Here’s our indoor trick or treating guide for Tacoma, Pierce County, South King, and Olympia
You’ve probably heard it’s supposed to rain on Wednesday. If you’re looking for indoor trick or treating around Tacoma, Pierce County, South King County, or Olympia, you’re in luck!
Options are organized by geographical location from north to south.
Note that I tried hard to stick to indoor options here. For trunk or treat events, community business district trick or treating, and other fun that might be worth getting just a little wet for, see our complete list that I’ve linked to at the bottom of this post! Most of these listings are trick or treating events, but a few are festivals/carnivals that looked like good indoor alternatives.
Disclaimer alert: We strive for 100% accuracy, but we have also provided links so you can verify details before you head out. Thanks for doing that!
UPDATED FOR 2018!
South King County
Looking for a place to go on Halloween? NW Church invites you to join us for our Avengers themed Harvest Festival! This FREE, all ages event includes game booths, face painting, Roberto the Magnificent, live music, Lego Lounge, food trucks (food for purchase), Lego Build-off contest, teen video game tourney and over 100,000 pieces of candy to give away! Wear your best costume and come ready to have a blast!
For more info and to pre-register for the Lego Build-off visit their website nwcfoursquare.org/harvestfest.
5-7PM for children 12 and under. No masks or weapons, please!
Check in near Spirit Halloween for your treat bag and map! Trick or treat between 4-6PM while supplies last
Greater Pierce County -Puyallup/Sumner/Bonney Lake/Fife
Mark your calendars! The Great Gospel Pumpkin Fall Fest is at 6:00pm-8:30pm on Thursday, October 31. This fun, family event is free and open to all ages but geared to preschool through elementary ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Costumes are welcome but please no masks or scary costumes. Invite your friends and neighbors!
Doors open at 6:00pm for a variety of family activities. Our main floor in Building 1 will feature a round of fantastically fun fall make-and-take projects with carnival games downstairs. Building 2 will have bouncy blow-up fun!
Our indoor venue means you won’t be cold or wet, and our carnival games ensure a payload of candy. See you there!
Tricks, treats and treasures await your whole family at the annual Fife Police Department Halloween Carnival. Free flashlights, goody bags and more for every little pumpkin.
- Free admission with one can of non-perishable food.
- Date: October 31st
- Time: 5 to 7 p.m.
- Cost: 1 non-perishable food item to be donated
- Location: Columbia Junior High (2901 54th Avenue E)
Coming up on October 31st, is the annual Cobweb Carnival event! This is a fun and safe event for kids and families to come together to enjoy community, games and a whole lot of candy! Three locations!
Fall Festival at Silver Creek Retirement and Assisted Living and Brookdale
Bring the little ones to the Conservatory for some boo-tanical activities including crafts, games and treats! $3 suggested donation Note from SFM: This is a great option if your primary goal is a good photo op. It’s warm and lovely.
Tacoma Lutheran invites community children to trick or treat.
Trick – Or – Treat at Capital Mall this year.
Kids 12 and under are invited for safe and dry Trick-or-Treating at participating mall retailers (while supplies last).
Once you’ve collected all that candy, you may want to check out our list of candy buy back locations! We’ll have that up soon!