It’s the last weekend of February, Seattle! This month really flew by and it’s time to end it on a high note.  From music to delicious food, to live performances, and more, it’s sure to be a great weekend. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend!


You know you want to see Ginuwine, you totally do. R&B king Ginuwine is coming to Tulip Resort Casino to play a massive show of unforgettable tunes. Chances are you won’t be able to help but dance.

When: February 25th
Where: 10200 Quil Ceda Blvd, Tulalip, WA
Cost: $70

Grab bagels for breakfast

Bagels for breakfast are always a good idea. Whether you’re a simple butter and cream cheese person or a full-on lox sandwich, Seattle has some great shops. We of course made a list of the best locally-owned spots for you to check out to grab the perfect bagel or dozen for weekend mornings.

Can Can’s House of Hearts

House of Hearts is the newest production from Can Can, an original story set in an imagined world. The production is infused with the romance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the quirkiness of Lewis Carroll, and the fantasies of L. Frank Baum.

When: Until March 26th
Where: 95 Pine Street
Cost: $49+

Check out Lil Woody’s Burger Month

Lil Woody’s is nearing the end of its tasty burger month. Diners can enjoy a burger from Bill Jeong of Paju this weekend. The Paju Jr. comes with a Royal Ranch beef patty, American cheese, kalbi sauce, kimchi cucumber coleslaw, gochujang aioli, and Lil Woody’s bun.

When: Daily until March 6th
Where: 1211 Pine St
Cost: Varies

Fremont Sunday Market

The Fremont Market is truly a classic Seattle shopping experience and it happens year-round, rain or shine. It’s a great place to find antiques, vintage clothing, and much more.

When: Every Sunday
Where: Evanston Ave N & 34th St

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Take a class for free

If you’d like to try learning something new this month and have a library card, you’re in luck. The Seattle Public Library offers thousands of free courses that are accessible with your library card. From animation to business skills, they have it all.

Thick as Mud

This group exhibition at the Henry revolves around mud! More specifically relationships between people and place through the works of 8 artists. Works range from figurative clay sculpture to audio recordings of the swamp.

When: Until May 7th
Where: 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St
Cost: Free

The Friends Experience

You have the opportunity to explore set recreations like Joey and Chandler’s apartment, Monica and Rachel’s kitchen, and of course Central Perk. Visitors will also be able to see a wide array of props and costumes from the show. Between photo ops, exclusive merch, and more, this is a must-visit event for any Friends fan.

When: Until April 30th
Where: Pacific Place, 600 Pine St
Cost: $39.50+

National Geographic Live: Mesoamerica Illuminated

Dr. Diana Magaloni-Kerpel will visit Benaroya hall to discuss millennia-old murals and sculptures throughout Mexico and Central America. Expect to see her bring ancient Mesoamerican civilizations to life in a way you’ve never seen before.

When: February 26th-28th
Where: 200 University St
Cost: $30 – $50

Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.: Rosa Parks Series

American printer, book artist, and papermaker Amos Paul Kennedy is best known for his works on social and political commentary, particularly his printed posters. In February, you have the opportunity to see a selection of them displayed at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

When: Until February 28th
Where: 550 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA
Cost: Free

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