Whether you’re a tiny-home enthusiast or a multigenerational-living inquisitor, there will be something for you at the oldest and largest home show in the U.S.: the Seattle Home & Garden Show.
The event, set to run from Feb. 25-March 5 at the Lumen Field Event Center, will feature the Northwest's latest backyard-cottage innovations, from a full off-grid solar power system to extreme-weather combatants, and much more.
“The Seattle Home & Garden Show is a one-stop shopping opportunity for home improvement,” Michael Kalian, executive director of the Seattle Home & Garden Show, said. “The public can meet with leading building and design professionals in the region, as well as comparison shop no matter the size of their project — all in a single location.”
Other features at this year’s Seattle Home & Garden Show include, according to a release:
- LANFest, an onsite computer gaming event for gamers of all ages
- A 20 X 80-square-foot game room exhibit featuring the latest in game-room equipment
- Swim/Bike/Run for Habitat, an onsite fundraiser for affordable housing with proceeds donated to Habitat for Humanity (the public is invited to sign up to compete)
- Art and antiques appraisals by antiques appraiser Dr. Lori (Feb. 25-26)
- Daily “Meet the Experts” seminars on exterior and interior home improvement
Tickets and parking information can be found here.