The PNW through Lynnwood, WA

Photo Courtesy of Lynnwood Tourism

Spring is a great time to visit Lynnwood, Washington. With 60- to 70-degree temperatures and a variety of outdoor recreation and indoor activities, you’ll find fun for the whole family.

Sixteen miles north of Seattle, Lynnwood is Snohomish County’s largest retail center, with affordable lodging at 40 percent less than downtown Seattle. Lynnwood offers excellent shopping, unique dining experiences, and easy access to Seattle, beaches, ferries, and outdoor adventure throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Lynnwood is home to Alderwood mall, the region’s destination shopping center with a unique mix of retail, entertainment and dining options, including the new Cheesecake Factory. Spend an afternoon exploring the boutique shops, art galleries and waterfront dining in Edmonds, just west of Lynnwood.

A hike down the Lund’s Gulch Trail is one of the many ways to experience the natural beauty of the area. The trail leads to a Puget Sound beach with panoramic views of the water, Olympic Mountains and nearby islands, making it the perfect place to enjoy a picnic. Day trips and scenic road trips are an easy and fun way to explore the Pacific Northwest region.

Just north of Lynnwood is the Aviation District at Paine Field, home to a must-see collection of aviation attractions and the new Paine Field Airport with 24 daily flights to 12 destinations. The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is North America’s only publicly available opportunity to tour a commercial jet assembly plant. The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FHCAM) hosts a rare private collection of World War II-era aircraft, tanks, combat armor and other technologies, painstakingly restored to working condition.

Plan your stay at lynnwoodtourism.com.

 

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