It’s officially the last weekend of October. From movies, to pumpkin patches to scary corn fields and concerts, we have a little bit of everything for you. Here are 10 of the best things to do in and around Seattle this weekend.
Stalker Farms is a state-wide favorite for getting your spook on and this year it’s back and better than ever. You’ll get to experience an in-person, up close, and personal production with 7 attractions that will leave you with memories you won’t soon forget.
When: September 26th-29th
Where: 8705 Marsh Rd Snohomish, WA
Step into a world where your favorite Disney characters and their iconic soundtracks take center stage. Relive your favorite memories from the Walt Disney Animation Studios in a whole new way. This live-to-film concert is an experience that will transport you to the heart of the Disney universe.
When: Thursday, October 26th, Friday, October 27th & Sunday, October 29th
Where: 200 University Street
BOO Halloween centers around the spirit of Seattle in the form of “Darcy” – inspired by “an urban legend of a girl who disappeared into the forests around Lake Washington years ago.” Experience a spooky music festival with big names like Steve Aoki, Alesso, and Zedd among others.
When: Friday, October 27th & Saturday, October 28th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Nile Nightmares is the scariest place to be in Mountlake Terrace. This year the popular haunted house has 7 attractions for you to try to survive. From Poison Pete’s Apple Orchard to Grey’s Pork Delights you’ll be seriously spooked.
When: Weekends until October 31st
Where: 6601 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA
The Ruins is opening its doors to the public with a brand new speakeasy called Unlisted. Guests can find a selection of handcrafted cocktails as well as PNW eats.
Where: 570 Roy Street
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 5 PM-10 PM
Did you know that you can actually visit the real Halloweentown in person and that it’s only about three hours from Seattle? That’s right, St. Helens, Oregon served as the backdrop for this fan-favorite movie, psst, parts of Twilight were also filmed there. While it is a bit of a drive, it’s a great option for a day trip if you’re up to it.
When: Every weekend Saturday, September 16th-Tuesday, October 31st
Where: St. Helens, Oregon
Cost: $45-$145 GA, Prices vary for additional attractions
Ready to enjoy football season? The Seattle Seahawks are playing the Cleveland Browns at Lumen Field this weekend.
When: Sunday, October 29th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave. S
Seattle Restaurant Week invites diners to explore a diverse selection of local foods over the course of two weeks. Participating restaurants, bars, cafes, food trucks, and pop-ups are offering curated menus for $20, $35, $50, and $65 across the city.
When: Sunday, October 22nd-Saturday, November 4th
Where: Participating restaurants across Seattle
Rob Roy describes their new bar pop-up as “a dark celebration for those who revel in the mysterious and bizarre” a place “where guests can transport themselves to a world that blurs that line between reality and the supernatural.”
When: Until Saturday, November 4th
Where: 2332 2nd Ave
Seattle’s very own haunted house is back! Your spooky journey will have you wandering through a decrepit Catacomb as you try to avoid Dr. Simons and his trusted goons Rigor and Mortis, all while trying to survive the night. New this year is “The Dark Maze” an attraction that is exactly what it sounds like. You and your group are all alone in a pitch-black maze until you find a way out.
When: Weekends and select additional days until Saturday, November 4th
Where: 5000 East Marginal Way South
Enjoy Seattle, and have a great weekend!