If you're looking for Halloween events near Seattle, you've come to the right place! We've got plenty of local happenings going on over the next few months, both spooky and thirst-quenching. Check out our event calendar for more details!

Oktoberfest at Cedarbrook Lodge

Fridays and Saturdays through October

Oktoberfest at Cedarbrook Lodge

No need to travel to Munich, the Cedarbrook Lodge is bringing Oktoberfest to you this year! Kick back by the fire and enjoy authentic German fare and beer specials. The full Oktoberfest menu will be served Fridays and Saturdays through October, with a selection of food and drink specials available daily.

Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are recommended. Please call 206.214.4282.


Seattle Chocolate Drive-Through Trick-or-Treat

Scary Man Holding a Lantern

October 31, 5-9pm

SAVE THE DATE 🎃 Though we’re sad to say that Seattle Chocolate won't be holding their beloved Haunted Factory Tour this year, they can’t let Halloween pass without celebrating all things 👻 SPOOKY 👻 with the local community! Join them on Halloween evening from 5-9pm at their flagship store for a safe & family-friendly drive-through trick or treat experience, complete with a few familiar faces ☠️ and truffles to share.


Boo in Burien

October 24, Noon-4:00 p.m.

The annual safe trick-or-treat in downtown Burien features many neighborhood activities and trick-or-treating. Activities include: creepy crawlers pub crawl and costume content (Age 21+), Weinerdog races, canine costume contest, haunted houses and of course, trick-or-treating.


The Museum of Fright

Costumed kids walking in the bridge at the Museum of Flight

October 31

The Museum of Flight celebrates Halloween family fun as “the Museum of Fright.” The museum’s spacious galleries provide Halloween carnival-style games and activities to spark imagination, innovation and get in the Halloween spirit. Visit Frankenstein’s Lab in the Aviation Learning Center, hop through an obstacle course under the Blackbird and encounter other frightful surprises. Be sure to wear a costume! www.museumofflight.org


Des Moines Arts Commission Presents: Virtual Concert Series

Des Moines Arts Commission Virtual Concert Series

Various dates October-November

If you miss concerts as much as we do, you'll be happy to know that the Des Moines Arts Commission has sponsored a virtual concert series spanning from October to November! Acts and dates are listed below, but check the Des Moines Arts Commission Facebook page for all the details.

October 30 - 6PM - Buzz Brump
November 6 - 6PM - Winehouse
November 13 - 6PM - Elena Maque Music
November 20 - 6PM - Ethan Tucker

Dia de los Muertos

two traditionally face painted people

November 1-15

This annual celebration has moved to a virtual setting for 2020. Be sure to follow the City of Burien's Facebook event page for all the details.