south of the city you can head to the Museum of Glass and learn all about neon, including its history as well as its current resurgence specifically among female artists. You can also visit the museum’s other permanent and rotating exhibitions.

When: Daily until Saturday, October 7th
Where: 1801 Dock St Tacoma, WA
Cost: $18

Visit a museum for free

You may or may not know but Seattle actually has 5 museums that you can always visit for free. We’ve listed them out and given you some details so you can take yourself on the perfect adventure. Plus many museums happen to offer free entrance on the first Thursday or Friday of the month. 

Enjoy Seattle, and have a great week!