5 Things To Do This November in Seattle

Autumn is in full swing. The days are shorter and the nights are colder, but Seattle is still bright with activities. Check out our list of things to do this November.

Northwest Chocolate Festival: November 5th & 6th

Chocolate lovers unite for this two day chocolate festival in Downtown Seattle Waterfront at Bell Harbor Pier 66. The Northwest Chocolate Festival welcomes you to the largest gathering of chocolate artisans in the world. Enjoy pure bliss as you sample hand made truffles, bon bons, molten chocolate cakes, and more. Delight the senses and get your taste buds ready as you encounter a variety of exhibitors. Be sure to check out the seminars as well! This event is on Saturday, November 5th from 11am – 5pm and Sunday, November 6th, from 11am – 4pm. Adult main entry tickets start at $30.

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Best of the Northwest Fall Show: November 11th-13th

Begin your holiday shopping early, or get something uniquely handcrafted for yourself, at this premier craft and art show in Magnuson Park. The Best of the Northwest Fall Show kicks off with a Grand Preview Gala on Friday at 3pm, where patrons with tickets are the first to see and acquire from their favorite artists. With your Gala ticket, you will receive a glass of wine or wine tasting from Martedi Cellars, free appetizers, and a ticket for prize drawings. The following two days the show will be open Saturday from 10am – 6pm, and Sunday from 10am – 5pm. Enjoy seeing beautiful artwork from over 118 talented artists displayed in a historic airplane hanger.

Photo via: Northwest Art Alliance  

Aerial Americana: November 18th & 19th

Catch a dazzling and thrilling show put on by local trapeze artists and the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra. Emerald City Trapeze Arts presents Aerial Americana, a celebration of trapeze artists and musicians. Perfect entertainment for all ages. Bar available with beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks. Friday November 18th from 8-9:30pm, Saturday November 19th from 2-2:30pm and 8-9:30pm.

Photo via: Emerald City Trapeze

Woodinville Turkey Trot: November 24th

Join in the fun with friends and family this Thanksgiving for the Woodinville Turkey Trot. The 5k run will take place along the scenic Sammamish River Trail, and there will be a few different events taking place throughout the morning. Don’t miss the kids parade led by the Woodinville HS Marching Band! The event begins at 8am with packet pick-up and ends at around 11 AM (whenever the last runner finishes).

Photo via: Turkey Trot 2021

Magic in the Market: November 26th

Come one and all to the beginning of the holiday season at the 27th annual Magic in the Market at Pike Place Market from 11am – 5:30pm. A memorable experience for the whole family. Spend the day strolling through the market while sipping some eggnog, shop for loved ones, meet Santa, and listen to carolers. Don’t forget to view the famous Market Lighting Ceremony at 5pm.

Photo via: Pike Place Market