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Snohomish County, WA

Snohomish County begins 12 miles north of Seattle, a little under 100 miles south of Vancouver, and a short ferry ride away from the San Juan Islands or Olympic Peninsula, Snohomish County is ideally situated for exploring the entire Pacific Northwest.

Arts, Culture & History

Open Up to Wonder...

Star-powered performances and world-renowned local talent make Snohomish County your next destination for a cultural experience on your Washington vacation. Our local triple-threat talent, impeccably trained and with accomplished backgrounds, sing, dance and act next to national and international performers who command the headlines. Our visual arts are unmatched. Modern and edgy or native and primitive, theaters, studios and museums alike offer an arts and culture experience you won’t want to miss.

Find murals and sculptures by regional artists as your stroll the waterfront arts community of Edmonds. Tulalip, a federally recognized Indian Reservation is a thriving community rich with history and culture. Everett, surrounded by nearly 50 miles of freshwater and saltwater shores is exploding in the arts scene with top-notch galleries and a state-of-the-art glass blowing studio. Lynnwood offers a peek into the past at Heritage Park, devoted to the early history of the area, and Mukilteo also preserves a piece of our past, a working lighthouse from 1906, overlooking the Puget Sound.

Be inspired as you traverse our communities exploring the art galleries, museums, festivals and venues that call Snohomish County home. Let your imagination take flight as you encounter rhythmic dancing, mystifying art and curious wonders!

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Biblioteca

These two stained-glass windows serve as the backdrop at the customer service desk at the Stanwood Library....

Of Sea and Life

Bronze sculpture, created by Howard Duell in 1963 and gifted to the city in 2006. Located at Edmonds City...

Center of the Universe

Basalt sculpture depicting the topography around Arlington, created by Arlington-based sculptor Kirk McLean in...

Flocking to City Hall

Porcelain enamel on steel sculpture featuring flying birds. Created by Michele Van Slyke in 1996. Located at...

Gehl House

The Gehl Home is a look back at the living conditions of Marysville pioneers.  It's an 1884 hand-hewn...