It's "Trick or Treat" time once again and many are excited about wearing new costumes and getting the most number of candies and treats. Parties and events also await the really adventurous and fun-loving ones. Knowing you will be checking out our site for your favorite Halloween bash, the ChatterBlock site has compiled the most complete list of Halloween events in Seattle.
Bring the whole family out and walk along a nature trail lit with nearly 300 glowing carved pumpkins. After you finish the pumpkin walk feel free to enjoy games, food, face painting, hay maze, music, a bouncy house and more during this fundraiser for Bainbridge Island Boys and Girls Club
October 14th. 6pm - 8pm.
Join the hilarious Eric Ode for a night of Halloween-inspired music and stories! Author of ten children’s books and winner of six Parents’ Choice Awards, Eric Ode will have the whole family dancing and singing to spooky songs. It will be a fun evening of catchy tunes about bats, owls, pirates, and other things that go bump in the night!
October 15th. 5:45pm - 8pm.
Grab your best costumes and head down to the fun, fall themed event this weekend at the Zoo. From October 15th - 16th come watch the animals plays and enjoy the festive pumpkins and decorations. You get $2 off your general admission when you dress up. So, make sure you take advantage of this spooky deal while you still have a chance!
October 15th - 16th. 10am - 4pm.
This year don't miss Shoreline’s annual Hamlin Halloween Haunt. You and your kids will love to listen to the spooky songs and stories as you toast marshmallows around a campfire, ride the hay wagon and play Halloween games.
October 21st. 6pm - 8:30pm.
If you and your family are looking for a haunted attraction that is both indoor and outdoor, than the Nightmare at Beaver Lake is the event for you. The event runs in the evening (from Friday to Sunday) all month. Feel free to bring clothing or food donations to receive a discount on admission.
October (weekends). 7pm - 11pm.
Come build motorized spiders and create zombie and skeleton Lego mosaics at the Halloween Lego Party held at the corner of Hamlin and Eastlake. In addition to loads of Lego there will also be Halloween baking and decorating. To sweeten the deal there will also be a 3D printer to help the kiddos print ghouls. How cool is that!?
October 29th. 10am - 1pm.
Every weekend in October bring the entire family out to Fright Fest! The theme park offers up some amazing Halloween attractions such as, 3 haunted house, rides in the dark, Booville for the little kiddos, and Camp Whispering Pines (new).