Edmonds is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. It is located in the southwest corner of the county, facing Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains to the west. The city is part of the Seattle metropolitan area and is located 15 miles (24 km) north of Seattle and 18 miles (29 km) southwest of Everett. With a population of 39,709 residents in 2010 U.S. census, Edmonds is the fourth most populous city in the county. The estimated population in 2015 was 40,490.
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4.5 based on 69 reviews
We stayed in Edmunds while in the area for a weekend of ball games. It’s a cute little town with a great promenade along the water with a great little playground for the kiddos! You can watch the ferry’s and other boats enjoy time at the beach and park area! It would be a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon with a picnic outside the hustle of Seattle
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Made the approximate 1 mile hike on a beautiful (and rare) sunny day in October. A quick drive through towns (and a neighborhood) leads you to a nice little parking lot....emphasis on small. There are signs saying that if you aren't parked in a stall, you may get towed. The hike down is very nice with a variety of different trees. Wear good shoes because the trail is gravel covered and steep. Poor fitting shoes will warm up your feet. The beach is very nice in a Pacific Northwest type of way. We didn't get to experience it, but a lot of people were heading down to the beach to catch sunset as we were leaving. The hike up is very steep (although relatively short) so you want to be ready for that. It was a great hike that I'll repeat if we are in that neck of the woods again. There are portable bathrooms at the top and bottom for those in need.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
The fishing pier is the happening place in Edmonds. Plenty of fisher-people, and their children, structures for fish cleaning, and a great stop to see Edmond's iconic silver fish flying between the walk out to the pier and the ferry boat landing. Walk from Marina Park all the way down Sunset Avenue, and back, note the public art (bronze seals, families, children in boat, etc) and watch the sun set over the Olympics. A little bit of heaver on earth.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
It was raining so we popped into this waterfront museum for a visit. We viewed some interesting art and I understand that this museum opened relatively recently so I assume that the collection will grow and improve over time.
5 based on 12 reviews
I've loved coming to this park/beach for many years. They have excellent parking and accommodations. The view is wonderful. This is a classic Western Washington beach.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Picture this: catch racket (or stick with a basket) + Bump cars + goal = Fun!
Sure, the place might look like a blast from the past -- but let's face it, people in the 80's had more fun. We used our hands and we played with friends (not virtually)!
Each round/game is about 15 minutes with 5 players each team. You are awarded scores not just by shooting through the goal (using a racket) while driving a bump car but also from various penalties.
Have some friends who are quiet and shy and lo and behold the aggressive side appeared during the match.
Great for families, friends or even corporate team buildings.
Food and drinks are available.
5 based on 9 reviews
Gallery North is one of several shops in Edmonds that know and sell Art, jewelry, textiles and other objects from local artisans. There is always something new to check out here and there is a wide price range, so your sure to find something within your budget.
Have fun and check it out.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We stumble on this downtown museum while exploring the street market. The main entrance is up the stone front stairs of this brick old city hall and jail building that was also a library. Admission is free but donations are always welcomed. A staff person gave us a bit of Edmonds’ history while my granddaughter drew a picture of a salmon with the assist of her grandmother and it was posted on the wall above the laptop. The downstairs portion of the museum however was certainly the highlight of the tour. There is an old jail cell located in a corner. There’s a miniature display of the historical town of Edmonds with a miniature train set, period clothing and outfits, antique household and office items, vintage telephones, and a reconstructed room from the 1890’s. My granddaughter especially enjoyed the hands on waterfront display and the old wall telephones. We spent at a good amount of time exploring the several rooms of displays, vintage clothing and charming history of the old Edmond City Hall. This is a must see when exploring Edmonds.
5 based on 5 reviews
We are a professional, non-equity theatre in Edmonds, WA, 20 minutes out of Seattle. We perform first rate comedies all year long with top Puget Sound actors, directors and theatre artists! Plenty of free parking!
I've been coming to the Phoenix theater for more than a decade. I always enjoy myself. Small intimate space with absolutely no bad seats. They do mostly comedies so if you want to forget the troubles of the day, this is the place to be.We are so glad to hear about your great experience and hope to keep seeing you at The Phoenix!
4 based on 14 reviews
A little taste of early North West living and and what it was like in logging towns on Puget Sound in the early days.
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