Kids Friendly Halloween Events in Seattle

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Published Sep 29, 2017

Get in the Halloween spirit this year by taking the family to these amazing events! Here's the top kid friendly Halloween events in Seattle 2017!

It is never too early to start planning for spooktacular Halloween Events in Seattle! This October there are so many exciting events - from face painting, pumpkin carving, bike rides, spooky houses, and even trick-or-treating! We at Chatterblock won't let you miss any of these fun Halloween events!

1. Fright Fest

Wild Waves Theme & Water Park gets a SPOOKTACULAR makeover and reopens it's them park doors from Sept end. Thrill seekers can navigate through the park with more than 25 rides in the DARK. Nightmares come to life in two bone-chilling haunted houses and one haunted trail through the woods. Little goblins head to Booville, a scare-free zone for children ages 12 and under, featuring spooky crafts and games.

Event by : Wild Waves Theme & Water Park

Event Date : Sept. 29 - Oct. 29

Tickets : $12 kids - $24 for adults


2. Museum of Fright

This Halloween 'The Museum of Flight' transforms into 'The Museum of Fright'.

Craft all-kinds of soaring, swooping, spooky fliers far below a high-flying glider. Fly witches on broomsticks through a giant pumpkin, test your mettle on the gross-o-meter in the mad science lab, touch alien blood and guts, and hop through an obstacle course under the huge Blackbird spy plane. And in the Personal Courage Wing, you’ll find Halloween games and activities including spooky aviation-themed ghost stories. The spooktacular fun happens from 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM

Event by : The Museum of Flight

Event Date : Oct 29

Tickets : Adults $10, Kids in Costume- Free ($5 otherwise)


3. Halloween Spooktacular

Don your wildest, craziest, or cutest costume for some hauntingly hands-on fun! Kids conduct science experiments in the spooky kooky laboratory, create eerie art, and explore boo-rific dry ice bubbles! That sounds fun.

Event by : Kids Quest Children's Museum

Date : Oct 30

Tickets : $15

4. Hoot 'n' Howl

Don your best costume and bring your brood to Northwest Trek for the spookiest event of the year. Navigate through the park to search for animals in the dark on a special nighttime tram tour. Revelers young and young-at-heart can play games, win prizes, and eat treats during this wild weekend!

Event by : Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

Event Date : Oct 20 - 21

Tickets : $10 - $16

5. Pumpkin Chomp & Stomp

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park has one more Halloween event lined up where you can watch animals around the park interact with pumpkin treats.

Event by : Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

Event Date : Oct 28


6. Aquarium Halloween

Get your Halloween celebration started early! Put on your costume and visit the Seattle Aquarium for creepy games and activities, face painting, fun treats and two kinds of pumpkin carving demonstrations—on land with master carver Russ Leno and underwater with our Aquarium divers.

Event by : Seattle Aquarium

Event Date : Oct 28 - 29

Tickets : $18 - $ 28


7. Pumpkin Bash and Trick-or-Treating

Pumpkins for the animals, trick-or-treating, and more are in store for little goblins and ghosts at Woodland Park Zoo’s family-friendly Pumpkin Bash. Discover a repertoire of animal behavior as hippos, bears, Malayan tigers, lemurs, and other animals crunch, smash or stomp on pumpkins! The pumpkins are part of the zoo’s excellent animal care program to help enrich the lives of the zoo’s animals, promote natural animal behavior, keep animals mentally and physically stimulated and engage zoo visitors. 

Event by : Woodland Park Zoo

Event Date : Oct 28-29

Tickets : Free with Zoo admission ($13 - $21)


8. Halloween Storytelling Train

Every year the Northwest Railway museum host the Halloween storytelling event. There are Halloween Storytelling & activities at the Train Shed Exhibit Building during train stops and for Train Shed visitors.

You can board the Halloween Train in either Snoqualmie or North Bend.

Experience old-fashioned cider pressing, enjoy Depot and train decorations, and sip warm apple cider.

This fun celebration of Fall and Halloween is a great time for people of any age!

Event by : Northwest Railway Museum

Event Date : Oct 21-22 & Oct 28-29

9. Hilloween

The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce’s annual HILLOWEEN is a one-day community celebration of the neighborhood, created for young families with children. The carnival returns this year with a fun Circus theme featuring live performances, carnival games and fun activities. The carnival concludes with our traditional costume parade led by a marching band and trick-or-treating.

Event by : A Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce

Event Date : Oct 28

Tickets : Free


10. Nile Halloween Family FunFest

New this year, the Nile Nightmares Haunted House will be hosting a Trunk or Treat event with decorated vehicles and some great Halloween goodies. Enjoy bouncy houses, cotton candy, face painting, vendor booths, and plenty of great food. Its a fun event for the entire family.

Event by : Nile Nightmares Haunted House

Event Date : Oct 29

Tickets : $10 per kids, Free for parents

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11. Trick-or-Treat In Fremont

Halloween event in Fremont this year includes ghosts, goblins, princesses and small-pints of every shape and size.

Kids can stroll Fremont businesses and collect treats. Kids must be in costume and accompanied by an adult (no adults in masks, please).

Use the special, magical phrase to get free treats - "Trick-or-Treat!"

Event by : Fremont Business District

Event Date : Oct 31

Tickets : Free

12. Zoo Boo

Put on your best costume and visit Point Defiance zoo & aquarium for a fun, fall-themed weekend.

You can watch animals enjoy special pumpkin enrichments and see how creative their keepers are at designing their jack-o-lanterns!

Event by : Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium

Event Date : Oct 14-15

Tickets : Free


13. Halloween Trick-or-Treat Night

Downtown Edmonds brings out the cobwebs, summons the familiar haunts, and invites families to bring the kids down for a safe and fun trick-or-treating experience. The downtown streets of Edmonds will be closed to cars and participating merchants will be handing out treats from in front of their businesses. Music, fun, and goodies of course!

Event by : Edmonds Chamber of Commerce

Event Date : Oct 31

Tickets : Free

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14. Bam-O-Ween

Join BAM for a creative and fun Halloween celebration! You can plan a trip with your family to the Museum for art activities, games, and more festive fun.

The museum strongly encourages costumes, so we suggest- Dress Up!

Their activities are best suited for kids age 4-10. But everyone can enjoy the event.

Event by : Bellevue Arts Museum

Event Date : Oct 28

Tickets : Free

15. Safe Halloween

Get your ghosts and goblins to Country Village Shops for Safe Halloween. Don't forget to dress in your Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat throughout the shops from 4-6pm.

Event by : Country Village Shops

Event Date : Oct 31

Tickets : Free


So go ahead and have lots of fun at these awesome halloween events. And do share your experience with us.


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