Just to keep you informed, Uranus will be at opposition on Saturday October 15 (at 11 Universal Time).
But so will the Moon: that is, it will be Full, and therefore very near to the same anti-Sun direction in the sky, only a few hours later, on Oct. 16 about 4 UT. So the seventh planet, which hovers near the limit of naked-eye visibility, will be drowned out by moonlight; the better time to search telescopically for it will be some days after opposition, when the Moon is rising later.
Part of the Uranus chart from Astronomical Calendar 2016, showing sloping lines of right ascension and declination. Uranus is brighter than the stars in this field of Pisces.