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Seattle’s 2023 Home & Garden Show returns for nine-day run starting February 25

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Hundreds of exhibits, including a showcase of tiny homes, plus dozens of informative seminars will be featured at the 2023 Seattle Home & Garden Show. The event runs from February 25 through March 5 at the Lumen Field Event Center.

Builders and remodelers will be joined by exhibitors of the latest appliances and fixtures, along with specialists in decorating and landscaping.

Tickets range in price from $3 for juniors to $15 for adults, with discounts offered to seniors (60+) and military. Purchasers of E-tickets may park for $5 at two locations. Ticket purchasers also receive a one-year subscription to Better Homes & Gardens magazine and can register to return a second day for free.

Visitors to the 2023 show will be able to tour three tiny homes, a 500 square foot home, and view a vintage 1960s camping trailer that was redone as a portable home. Elsewhere at the show, adult attendees can enjoy wine tasting.

Seattle’s family-owned home show – the Northwest’s largest consumer home show — has its fourth generation at the helm. Its inaugural show, held in the old Civic Auditorium (now the site of Marion Oliver McCaw Hall), was opened in 1939 by Eleanor Roosevelt and William Randolph Hearst.

Sponsors for the 2023 show are the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties and The Seattle Times. BECU and Aqua Quip are sponsoring the E-tickets.

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