We’ve found Seattle’s best events – with or without the kiddos
Our picks for dress-up fun
Hilloween in Capitol Hill: Carnival, costume parade, live performances, fun games — trick-or-treat all along Broadway, Pike & Pine streets. Saturday.
Costume Carnival at Seattle Children’s Museum: Kids can join a costume parade, dissect owl pellets, play with potions and slime. Saturday and Sunday.
Pumpkin Bash at the Zoo: Head to the zoo in costume and kiddos receive free admission with each paying adult. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating as well as watching animals munch on Pumpkins. Saturday and Sunday.
📌 Tickets Running Low: The Lion King
Running from December 13, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019 @ the Paramount Theater
If you want to blow your little ones’ mind with a holiday-sized double dose of Broadway + Disney, you better jump on this. Official Tickets Here (a lot of the family-friendly times are running low), Stubhub has tickets too, but obviously there’s a markup.
Three Little Pigs
October 20 – November 18
Several locations: Fremont district, Kirkland, Shoreline, Renton
StoryBook Theater’s musicals are 55-mins and for ages 3-10. Based on familiar fairy tales, each show focuses on a life lesson and has a happy ending. With catchy songs and clever stories, StoryBook Theater shows are fun for the whole family. See more info here.
Super Bueno Brunch plus Poppy!
Sundays: Oct 14th + 21st | 11am-2pm
Super Bueno – 3627 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA
Poppy teams up again with the folks at Super Bueno to Bring Back Brunch. We’ll have two Poppies onsite to play with the kids so you can enjoy brunch. For kids 2 years and up. See more info here.
This is Halloween
October 19 through October 31, 2018
The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
This adaptation of Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas features cabaret and burlesque styles, as well as a live orchestra. See more info here.
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Haunted Chocolate Factory Tour
October 25–28, Tours run between 5pm – 9pm
The Haunted Chocolate Factory Tour allows guests to come to the factory after hours and learn about the ghosts and gremlins that haunt Seattle’s beloved chocolate makers. Wander through the haunted factory after hours and search for hidden clues to find the secret treasure—but beware the otherworldly spirits that lurk beyond… Not recommended for kiddos under age 8. See more info here.