Check out this guide to find out the very best in cultural and artistic happenings in Seattle this spring.
Seattle is filled with a rich history and African American culture and Black History Month is the prime time to celebrate them.
If you’re already a knitting lover, but need a few places that’ll welcome your people-watching, needle-working ways, these are the best places to knit in Seattle.
Here are few of the offerings the Seattle arts and culture scene offers up this year.
“The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” is exceptional for audiences from school-aged children to adults.
Seattle has a large and rich history, and with that comes old buildings and the scary things inside of them. With Halloween creeping up, it’s time to visit the most haunted places in Seattle. From graveyards to a few surprises, this is the dark side of Seattle like you’ve never experienced it.
The holiday season is a wonderful time for the arts. Movie blockbusters from the previous summer, release just in time for the holidays, end-of-year music albums often drop, and countless events all across the city unfold in celebration of the season. Whether it be the retelling of a holiday classic like “A Christmas Carol,” or a completely new holiday story, there is always a bit of something for everyone to enjoy the holiday festivities. These are the must sees.
Check out these fantastic pieces of art that fill in almost every nook and cranny of Seattle — from beneath the bridge to museum waypoints and even to the very sidewalks themselves.
Enjoy a bit of culture with a visit to any of these great museum exhibits on display this fall in Seattle.
The Northwest is well known for its outdoor enthusiasts and strongly banded communities, and these wonderful fall festivals demonstrate what it is to be a true Washingtonian and Seattleite. So, when the time comes, head on out, and check ‘em out!