11 Halloween Events in Washington State

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Whether you are looking for the hottest Halloween party or a place to take your little witches and ghouls, we have you covered with a list to help you end spooky season in style in Washington.

The Museum of Fright


The Museum of Flight has been taken over by witches and ghouls and transformed into the Museum of Fright for Halloween. Come dressed up in your costume and enjoy an evening of scary stories, a ghost hunt and even travel into the unknown realms of space. Admission starts at $17, and the event will kick off at 10 a.m.

To learn more about the Museum of Fright and to purchase tickets, visit

Dia De Los Muertos Lounge Party


Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi hosts its third-annual Dia De Los Muertos Lounge Party on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 8 to 11 p.m. The event will feature a fine-dining experience in the restaurant’s private suites, a costume contest, DJ sets with bottle service, a photo booth, and much more to help you celebrate the holiday in style. Admission is $20, and the event is 21-plus. 

To learn more about Los Muertos Lounge Party and to purchase tickets, visit

Boo! Seattle


Boo! Seattle is kicking off Halloween with a music festival at Wamu Theater from Oct. 29 to Oct. 30. The festival’s lineup features big names like Kaskade, Barely Alive, Blossom, Delta Heavy and many other pro EDM producers. In addition, Boo! Seattle will also host food trucks and other vendors on site. Admission into the two-day fest is $139.  

To learn more about Boo! Seattle and to purchase tickets, visit

Adult Halloween Weekend Package


Sage Cliff Resort & Spa in Quincy is offering its guests a spooky getaway package for Halloween weekend (Friday, Oct. 29, and Saturday, Oct. 30). The package includes a complimentary scary movie night and a gift basket with Moët & Chandon Champagne to be savored on Friday night. On Saturday, visitors will enjoy a complimentary breakfast, a four-course meal (with an additional fee) and an invite to a Halloween party taking place after dinner. 

To learn more about Adult Halloween Weekend Package and to make a reservation, visit

Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour


From Thursday, Oct. 21, to Sunday, Oct. 31, the Seattle Chocolate Factory has been taken over by a troubled spirit from Peru. Make your way through the eerie factory and solve the ghost’s secret mystery, and you’ll win some sweet prizes. Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for kids ages 12 and under. 

To learn more about Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory and Tour and to purchase tickets, visit

Seattle Chocolate Haunted Tour

Spooktacular at Kids Quest Children’s Museum


With hydraulic monster mouths, bat rides, monster cookies and a spooky candy shop, the Spooktacular at Kids Quest Children’s Museum in Bellevue will be the spot to take your little pumpkins. Admission is $15, and the festivities will take place on Halloween Day. 

To purchase tickets and learn more about Spooktacular, visit

Haunted Manson


Celebrate harvest and Halloween at Lake Chelan all October long. Daytime harvest activities include mini family shoots, a corn maze, sip and shop, harvest wreath-making, a pumpkin-carving contest and barbecue at the farm. Come evening, things get spooky at the haunted house, haunted graveyard, haunted hayride and trunk-or-treat. Tickets start at $10. To learn more, visit

Fall Harvest Festival


Enjoy a day of family fun on Oct. 30 with two events in one: Pumpkins in the Park and Downtown Trick or Treating. Specially designed for children in costume, Marina Park is filled with food booths, giveaways, games, treats, a children’s costume contest and trick-or-treating in Downtown Kirkland. To learn more, visit

Semiahmoo Resort Photo credit: Saskia Potter

Semiahmoo Resort 


Enjoy family-friendly festivities during Halloween weekend, including trick-or-treating stations throughout the property, a costume contest (post a photo on Instagram with the hashtag #SemiahBOO for a chance to win a two-night stay at Semiahmoo!) and Halloween-themed movie nights. To learn more, visit

Smith Tower


Take in scenic views of the Puget Sound while sipping on Smith Tower’s festive Halloween tipples–like the glittery Rocky Horror vodka cocktail and A Clockwork Orange rum punch–and eats, including the Beetlejuice Beetlejuice Beetlejuice beet salad and Creature from the Black Lagoon black cod ceviche. To learn more, visit

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington


Visit Water’s Table or Dock & Drink for delicious spooky cocktails Halloween weekend (Oct. 29 to Oct. 31). Plus, take a selfie in your costume when you dine at either restaurant, tag and follow @waterstablewa or @dock_and_drink on Instagram to receive a free Halloween treat.

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