10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend (September 24-26)

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Somehow we arrived on the last full weekend of September. What should we do? Have fun of course! There are tons of things to discover between outdoor activities, shopping, and seeing the arts. So here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Scare at Georgetown Morgue

Seattle’s most popular haunted house is back for another year of terrible personal fears. The best? It starts this weekend! So go out there and get scared or plan ahead and buy your tickets for a later date.

When: Weekends and selected additional days September 24th – November 6th
Where: 5000 East-Randweg South
Costs: $ 30 GA, $ 30 Self-Guided Tour

Visit a ghost town

Why not start the spooky season with a visit from some ghosts? So ghost towns. Washington happens to have a lot of these and they are not far from the city. So get ready for adventure and be a little scared because we’ve put together a list of the best of the best.

Where: Click above to see our selection.

Take an autumn hike

Would you like to go outside? Consider taking a hike near Seattle this weekend. We have compiled a list of some of our favorite places for hiking and breathtaking fall views. Best of all, the spots are within an hour or two of Seattle.

Where: Click above to see our selection

Visit Macklemore’s Pop-up

If you’re looking to shop this weekend, you can also check out Macklemore’s new pop-up on Capitol Hill. You can find his brand Bogey Boys as well as a vintage marketplace called Goose Magees. So shop till you drop!

Where: 1523 10th avenue
Hours: Daily 11 am-7pm

Washington State Fair

The only Washington State Fair is back this year and has plenty to do and see. As in previous years, you can enjoy rides, farm animals and all kinds of delicious food. Plus, you can hear concerts from musicians like Carrie Underwood, Salt-N-Peppa, Sublime, and more.

When: until September 26th
Where: 110 9th Avenue SW, Puyallup, WA
Costs: $ 13 +

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Dawn Cerny: The things

This exhibition by Dawn Cerny refers to the novel by the French author Georges Perec from 1965 and deals with the longing for material and immaterial objects. The sculptures in the exhibition embody mindscapes and you will see many everyday objects that you recognize. We definitely recommend trying it out.

When: Until September 26th
Where: 1300 First Avenue
Costs: $ 20-30 $

Pike Place Express Market South Lake Union

Did you know that the Pike Place Market has an express market? Doesn’t seem like a lot of people do! Located in South Lake Union, it’s back for a limited time and definitely worth a visit. Get fresh produce, flower products, and more from local vendors once a week.

When: Until September 30th
Where: 410 Terry Avenue N.
Costs: Varies

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection

This art collection celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from 1595 to the present day. You can see masterful paintings, sculptures, photographs, rare books, letters, manuscripts, and more that offer a comprehensive glimpse into the African American experience.

When: Until November 28th
Where: 1701 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, Washington
Costs: $ 18

New acquisitions in contemporary art

Do you love the fry? Well, your collection is growing! You can view 7 current artworks by Juventino Aranda, Rokni Haerizadeh, Rose Nestler, Mary Ann Peters, Cauleen Smith, Anthony White and Ko Kirk Yamahira. All of these works were acquired by the museum in 2019 and are now on display together.

When: Until January 11th
Where: 704 Terry Avenue
Costs: For free

Take an autumn hike

Would you like to go outside? Consider taking a hike near Seattle this weekend. We have compiled a list of some of our favorite spots for hiking and breathtaking fall views. Best of all, the spots are within an hour or two of Seattle.

Where: Click above to see our selection

Now go out and have fun! We hope you all have a nice first autumn weekend and we will pick you up here next week. Have fun guys!

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