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A walkable waterfront town on the shores of Puget Sound, Edmonds is celebrated as an arts community offering galleries, sandy beaches and stunning views, boutiques, bird watching, cafes, historic downtown, colorful flowers, fabulous festivals and events, spring and summer market, underwater dive park, performing arts center, international film festival, and award winning marina.
Vibrant flowers color the streets, a hallmark of this charming, artistic town, which has frequently been named the friendliest town in western Washington. Minutes north of Seattle. VisitEdmonds.com to view the City’s Visitor’s Guide or call 1-877-286-8066 for more information.
Ticket Agent Available
Quik-Trak Ticket Machine available on site
Parking: Paid short-term, long-term, and overnight parking available in a lot located near the station
Enjoy amazing panoramic views of the Olympics, Puget Sound, and the coastline. Look for great blue herons, encounter interesting finds in the sand at low tide, and watch the rhythmic life of ferry-goers as the vessels load and unload. Take time to explore the park. Watch as divers prepare to enter the 27-acre underwater dive park, which boasts reefs and wrecks teeming with sea life. www.snohomish.org/explore/detail/edmonds-underwater-park
Explore the freshwater wetlands and 23 acres of saltwater marsh. More than 200 species of birds are sighted here. The best vantage points are marsh boardwalk, and at waterfront, fishing piers, and beach north to ferry terminal.
See the majesty and beauty of orcas, as well as humpback, fin and minke whales! Ride the Chilkat, a high speed foilcat, at speeds over 40 mph to the San Juan Islands. This is the fastest whale-watching boat in the Northwest.
Edmonds enjoys one of the most popular collections of murals of the Pacific Northwest! The murals celebrate the beauty, history and people of Edmonds throughout the city. As you weave between and among the murals, be sure to stop in some of Edmonds' specialty shops while exploring the downtown area.www.snohomish.org/content/uploads/general_content/Edmonds_Mural_Tour.pdf
Explore Edmonds' specialty shops and local eateries while exploring the vibrant downtown area. On the third Thursday of each month, local artists exhibit their original works at convenient downtown merchant locations as part of the Edmonds Art Walk.www.snohomish.org/about/edmonds
This is the first museum dedicated to NW art from the late 19th century through the 1960s, defined by the waters that flow from the Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. With six galleries, a multi-purpose education room, gift shop, and event space, the 11,000 square foot museum is part of the adaptive re-use of one of Edmonds' most iconic, mid-Modern century buildings.www.snohomish.org/explore/detail/cascadia-art-museum
Housed in the 1910 Carnegie Library Building, the museum includes displays detailing the history of Edmonds and interpreting the many changes that have taken place, from the age of exploration and discovery, through the founding and growth of the city, and up to the 1950s when the last mill closed.www.snohomish.org/explore/detail/edmonds-south-snohomish-county-historical-society-museum
The facility is a grand performance hall that showcases the talents of artists, productions, and films from around the world.
This community theatre group creates high-quality, locally produced, and affordable live entertainment.www.snohomish.org/explore/detail/driftwood-players
The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau is the designated, year-round, tourism and convention marketing and sales organization contracted by Snohomish County to promote the area as a desirable destination for visitors and meeting planners. The Bureau produces a number of promotional brochures and materials.www.snohomish.org
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