Halloween is just around the corner, and if you didn’t do enough trick-or-treating this past weekend, there’s still time to don your spookiest, silliest, craftiest get-ups and get out there for some more!
Zillow recently rated Seattle as #4 in their list of 20 Best Cities to Trick-or-Treat! Each year Zillow comprises the list, based on the least amount of walking, the greatest safety and, most importantly, the most candy.
But if neighborhood trick-or-treating isn’t on the agenda this year, then check out some of these great alternatives. Most trick-or-treating venues are for kids 12 and under, most are free, and all take place on Wednesday, October 31.
Country Village Trick-or-Treat (Bothell)
Tiny ghouls and goblins will be roaming the Village this Halloween! Trick-or-treating, face painting and Halloween crafts.
Fox Hollow Farm Halloween Carnival (Issaquah)
This popular farm is all dressed up for Halloween and ready for trick-or-treaters! Halloween crafts, pony and train rides, hay-bale maze, face painting, fun inflatables and lots of animals! Ample indoor space in case it rains.
$5 for adults, $10 for kids ages 1-17 **cash only
$1 for games & activities
Bellevue Square Trick-or-Treat (Bellevue)
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Kiddos can enjoy a dry and not-too-scary Halloween at Bellevue Square. Trick-or-treating, balloon animals, Mad Science photo booth, live performances by Brian Vogan.
Trick-or-treaters will haunt downtown Kirkland and Parkplace in search of treats! Look for this jack-o-lantern in the shop windows and collect your goodies!
Downtown Kirkland 2pm-5pm
Redmond Town Center Trick-or-Treat (Redmond)
Trick-or-treating throughout this open-air shopping mall.
Trick or Treat at Northgate Mall (Seattle)
Scour the Halloween-themed mall for trick-or-treats. Stop by Sees Candies for an extra little goody.
University Village Trick-or-Treat (Seattle)
This open-air shopping mecca will be hosting trick-or-treating for the little ones. Don’t forget to check out the covered kids play area.
Westfield Southcenter Trick-or-Treat (South Seattle)
More fun (and dry) trick-or-treating throughout a “spooky” mall.
Lake Forest Park Town Center Trick-or-Treat (Lake Forest Park)
Trick-or-treating, face painting, crafts and live performance by Eli Rosenblatt.