Looking for a Halloween store in Seattle?
You’re in luck! Seattle loves all things strange and unusual (just look at the Fremont Troll). There’s lots of stores in the area that sell Halloween decor and other spooky items, so we rounded up the best of the best in this article. If you’re looking specifically for Halloween costume stores in Seattle see this list! And if you’re in need of costume ideas, we can help with these Seattle-themed Halloween costume ideas. Now, without any further ado…
Here are the very best Halloween stores in Seattle:
1. The Alabaster Owl, Pike Place Market
If you’re looking specifically for witchcraft and wizardry supplies, head to Diagon Alley Post Alley at Pike Place Market to do your shopping at The Alabaster Owl. Inspired by Harry Potter but catering to a more sophisticated, grown-up taste, this magical shop is full of everything from whimsical home decor to cocktail ingredients packaged in potion jars.
Address: 1532 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101
2. Champion Party Supply, Interbay
Here you’ll find tons of Halloween decor, tableware, favors, and props as well as costume supplies. If you need a one-stop shop for party decor plus a trending Halloween costume such as Barbie, this is where you should go.
Address: 1461 Elliott Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119
3. Archie McPhee, Wallingford
Archie McPhee is possibly Seattle’s most fun store year-round, but it also comes in handy for Halloween. You’ll find all kinds of funny and impractical items here, from truly strange candy to glow-in-the-dark alien hands.
Address: 1300 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
4. Ballyhoo Curiosity Shop, Ballard
If you’re looking for Halloween decor or props that straddle the line between sophisticated and creepy, this is the place for you. This Ballard shop stocks animal skulls, unique jewelry, and possibly haunted antiques.
Address: 5445 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
5. Gargoyles Statuary, U District
This goth gift shop in the U District is stocked to the brim with candles, incense, spooky art, ritual supplies, and of course lots of gargoyles. You can even make an appointment to get custom vampire fangs made for you.
Address: 4550 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
6. Orange Dracula, Pike Place Market
Dubbed the “Woolworths for weirdos,” Orange Dracula is a year-round Halloween store located in the bowels of Pike Place Market. You can shop for Halloween decorations, hair dye, tarot cards, and more. Their vintage photo booth is a lot of fun too.
Address: 1501 Pike Pl #319, Seattle, WA 98101