Seattle November 2023

Seattle November 2023 Events

Seattle November 2023 Events

See Seattle in November

Average temperature low and high: 43°- 51°
Seattle is a beautiful city any time of year, but once the leaves turn from shades of greens to those of red and gold? That's special, especially for a city that values nature as much as Seattle. Argosy Cruises allows travels to see the city in all its autumn splendor.

November Event Calendar

Seattle International Comedy Competition

Seattle International Comedy Competition

Looking for an opportunity to get some good laughs in during your visit to Seattle? The Seattle International Comedy Festival will have plenty of options. As America's biggest touring comedy festival, it will feature 32 comedians from the US, Canada, the UK, and Japan, competing over 26 days, across 18 venues, in 18 different shows. The full schedule with options for you to choose from along with tickets can be found online

Northwest Chocolate Festival

Northwest Chocolate Festival

Chocolate enthusiasts rejoice, for there's the Northwest Chocolate Festival in Seattle to cater to your cravings. On Saturday from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, expect to learn about chocolate processes in other countries, how certain types of chocolate treats are made, and the interesting history behind this global favorite. Bonus: you'll also get the opportunity to taste raw cacao pod fruit. It's the perfect two-day event for those who want a behind-the-scenes look at the chocolate industry, so grab your tickets here, which start at $14.

Holiday Gift and Food Fair

Holiday Gift and Food Fair

With the holidays right around the corner, now's the perfect time to browse through handcrafted items and artwork for your loved ones at the Holiday Gift & Food Fair in Bremerton. Over 180 booths may be available for a wide selection of jewelry, handbags, pottery, paintings, photographs, and a whole lot more. So come on down from Friday through Sunday starting at 10:00 AM to mingle with artists, food exhibitors, and fellow Christmas shoppers for a day of holiday cheer. The event lasts until 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM depending on which day you choose. Tickets, which start at $6.00, can be purchased here, and are good for all three days of the fair.

Snowflake Lane

Snowflake Lane

Experience the magic of the holidays in Bellevue, Washington, where the Snowflake Lane parade will commence daily at 7:00 PM from November 25th to December 24th. Watch as characters, performers, dancers, drummers, (and maybe even Santa Claus) envelope Bellevue Way with vibrant lights and joyous music. Free parking garages are available for your convenience, but be sure to get there early so you can secure a sidewalk spot for viewing. The parade is free for all and more details can be found here.

International Auto Show

International Auto Show

Car lovers, this is an event that you won't want to miss. At the annual Seattle International Auto Show, you'll be able to learn about future car trends and technologies and browse some of the newest and coolest models of various sedans, crossovers, larger SUVs, pickup trucks, performance cars, electric cars, exotics, and more. No matter if you're on the hunt for a new ride or simply a car enthusiast, this is a must-attend event. Tickets will be available online.

WildLanterns

WildLanterns

Visit the Woodland Park Zoo to see large-scale animal lanterns at the WildLanterns event. Walk through a shark mouth, stand next to a mammoth, or view any of your favorite animals, all created in light, and take amazing photos for your Instagram.

Seattle Events in November

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Things to do in Seattle

Things to Do in Seattle in November

Argosy Cruises

Argosy Cruises
Argosy Cruises offer several different cruises on Puget Sound and nearby Lake Washington. From a quick ferry to Blake Island to an hour-long site seeing tour of Seattle’s waterfront, you can see the sights of Seattle from the comfort of one of Argosy’s boats.

The Shambles

The Shambles
A bar, restaurant, and butcher shop all in one, The Shambles is a local favorite that offers a wide array of dishes, from candied nuts for a snack to large plates for hungrier folks. The beer and wine lists are extensive, and they also have a list of cocktails created by the establishment for your drinking pleasure.