Step back in time in Vancouver, WA and visit historic Fort Vancouver, the Lewis and Clark trail, or Pearson Air Museum - the oldest active airfield in the West.
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Relive the eruption of Mount St. Helens over 20 years ago at the visitors' center located in Kelso. If volcanoes aren't your thing, visit the Farmer's Market in Longview for plenty of fresh vegetables and local crafts. The historic train station is a major transportation hub located in downtown Kelso.
Take a step back in time to the city of murals, historic buildings, and antiques. Before you stroll through the quaint downtown, take a moment to tour the historic train station, built in 1912. It evokes Centralia's pioneer spirit and a time when steam locomotives rumbled into town over 40 times a day
Learn about state government at Washington's capitol. Visit the majestic capitol dome building and listen to a bill being debated on the legislative floor. The station was built through volunteers’ hard work and donations and is still staffed entirely by volunteers and rail buffs.
No exaggeration: Southcenter mall is one of the best shopping locations a traveler can experience. With over 5 million sq. ft. of shopping, you’re sure to find the perfect gift and the perfect fit. Also, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is an easy 5-minute cab ride away. Local hotels welcome you.
Welcome to carefree, caffeinated Seattle, WA. Take in a deep breath—that's saltwater and roasting coffee beans filling your nostrils. Now follow your nose for adventure—and this helpful page—to get the most out of your visit to this seafaring city. Whether it's professional sports, music, nature, shopping or general sightseeing that brings you to the Emerald City, we've included some of the highlights here.
A walkable waterfront town on the shores of Puget Sound, Edmonds is celebrated as an arts community offering galleries, sandy beaches and stunning views, boutiques, bird watching, cafes, historic downtown, colorful flowers, fabulous festivals and events, spring and summer market, underwater dive park, performing arts center, international film festival, and award winning marina.
Snohomish County's largest city and seat of county government, Everett sits on the shores of Port Gardner Bay, gazing at the majestic Olympic Mountain range and the Puget Sound. Everett has much in the way of family entertainment including over 30 city parks as well as golf, tennis, swimming, hiking and beachcombing. Downtown is bustling with unique shops, many located in colorful historical buildings.
Stanwood is the northern-most city of Snohomish County and the gateway to beautiful Camano Island. There you will find Camano Island State Park featuring boating, camping, picnic facilities and endless beachcombing. The city also offers many galleries, farm fresh produce, and a variety of restaurants to please any palate.
Start at Stanwood’s historic East End, just off the Pioneer Highway and steps away from the train station. Explore the shops and diverse food options along the mile-long downtown corridor, with hidden gems along the way.