Things to Do in Seattle

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Cool weather is finally here, and you’re ready to get out and about in beautiful Seattle… but what things are there to do in Seattle fall 2021? Look no further, because we’ve come up with a list of great fall activities for you, from music festivals to spooky zoo tours all through September, October and November!

September

Kitsap Color Classic

kitsap color classic

If you’re looking for a fun and active event in the Seattle area this fall, look no further than the Tour the Kitsap Peninsula bike ride. This September Seattle area event takes riders on a colorful tour of a beautiful autumn landscape. Choose from a 25, 39 or 57-mile ride along the Puget Sound. Registration fees go towards bike education and safety programs in the area.

When: 9/26/2021
Where: Kitsap Peninsula
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October

Zoo Boo

Dress your kids up for this fall-themed weekend at the Point Defiance Zoo and watch the animals design their own jack-o-lanterns! Have fun at several different stations set up, including Pumpkin Weight Guess and Weird & Wacky Smells. New this October is a community sculpture contest!

When:10/16-10/17/2021 – 9:30 am to 3:30pm
Where: Point Defiance Zoo
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November

Seattle Turkey Trot
What better way to start off Thanksgiving Day than be running or walking a 5k? The 11th annual Seattle Turkey Trot takes racers through the scenic neighborhood of Sunset Hill and finishes in Golden Gardens Park. Even better, all proceeds help the Ballard Food Bank.

When: 11/25/2021
Where: 
Sunset Hill Neighborhood, Ballard
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Earshot Jazz Festival
Music lovers have been delighting in the Earshot Jazz Festival every November in Seattle for almost 30 years. Jazz masters from around the globe, as well as local student musicians, come together to entertain and celebrate.

When: 10/13/2021-11/7/20221
Where: 
Seattle
Fee: 
Varies
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