What are you doing for Halloween? If the answer is “I don’t know,” you might want to consider attending one of these top events in the Northwest.
Stalker Farms, Snohomish
Everyone knows that clowns are one of the most terrifying things there is, and Stalker Farms takes advantage of that fear by offering a macabre magic show from Pogo the Clown with “psychopathic tendencies.”
MoPOP – Museum of Popular Culture, Seattle
MoPop will hosts and event on Halloween – check their website for fun events including costumes, live music, and dancing and cocktails.
Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle
If you’re looking for something family friendly in Seattle, head to the Woodland Park Zoo for its Pumpkin Bash and Trick-or-Treating event, free with zoo admission. The event includes storytelling and puppet shows appropriate for little ones, pumpkins for the animals and trick-or-treating for kids.
See all the fun events happening in Kirkland during the fall – their busy calendar includes a Halloween themed day of family fun at Marina Park.
Doom Funk Halloween Party at Nectar Lounge, Seattle
On October 31st, Nectar Lounge will host a funky monster mash at Nectar Lounge that includes five brass-funk groups from across the nation. Costumes are strongly encouraged!
Party with the Barrel Room, Portland
The Barrel Room in Portland hosts a unique variety of holiday events every year, including costume parties and Vegas-like shows. See what’s up this year!
In Central Oregon, Bend’s Old Mill District will host a family-friendly Halloween party downtown for families to trick or treat. At 4:00, the witches take to the water in a fun and crazy Witches Paddle on the lake. Watch costumed characters head out on the water for photographic treat.
Haunted Zip Line Tour– Spokane
Get ready to scream your way through the haunted woods of Liberty Lake as you zip line through this special October evening zip tour.
Spirit of Halloweentown – St. Helens, Oregon
What happens when an entire city is taken over by Halloween? The town celebrates its history as the film location of the movie “Halloweentown” with an extravagant Halloween event space with something for everyone. You might find a ghostly boat ride to Sand Island, a Tain ride along the river, an Alien interview, and decorated homes. Fun for the entire family.