Stanwood is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The city is located 50 miles (80 km) north of Seattle, at the mouth of the Stillaguamish River. Its population was 6,231 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Stanwood
4.5 based on 86 reviews
The Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum (formerly the La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum) in the historic Gaches Mansion, located in the beautiful waterfront town of La Conner, features exhibits of quilts and fiber arts throughout the year. With a new exhibit opening on one of the three floors each month, exhibits range from traditional quilts from around the globe to contemporary fiber art. The mission of the Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum is to present exhibitions and educational programs in all fiber arts that enrich and inspire, honor cultural traditions, and celebrate the creative spirit.
Stopped by to see the quilts and an excellent tapestry exhibit. The quilts were beautiful with both old and contemporary designs. The special exhibit of tapestries were fascinating...telling a story through art. I recommend a stop if you are in La Connor and have an interest in quilts.
4.5 based on 337 reviews
In 1985, RoozenGaarde was founded as a small showgarden and retail shop. With this addition Washington Bulb Co, Inc. was now able to reach out to the many individual flower enthusiasts and gardeners who wanted direct access to WBC’s great products. Flowers and floral arrangements are available every day of the year. The gift shop is also stocked with Tulip Festival merchandise, gardening tools and books, and unique gifts for the home and garden. The original showgarden has grown to over 3 ½ acres and is annually planted with over a ¼ million spring flowering bulbs. Included in this count are 85 different varieties of tulips, 25 varieties of daffodils, plus varieties of hyacinths, crocuses, and irises. Every flower is listed in our bulb catalog (and online!) which is available for visitors as they stroll through the garden. We encourage visitors and home gardeners alike to come check us out to simply enjoy the sights or see what ideas you can take back home for your own flower beds!
Visited this garden when the sun was out! Parking is very well organized. Friendly staff. Everything was muddy - but they try to keep it a pleasant experience. The display garden was surprisingly open and saw some new flowers there. Fun to watch the artists painting. Walked around the fields - glad we had our boots on. There was a drone hovering above the tulip fields even though they are not allowed.
5 based on 351 reviews
Breathtaking Forest Adventures Set in a beautiful Pacific Northwest forest, Canopy Tours Northwest offers 6 ziplines, log bridge and dramatic final descent.
Great experience! Thanks James and Luke! First time for my son and we both enjoyed it! Great fun! The course was easy and fun! The guides are great!
4 based on 229 reviews
Not a fan of casinos but my wife likes them so we stayed here for the night and spent spme money. The one yhing i noticed is the people working here are very friendly.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
We found this place by accident when we attended a birthday party at the beach. Found out that they have wonderful yurts!!! There's great trails especially down to the beach. You can hike from the camp grounds to treat yourself at the café at Kayak Pt Golf.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The Muse is not your ordinary singer-songwriter cafe. The moment you walk through their doors to the wonderful, wildly decorated interior, you know that you're not in Kansas anymore.
But don't let the decor fool you. The Muse books some of the best music acts in the area. Owners / hosts Thom and Elfa make everybody feel welcome - the place has a wonderful vibe.
Their focus is on world music, Americana, singer-songwriter, and similar - they showcase some of the best music around in those genres.
In my experience, the audience is another draw - they're there mostly for the music, which is why we go there.
Even so, the food is a bit more than adequate (try the flatiron steak!), and they have a full bar, with a good selection of wines and beers.
The main floor has the bar and an intimate stage. On the second floor is what appears to maybe have been a hay loft at one time - it's a wonderful events venue, and has an open, spacious feel.
The Muse - a hidden treasure of a performance venue!
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Camping park encompasses 134 acres of protected forest and rocky beach offering hiking trails, boating, fishing and scuba diving.
CISP is super easy to get to, and a wonderful day trip from Seattle or Everett. It has a lovely campground with about 88 spots, many nice for RV's. It has 2 different picnic/day use areas with lovely views. A very nice and well used boat launch, and excellent bathroom facilities. Cama Beach State Park is right next door, with fun trails and a cafe.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
If you enjoy art galleries, then this is a must when you visit La Conner. The staff are very helpful and the three exhibits were very well displayed and educational.
5 based on 7 reviews
Well, it was rainy and the only day I could go. The daffodils were not out yet - but will soon! Lots of walking trails, enjoyed the 16 kiosks, each with different information about native plants, wetlands, how to attract butterflies, and the sad history of the holocaust. Don't miss the fireplace built with bricks used as ballast from English trading ships. Also you will find information and displays from the Pilchuck Glass School, that's only two miles away.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Came here to be xplore and found a hidden jewel. Will have to come back and spend more time. The even have a nice cafe. You will be surprised. Enjoy the peace and quiet. The also have hiking trails.
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