A spectacular experience with spirits is coming to Seattle this September, and its magnificent venue has finally been revealed! The spirits of Casa Vega are awaiting your arrival, and you can meet them at Capitol Hill’s beautiful DAR Rainier Chapter House (located on 800 E Roy St.) if you dare.
The Capitol Hill DAR Rainier Chapter House was built back in 1925 designed by Seattle architect Daniel Riggs. This structure is a replica of George Washington’s Mount Vernon home, and the setting is filled with history. It’s located on the northwest slope of Capitol Hill in the Harvard-Belmont Landmark District.
During the House of Spirits experience, you can freely roam the mysterious Casa Vega. Dive into a night of themed cocktails, macabre magic, tarot readings, strange roaming specters, bizarre characters, hidden secret games, giant Ouija boards and so much more!
The characters and themes of House of Spirits: Casa Vega are loosely based on real life inspirations, including Spanish painter Francisco Goya, his final days painting his famous eerie Black Paintings, as well as several other Spanish folktales and traditions throughout the centuries.
If you’re feeling brave (you’ll need more than a superhero costume) you can search the premises and interact with characters to find secret clues and hidden objects that reveal a sinister chapter in the history of the Casa Vega. Or you can the included cocktail tastings, while enjoying the live shows and indulging in decadent French truffles.
Sip some spirits with some spirits this Halloween. House of Spirits: Casa Vega kicks off on September 23.Make this Halloween a memorable one and snag tickets to this sinister soirée!