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!

Waterland Wine and Art Walk

Wine glasses in a row

October 6, Noon-4:00 p.m.

This fall celebration in Des Moines’ North Marina Business District will feature local businesses, wine and art. You will visit eight local businesses and enjoy great art, wine, food and service specials. Proceeds of this event benefit the Seafair Waterland Festival, Fireworks over Des Moines and many other Destination Des Moines community events.

 

Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour

Scary Man Holding a Lantern

October 18–21 and October 25–28

Prepare to be spooked at this tasty after-hours tour! Wander through the haunted factory and search for hidden clues to a secret treasure. Book your spot at www.experiencechocolate.co

 

Pumpkin Plunge at Tukwila Pool

Girl in pool holding floating pumpkin

October 20, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Children can pick their own pumpkin out of a floating pumpkin patch from 1:00-3:00 p.m.! There will also be an open swim, with access to the diving board and waterslide, plus snacks and other spooky fun for all ages. Cost: $3 per person, which includes a pumpkin. www.tukwilapool.org

 

Fear on the Pier at MaST Center

Blue glowing jellyfish under water

October 27, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

The Marine Science and Technology (MaST) Center hosts a free Halloween festival, “Fear on the Pier” from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Help put together marine mammal skeletons and learn how they are prepared, take a close look at some of the creepiest specimens that are brought out only for this spooky occasion and watch divers compete to carve the best pumpkin underwater. Costumes are encouraged. www.mast.highline.edu

 

Boo in Burien

Boo in Burien Poster

October 27, 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. www.seattlesouthside.com

 

The Museum of Fright

Costumed kids walking in the bridge at the Museum of Flight

October 28

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.  Admission is free for those aged 18 and under and wearing a costume. www.museumofflight.org

 

Des Moines Halloween Carnival and Trick-or-Treat Path 

Five children lined up in costumes with trick or treat buckets

October 31

Des Moines is proud to present a safe and entertaining trail of businesses for all children to walk along and gather treats. New this year, the Trunk-or-Treat area will be set up in the parking lot at John L. Scott. Bring your ghouls and goblins out for a family-friendly free event along Marine View Drive and 7th Ave. S., from 3:00-8:00 p.m.

Des Moines Parks, Recreation and Senior Services is hosting a Halloween Carnival at the Des Moines Field House from 5:00-8:00 p.m. with a host of frightfully fun, skill-challenging games for those aged 12 and under. www.destinationdesmoines.org

 

Día de los Muertos

two traditionally face painted people

November 2, 2018, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

This free event at the Burien Community Center is open to the entire community and celebrates the tradition of honoring and remembering our ancestors and families. www.burienwa.gov