Majestic mountain ranges and tranquil Puget Sound border this Snohomish city, known for its important aviation heritage, expansive marina and pleasant parks.
Everett is an enchanting port city in Puget Sound, flanked by snow-capped mountains and a busy marina. Visit Snohomish County’s largest city to learn about the its aviation history. Relax by the marina, stroll through the leafy park and catch a hockey match or figure-skating performance at the Comcast Arena.
Explore Everett’s picturesque port that looks out onto Possession Sound. The Port of Everett is one of the largest marinas on the United States’ west coast. Spend an afternoon at the port’s north shopping precinct and enjoy a fresh seafood dinner at one of the restaurants overlooking the marina and the Sound. Try a bowl of Washington’s famous clam chowder or a fillet of local salmon. Stop by Port Gardner Landing on a Sunday to browse the Everett Farmer’s Market. Check the Landing website to see when one of the free Waterfront Concert Series is held. Visit in August to see the promenade along the Sound decorated in local artworks for the Fresh Paint Festival of Artists.
Head downtown to find Everett’s exciting cultural hub. See a performance at the Everett Performing Arts Center and discover artworks by locals at the Schack Art Center. The Comcast Arena, Everett’s premier venue for sports, events and concerts, is located just a few short blocks away.
Explore wider Everett to find some of the city’s numerous green spaces. Walk along a nature trail at the Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens, located in the American Legion Memorial Park on the banks of the Snohomish River. Find out about Everett’s innovation in aviation history at the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour and the Flying Heritage Collection.
Everett is located in Puget Sound at the mouth of the Snohomish River in Washington. Reach Everett by plane to Seattle-Tacoma Airport, 42 miles (67 kilometers) south of the city. Rail, bus and ferry services connect Everett to several other cities in the region, including Seattle, Portland and Vancouver. Visit Everett in spring to enjoy Puget Sound’s magnificent snowy mountain views and whale-watching opportunities.