Amazing Adventures – Spooky Seattle

So, you are visiting the Emerald City to attend Crypticon Seattle. You should also check out some Amazing Adventures Seattle’s must-see spooky destinations. There’s no shortage of haunted spaces around Seattle. So, as a lover of the darker and creepier side of Fantasy and Sci-Fi, a visit to any one of these places is sure to be an amazing adventure 

Underground Tours – Seattle


Seattle Underground

Why It’s Spooky:

Ever wondered what an underground city looks like? Explore Seattle Underground to find out!

See the city of Seattle the way it once was before the Great Seattle Fire of 1889. The area is famous for paranormal activities that are thought to be the spirits of those who have died. 

How to Explore:

It’s a hands-on, lights-off experience, meaning you get to explore the underground tunnels using real, investigative equipment. Tickets for the experience sell for $33 dollars, and they’re open Fridays and Saturdays.

Location: 614 1st Avenue, in Pioneer Place Park, Pioneer Square, between Cherry and James Street

Pike Place Public Market – Seattle


Pike Place Market

Why It’s Spooky:

If you’re interested in a food trip, head on down to Pike Place Market. However, the area is also known for some pretty creepy happenings. All around the market, visitors have reported experiencing paranormal activities. These sightings have happened during normal business hours in broad daylight, and exploring the market might just give you your own paranormal experience.

How to Explore:

You can go explore the whole market to discover new food spots and go hunting for the paranormal hotspots. You can also take a ghost tour of the market here.

Location: Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101

The Cadillac Hotel – Seattle


The Cadillac Hotel

Why It’s Spooky:

The hotel is now a beautiful, restored museum building, but because of its age, spirits are said to roam around the hotel. Over the course of history, Cadillac Hotel has gone through a lot of tragedies, most notably fires and a major earthquake. One of the Hotel Cadillac’s most famous ghosts is a woman who had allegedly killed herself and her child. The cries of both the mother and the child can be heard throughout the hotel at random hours.

How to Explore:

The Cadillac Hotel is now home to the Klondike Gold Rush and is open Friday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.The hotel is also part of the Seattle Terrors tour, which is an hour-long tour. You can check it out here.

Location: 319 2nd Avenue South, Seattle, WA, USA

The Canterbury Ale House – Seattle


Canterbury Ale House

Why It’s Spooky:

Patrons have spotted the ghost of a murdered man in mirrors around the Ale House. The man was apparently shot and killed during one fateful night.The Canterbury Ale House is also conveniently located between the hospital and graveyard, giving it that extra spookiness factor.

How to Explore:

You can visit the Ale House by heading to 15th Avenue East in Seattle.

Owl N’ Thistle – Seattle


The Owl N’ Thistle

Why It’s Spooky:

The building has changed owners many times, and this is what led people to believe that it was haunted. It was built right on top of Seattle’s underground tunnels, which adds to its spooky factor. People working at the pub have heard the sound of a piano playing when no one is around. It is said to be played by a ghost.

How to Explore:

The pub is also part of the Seattle Terrors tour. You can check it out here.

Location: 808 Post Ave, Seattle, WA

Get your fill of all things spooky by visiting these haunted spots around Seattle. Who knows– you may even be able to tell a few ghost stories of your own after your trip!

Looking for more Washington must see and must do adventures? Check out my blog post A Stands for Amazing Travel Adventures – Washington. Explore and discover Olympic National Park. Evergreen Point Floating Bridge. Fremont Bridge Troll and so much more.

Until Next Time,

Erin at Wonder Lesch


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