Best Places To Trick Or Treat In Seattle

Dated: 10/28/2013

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According to a recent survey, Seattle is the nation's fifth-best city for trick-or-treating on Halloween. The city's Loyal Heights neighborhood in Ballard tops the list. The survey determined the best neighborhoods by using four variables, including its housing values index, a neighborhood's walkability, population density and local crime rate. If you want to find more areas like this one, conduct a custom neighborhood search: – walkability is even a criterion.  Team Troy has also compiled the top greater Seattle Trick or Treat Destinations below. Happy Halloween!

Northgate Mall: Northgate is all about the tricks and treats! Head to the mall on October 31 for trick-or-treating in Ben Bridge Court! (4pm-8pm)
Bellevue Crossroads Mall: Trick or treat at Crossroads Mall-o-ween October 31 from 5pm-8pm! Stop by Wiggleworks for silly, spooky fun and get photos in a professional photo booth!
Bellevue Square: Little ghouls and goblins are free to roam The Bellevue Collection in search of tricks and treats. Beware of balloon-tying clowns, a hands-on Mad Scientist booth, a performance by Brian Vogan and more! October 31 from 5pm-7pm.
Redmond Town Center: Trick-or-treat at participating shops during Redmond Town Center’s
Howl-o-ween! October 31 from 4pm-7pm.
Downtown Kirkland Trick-or-Treat: Trick-or-treat in Downtown Kirkland and Parkplace on October 31 from 3pm-7pm.
Factoria Mall: Trick or treat to the tunes of Radio Disney at the Market place at Factoria! October 31 3:30-5:30pm.
University Village: University Village celebrates Halloween for trick-or-treaters age 11 and under on October 31 from 4pm-6pm.
Country Village Shops: Ghouls, ghosts, witches and…roosters? Oh my! Bring the whole famliy down to trick-or-treat the Country Village Shops. October 31 from 4pm-6pm.
Gilman Village: Plenty of tricks and treats going on at Gilman Village on October 31 from 4pm-6pm!
EMP Museum Monsterfest: Movies “Hotel Transylvania,” 2 p.m.; “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” 3:30 p.m.; trick or treating, arts and crafts, face painting, “Monster Mash” dance contests, games. October 31 from 4pm-8pm.
Wallingford: Business along 45th in Wallingford, from Stone Way to I-5 are teaming up to provide a fun & spooky Halloween for Wallingford neighbors & families! On 10/31, from 4PM – 7PM on visit your neighborhood stores and businesses for Trick or Treat! Participating businesses will post an orange sign to let you know how late they will be handing out treats. At Wallingford Center, bring non-perishable food items to donate for their annual Fall Food Drive – your contribution is appreciated!
Capitol Hill – Hilloween: Celebrate Halloween on the Hill (Cal Anderson Park)- along with musical performances from Caspar Babypants and Recess Monkey, a costume parade and carnival games for the kids! And of course- trick-or-treating on Broadway Ave. October 26 (activities from noon-3:30pm; trick-or-treating from 3:30-6pm).
West Seattle Harvest Festival & Trick-or-Treating: Trick-or-treat in the West Seattle Junction, take part in the kid’s costume parade at (11:30am) and enjoy lots of harvest activities and projects! October 27 from 10am-2pm.
Phinney Ridge / Greenwood: Hunger Goblin Trick or Treat: Little trick-or-treaters will love the monster mash dance party, cider press, children’s party with crafts, games, pumpkin decorating and costume prizes! While you’re trick-or-treating for candy, donate a can of food for the Greenwood Food Bank at various donation stations along Phinney and Greenwood Avenues, and get a sticker! October 26 from noon-3pm.
Wedgewood Trick-or-Treat: The 2013 Wedgwood Business Trick-or-Treat is on Thursday, October 31 from 4-6pm at local businesses along NE 35th Street. Start at the Wedgwood Barber Shop at 7507 35th Ave NE.
Fremont Trick or Treat: Treats for kiddos in costume at 100 local businesses on October 31 from 3-6 p.m.
Ballard Trick-or-Treat: Trick-or-treat in downtown Ballard on October 31 from 4pm-6pm!
Leschi Trick or Treat Spooktacular: Trick or treat, kids’ activities start at 4pm on October 31. Leschi Business Merchants, Lakeside Ave. Grab a map of participating participating businesses at Leschi Market. 
Costume Carnival at the Children’s Museum: Don your costumes on October 31 (4pm-8pm) and head to the Seattle Children’s Museum for Halloween fun! Trick-or-treating, un-scary haunted mountain, silly spooky story times and a “Where in the World is Dracula?” scavenger hunt.
Spooktacular Haunted Party at WiggleWorks: Your wee monsters will love the treats, arts and crafts, ghost bowling and a witch hat ring toss at WiggleWorks. October 31 from 3pm-6pm.

Cupcake Royale DIY Halloween Cupcake Decorating Party: Frost and decorate your very own Halloween cupcake with the help of the Cupcake Royale pros! Be sure to come in costume and pick up your free babycake card and a $2 off coupon during the party. Queen Anne Store (Oct 30 from 3:30-5pm) ;Bellevue Store (Oct 30 from 4:30-6pm)

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