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Snohomish County's largest city and seat of county government, Everett sits on the shores of Port Gardner Bay, gazing at the majestic Olympic Mountain range and the Puget Sound. Everett was established in 1891 when John D. Rockefeller and other Eastern developers met to plan their "New York City" of the West. Today, many historic buildings line streets which are named for its early developers, Rockefeller, Wetmore, Colby, and Hewitt.

Everett still retains many treasures from its colorful past including the restored Monte Cristo Hotel at the corner of Hoyt and Wall streets. The Monte Cristo provides excellent meeting and conference facilities, but may be best known for the spectacular collection of Pilchuck Glass on permanent display in its beautiful, ornate lobby.  The new Schack Art Center on Hoyt Avenue includes a gallery featuring up to 35 local artists, a hot and cold shop for glass art, a kiln forming studio, and a multifunctional space for printmaking, silversmithing, painting, drawing, and mixed media classes.  Visitors are welcome to watch glassblowing artists work from a free viewing area, shop the gallery store, or take a half- or full-day class like ‘Beginning Encaustics,’ beginning to advanced felting, and ‘Fused Glass Jewelry.’

Everett has much in the way of family entertainment including over 30 city parks as well as golf, tennis, swimming, hiking and beachcombing. Downtown is bustling with unique shops, many located in colorful historical buildings, and the nearby Everett Mall offers 150 stores, a food court and exhibitor shows all year-round.

The Everett waterfront is home to the second largest marina on the West Coast. You'll also find an authentic 1890s marina marketplace which includes a 4-star waterfront hotel, fine restaurants, and nearby, you'll discover a new micro-brewery and pub as well as a seasonal Farmers Market. The Everett Naval Station, also located near the marina, has become home port for thousands of U.S. Navy personnel and their families who have also been relocated to the area.

The Boeing 747, 767,777 and 787 Dreamliner are constructed at the world's largest building in Everett. Visit the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour and see the assembly of the biggest commercial airplanes. The one and a half tour includes a video about Boeing, a visit inside the factory building to watch airplane assembly, and a drive along the flight line where completed 747, 767, 777, and 787's are tested. The Future of Flight & Boeing Tour opens daily at 8:30 a.m. and closes at 5:30 p.m. year-round, except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. We will close at 1:30pm on Monday, Christmas Eve and Monday, New Year's Eve; the last Boeing Tour will be at noon. Closed January 1st for New Year's Day. Boeing Tours are offered on the hour beginning at 9:00 a.m. with the last tour time at 3:00 p.m.  Additional tour times may be added during high season. Actual tour times available can be found when making reservations online or by calling the reservation center at 1-800-464-1476.

The Angel of the Winds Arena, a $71.5 million multi-purpose complex, was developed by the Everett Public Facilities District. The 10,000 capacity venue, hosts a myriad of events including concerts, rodeos, trade shows, ice skating and family shows such as Disney On Ice, Harlem Globetrotters, Sesame Street Live, and many others. The Angel of the Winds Arena is also home to the Western Hockey League franchise, the Everett Silvertips, and the Washington Stealth of the professional National Lacrosse League. The venue accommodates other sporting events such as basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and gymnastics and has hosted international competitions such as Skate America.

The Angel of the Winds Community Ice Rink welcomes all ice sports including hockey (recreational, lessons, leagues), figure skating, speed skating, synchronized skating and public skating.

The Edward D Hansen Conference Center includes an 11,000 square foot ballroom space entirely configurable for any event need, and several associated breakout spaces.

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City of Everett
2930 Wetmore, Everett ..........425-257-8700

Everett Community College
2000 Tower Street, Everett..........425-388-9100

Everett School District #2
3900 Broadway, Everett ..........425-385-4000

Downtown Everett Association ..........425-258-0700

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Herald Newspaper
Grand & California, Everett ..........425-339-3000

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