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The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau offers many services and information for your visit. With our three Visitor Information Centers, travelers can find help from our volunteers, maps, attraction and activity ideas. For the business trip or sporting event, Snohomish County Tourism Bureau staff can help find event facilities, hotels, and much more to make your planned event or business trip more enjoyable. The side bar to the right of this page offers more options . Whether you need visitor information to plan your trip to Snohomish County, are planning a meeting, sporting event or other group function, or want to ask a question or share a concern; we are here to assist you.  For personal assistance, please give us a call during regular business hours at 1-888-338-0976. Weekend assistance can be obtained from our visitor information center volunteers.

Use the menu to the right to locate other Snohomish County News & Information resources.

Visit the “Press Room” for press releases, media kits, and story ideas for journalists, or to see newspaper and magazine articles published about Snohomish County. 

Visit “Newsletters” to see past issues of Storyline, our bi-monthly publication full of travel tips and story ideas for Snohomish County, or past issues of Tourism Today, Snohomish County Tourism Bureau’s online tourism newsletter with up-to-date news, announcements, programs, and recommendations for the local tourism industry. 

Visit our “Photo Library” for images of communities, events, attractions, activities and scenic vistas, or the “Video Library” for videos highlighting the many adventures you can have in Snohomish County.  All photos and videos are the property of the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau.

For information about the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau’s tourism activity and accomplishments, please visit “Annual Reports.”

Visit “Strategic Tourism Plan” for information about how the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau plans to guide tourism actions and investments in 2018. Visit “Helpful Links” to get more information on traveling in Washington State.