7 Fun Fall Events in Seattle, WA
Fall is the season for furnace tune-ups and HVAC winterization, but it’s also the season of beautiful changing leaves, cheerful pumpkins, and tasty hot drinks.
We love spending the fall season in Seattle, so we decided to celebrate! Here are 7 fun fall events in Seattle, WA from our team at Blue Flame.
Brave the haunted morgue.
The Georgetown Morgue has “a history of thousands of funeral preparations, cremations, and the processing of animal carcasses.” Now it’s a haunted house for guests to visit… if they dare! The morgue is open September 27 – November 2, 2019. Tickets start at $15.
Feast at Pike’s Place market.
On October 1, you can sample food from 20+ participating restaurants in a self-guided tour at Pike’s Place Market. This annual event is a fundraiser benefiting Neighborcare Health, and last year successfully raised $45,000. Tickets are $95.
Sip some brews at the zoo.
Raise money for conservation efforts while you drink delicious craft beers from more than 60 local breweries. You can stroll around the Woodland Park Zoo at their Brew at the Zoo event on October 3. Tickets start at $36.
Sip on pumpkin spice with a twist.
Throw out your lattes and grab a pint at the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival. According to Elysian Brewing, “pumpkin royalty will be crowned, 80+ pumpkin beers will be poured, and a giant pumpkin will be sacrificed.” The event is October 4 – 5, and tickets start at $30.
Eat from ALL the food trucks.
Have you ever imagined yourself eating from as many food trucks as humanly possible? Now, you can make that dream a reality. Snack from 25+ trucks at Trucktoberfest 2019 on October 5. Admission is free, and food options are unlimited.
Build something with Legos.
Whether your kids play with Legos every day or you haven’t stacked Legos together since childhood, you’ll still enjoy Brick Con. Check out thousands of elaborate Lego displays from artists around the world October 5 – 6, 2019. Ticket prices vary depending what time you visit the convention, so check out the website for more details.
Celebrate nature in the Japanese Gardens.
The annual Maple Festival at the Seattle Japanese Garden lasts from October 4 – 13, 2019. You can enjoy the beautiful leaves, create themed crafts, watch cultural performances, and participate in a tea ceremony. Since the festival lasts for so many days, use this calendar to figure out when you want to attend.
We hope you have a blast at these fun fall events in Seattle!
Enjoy the beautiful weather to the fullest! And as the air turns colder, don’t forget to schedule maintenance for your HVAC system to keep it running smoothly through the whole winter. If you need any furnace maintenance or repairs, give our team a call today!
At Blue Flame, we are committed to an exceptional and eco-friendly experience every time you use our heating, air conditioning, and electrical services. Call us at (206) 388-5667 and speak to a member of our team.