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Situated at the I-5 and I-405 interchange, Lynnwood is one of the most centrally and conveniently located destinations in the Pacific Northwest and is the second largest city within Snohomish County. With the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains to the east and the sparkling waters of the Puget Sound to the west, we are just minutes from the busiest hub in the region. Within a 16 mile radius of Lynnwood you will find Seattle to the south, Bellevue to the east and Everett to the north.

>>Stay Here - 1,300 quality brand name hotel rooms are offered at rates 40% below Seattle and Bellevue. Free breakfasts, free parking and exceptional service are all included.

>>Play Here - No matter what your interest, whether it is food, fashion, performing and visual arts, history, wildlife or outdoor adventure, you can find it within minutes of Lynnwood.

>>Shop Here - Shopping & Dining Lynnwood is a shopper’s delight. Explore Alderwood, the region’s indoor-outdoor destination shopping and lifestyle center and visit dozens of upscale shops and boutiques. And, just around the corner from Alderwood you’ll find outlet shops of major department stores and brand name labels. Stop for a meal at one of the five restaurants on the Terraces at Alderwood, or venture out to one of the dozens of ethnic restaurants throughout the city. Waterfront dining is just 5 miles to the west.

Activities: The 30-mile Interurban Trail, which runs through Lynnwood, is a favorite for hikers, bikers, joggers and walkers. Picnic and explore one of Lynnwood’s many city parks or be at the beach or in the mountains in 20 minutes or less. The city also offers a year-round municipal golf course, a public indoor-outdoor swimming pool and Recreation Center, ice skating rink, two bowling alleys and two state-of-the-art multi-screen cinema complexes.

History & Culture: View artifacts of Lynnwood’s history, including a fully restored vintage Interurban Trolley, historic structures and a transportation museum at Heritage Park. The Visitor Information Center in the park provides maps and brochures about other regional attractions. An extensive public art collection is scattered throughout the city, and the Lynnwood Convention Center gallery showcases original Northwest art each season, and monthly exhibits by regional artists, including an annual juried show, are on display and free to the public at the Lynnwood Public Library.

Attractions: Explore the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour, Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage Collection, nature based tours, technical tours, gaming, cultural events and performing arts, Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, guided nature walks, beaches, mountains and more, all within easy driving distance.

>>Meet Here - Whether you are looking for a place to host your next convention, business meeting, or wedding reception, Lynnwood is host to 56,000 sf of state-of-the-art banquet and meeting space and can fit any budget. The Lynnwood Convention Center has 34,000 sf of functional meeting space and local hotels offer an additional 22,971 sf of space.
 

Population: 36,432
 

City of Lynnwood Tourism Office
4114 198th St SW, Ste. 7
425-670-5040

City of Lynnwood
19100 44th Ave W    
425-670-5000

City of Lynnwood Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts
19000 44th Ave W
425-670-5732
Flicker-pics of new Lynnwood Rec Center & Pool     

Lynnwood Chamber
c/o Fairwinds-Brighton Court  6520 196th Street SW, Lynnwood
Mail: The Lynnwood Chamber, PO Box 2661 Lynnwood 98036
425-775-4440

Economic Alliance Snohomish County
728 134th Street SW, Suite 128, Everett
425-743-4567

Edmonds School District #15
Administrative Offices
20420 68th Ave W, Lynnwood
425-431-7000

Edmonds Community College
20000 68th Ave W, Lynnwood
425-640-1459

LYNNWOOD - FIFTY YEARS  Video

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