Ready to make the most of the last weekend of what feels like the longest month of the year? From hockey games and art exhibits to farmers markets and cozy igloo charcuterie, your weekend itinerary will be fit with fun in no time. So without further delay, here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Seattle Chamber Music Society 2024 Winter Festival

The annual Winter Festival takes place at the Nordstrom Recital Hall in Benaroya Hall. You can choose to attend the performance in-person or, if a cozy evening in is more your vibe, you can enjoy the music from the comfort of home with their virtual tickets!

When: January 26th-28th, 2024
Where: 200 University St
Cost: Free-$30

Taylor Fest

This one is for the Taylor Swift fans. Chop Suey & Perfect Night Productions Present: Taylor Fest! A Dance Night For Swifites, By Swifties.

Get ready to sing and dance!

When: Friday, January 26th
Where: 1325 E Madison St
Cost: $20

Remember the Rain

Remember the Rain is on at the Seattle Art Museum in the third floor galleries. This colorful collection depicts the different vantage points of Haitian life, telling stories of relationships with the environment and spirituality. And don’t dally, because this exhibit is only on until the end of the month!

When: Until February 1st
Where: 1300 First Ave
Cost: $29.99

Seattle Wedding Show

Have a wedding coming up? The Seattle Wedding Show is on this weekend and can help you plan the perfect wedding, making sure that every detail is taken care of, from the venue and music to the flowers and cake.

When: Saturday, January 27th & Sunday, January 28th
Where:Seattle Convention Center Arch Building, 705 Pike Street
Cost: $20+

Chateau Ste. Michelle Igloos

Looking for some cozy winter fun? You and four friends can enjoy charcuterie, drinks and twinkly lights from the comfort of one of Chateau Ste. Michelle’s exclusive (and heated) igloos. 

When: Saturday & Sunday
Where: 14111 NE 145th Street, Woodinville, WA
Cost: $220-$275+

Seattle Kraken

Cheer on the home team not once but twice this weekend at Climate Pledge Area! The Kraken take on the St. Louis Blues on the evening of Friday, January 26th, and return to the ice again on Sunday, January 28th to face off against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Go, Kraken, Go!

When: Friday, January 26th & Sunday, January 28th
Where: Climate Pledge Arena
Cost: Tickets starting at $70

Soak in a hot tub boat

Looking to stay cozy this weekend? You can rent a hot tub boat on Lake Union for you and up to five friends! Float, drink and stay warm all the while soaking up the 360 degree views of Lake Union and Seattle. 

When: Daily
Where: 2520 Westlake Ave N, Seattle
Cost: $400 for 2 hours

Visit the Numerica Skate Ribbon

The Numerica Skate Ribbon is a 16′ wide and 650′ long ice pathway with a 3,500-square-foot attached rink. And it’s not just your average ice rink! You can enjoy slight inclines and declines on your journey around the path. Plus, it’s surrounded by a “beautiful Northwest-inspired landscape.”

When: Daily 11 AM-9 PM
Where: 507 N Howard St, Spokane, WA
Cost: Per hour $9.95-$38.95+

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. Oh and if you have a library card, you can also access a ton of local museums, free of cost!

When: Varies per location
Where: Locations throughout Seattle
Cost: Free

Fremont Sunday Market

You can find this classic Seattle shopping experience under the Fremont Bridge every Sunday throughout Seattle’s chilly winter. With over 165 vendors in attendance, it’s a great way to spend your morning — meandering through the stalls with a cozy drink and your reusable shopping bags in hand. 

When: Sunday, January 28th, 2024
Where: Evanston Ave N & 34th St

Happy exploring, Seattle!