Your Complete Guide to Things To Do in Seattle During COVID-19

February 15, 2021
Soak up city views with the Space Needle's new "Drinks on Deck" outdoor experience.  (Space Needle via Facebook)

Here at EverOut, our mission is to make it easy for you to go out and have a good time in Seattle. Or at least it was, until COVID-19. We're still here letting you know about all the things you can do in Seattle, though—we've just shifted our focus to things you can do safely, while practicing social distancing, including attending virtual events and ordering takeout from local restaurants, or attending restaurants and events in-person where it's allowed. You can already find a variety of links around our site to help you stay entertained, but, if you don't know where to begin, you're in the right place. Below, we've rounded up a handy list of links to all of our pandemic-specific content.


You'll find our latest hand-picked guides to things to do and places to go in Seattle on our guides and roundups homepage.

Check out our comprehensive events calendar to dive deeper into both streaming and in-person options.

Our one-day only event listings are also here so you don't miss out on the good stuff.

Or see our in-person homepage to browse listings for events and venues open to masked visitors.


Under the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan, which went into effect January 11, 2021, King County is part of the new "Puget Sound" region, along with Pierce and Snohomish counties. As of February 1, the Puget Sound region is currently in Phase 2 of two of reopening, during which the following activities are allowed (see the full guidelines here):

  • Outdoor gatherings with up to 15 people from outside your household, limited to 2 households
  • Retail shopping, limited to 25% capacity
  • Indoor dining (25% capacity limit) and outdoor dining for tables of up to six people and no more than two households, with alcohol service to end at 11 pm
  • Visiting parks, as well as outdoor guided activities like snow sports
  • Visiting indoor entertainment establishments (such as movie theaters, museums, or concert halls), with a 25% capacity or 200-person limit, whichever is less
  • Outdoor events (at venues like gardens or concert venues) for groups of 15, limited to 2 households per group

Under those guidelines, the following venues are open for in-person visits (provided you're wearing a mask, of course!). Check out our listings for:






Luckily, there are still plenty of ways to stay entertained at home! 

Nothing good in the fridge? Try our listings for:

Tired of scrolling through Netflix? You have other entertainment choices, like:


We believe in the importance of supporting BIPOC communities wherever possible, in whatever you decide to do. To that end, don't forget to check out our guides to:


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Did we miss something? If there's a restaurant or a business not included in our listings, or a topic you think we should cover, we'd love to hear from you! Please get in touch via email