Shop & Stay Weekend Getaway – Bellevue Collection

‌Plan a Halloween weekend getaway to the place where exceptional shopping, restaurants and luxurious hotels all connect – The Bellevue Collection. It’s the Pacific Northwest’s premier collection of stores, entertainment, restaurants, and nightlife, all in one place. Receive a $100 Bellevue Collection Gift Card each night you stay when you book at one of three on-site hotels.

Halloween Spooktacular – KidsQuest Bellevue

Beasts and Bats are brewing this Halloween as we build hydraulic monster mouths, take flight with bat wings, munch on monster cookies, and shop our Monster Mercantile for a terrifying take-home. Don your best costume and join us for our annual Spooktacular event as we squeal with frightful delight in this day of spooky kooky fun. All ages welcome.

Kids Quest

Kids Halloween

BAM-O-WEEN – Bellevue Arts Museum

Calling all ghosts, superheroes, and magical creatures! Bring the whole family for an art adventure and show off your costumes at our Halloween bash. Costumes are encouraged. All are welcome, activities best suited for kids ages 4–10.This year's activities will be spread out through the Bellevue Arts Museum.

Forum Social House – Lincoln Square Bellevue

Enjoy grown-up weekend Halloween fun at Forum Social House. Including the Rockwell sound lounge, unique Par 1 indoor miniature golf course, Top Golf swing suites, happy hour specials. DANCE FLOOR IS OPEN! A state-of-the-art sound system, LED panels and top tier DJs are just the tip of the iceberg when spending an evening complete with sparkler presentations and champagne showers.

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Halloween Train

Halloween Train Snoqualmie Valley

This excursion is operating on Saturdays and Sundays, October 16-17, 23-24 and 30-31, 2021. Join us in costumes for a two-hour fall decorated train excursion. Enjoy the changing colors on a fall train ride through the scenic upper Snoqualmie Valley! Begin your 2-hour, round trip experience when you climb aboard historic passenger cars and journey west to the top of Snoqualmie Falls, pausing at the crest for a view of the lower river valley.