Things to do & places to visit in Snohomish, Washington, United States
Snohomish city in Washington, United States. Timezone: America/Los_Angeles, current date and time: Saturday, December 09, 2023, 7:46.
Top things to do (21)
- Wineries & Vineyards
- Sports Complexes
- Jogging Paths & Tracks
- Biking Trails
- Golf Courses
- Historic Sites
- Antique Shops
- Monuments & Statues
- Wedding Chapels
- Churches & Cathedrals
- Visitor Centers
- Cultural Events
Top places to visit (30 attractions) view more »
- 5.0 The Gated Sanctuary Centre for Healing (17 reviews)
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM Spas
The Gated Sanctuary was created for the person who is looking to renew themselves through relaxation, reconnecting with the Earth, or pain management. We have the feel of a natural Japanese hot springs with a polished décor. Our emphasis is on therapeutic massage therapy and hydrotherapy. We are on six acres in a secluded and peaceful setting located in the countryside of Snohomish County about 20 minutes East of Everett and 45 minutes North of downtown Seattle. We have created a sanctuary filled with Southeast Asian treasures and antiques. Our Kneipp Hydrotherapy Circuit is clothing optional and features the latest in Jacuzzi technology. Set outside on a beautiful private deck surrounded by old growth cedar trees and life size Buddhas, you can relax in our jetted warm or hot pools. Cool off in our redwood Alaskan cold plunge. Enjoy our eucalyptus chromotherapy steam room.Heal your body; Rejuvenate your spirit; Relax your mind at The Gated Sanctuary See more..
- 5.0 Thumbnail Theater (6 reviews)
Little gem near downtown Snohomish
Saturday: 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Theaters
We went to sold out "Special Consensus" concert. This group is based in Nashville and it was too good to be true to see them in this little theater that can seat only 95 people. The atmosphere was intimate, plenty of street parking, only 4 blocks up the hill from historic downtown Snohomish. They told us they are booked with many great concerts and family oriented activities. Non-profit organization. See more..
- 5.0 Blackman House Museum (4 reviews)
The museum took me out of the real world for a while.
This local history museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in town. See more..
- 5.0 Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery (4 reviews)
Amazing walk through American history...
Spent 1-2 hours Cemeteries • Monuments & Statues
The Grand Army of the Republic, G.A.R., was the veterans group for Union soldiers of the United States of America. If you are a history buff, this is your place. Graves date back to the early 1880's which is amazing for Western Washington. There are hundred of Civil War veterans buried here and it appears that Confederate soldiers were also accepted starting in the early 1900's as animosity faded. There is also a wonderful granite monument erected in time for Memorial Day (Decoration Day) 1914 which stands as a dramatic center piece to this historic place. The cemetery was established by the Morton, WA Post #10 of the GAR and is currently operated by Post 96 of the American Legion. See more..
- 5.0 Alia Wines (2 reviews)
The Best We've Tasted from a Small Winery
Spent < 1 hour Wineries & Vineyards
We found out about this small winery from a friend who invited us to a tasting. The wines are really spectacular - truly the best we've tasted from a small winery in nearly 5 years of RV'ing around the country: CA, NM, AZ, OR, WA, MA, NY. We started with a crisp, perfect Gewurtzstraminer, then went on to enjoy the best, well-rounded, complex versions we've tasted of some reds: a Merlot, Malbec and Cab Sauvignon. If we weren't about to cross the border into Canada, we would have bought up twice what we purchased. We also picked up a Tempranillo that the vintner recommended and we can't wait to try it! Truly, if you like to explore wines from small wineries, you just shouldn't miss this. We were told that, in addition to direct purchases from the winery, Alia wines are also available through the "Wine-by-Cougars" connection at the Washington State University campus store in Everett, WA. See more..
- 5.0 Antique station in Victoria village (1 review)
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Antique Shops
Antique station in Victoria village is a multi dealer Antique mall . We have been in the heart of Histric Downtown Snohomish for over 21 years. Our store offers a huge selection on antiques, collectible and vintage items. See more..
- 5.0 TroyBeck Antiques (1 review)
Spent < 1 hour Antique Shops
Snohomish's go-to store for "mantiques", advertising, and store displays including neon and metal. TroyBeck Antiques is an eclectic mixture of true antiques and collectible treasures including jewlery, lighting, dolls, pottery, tools, furniture and so much more. A true treasure hunt with new items added daily. See more..
- 5.0 Alpacas from MaRS (1 review)
Spent 1-2 hours Farms
Alpacas from Mars is a working alpaca ranch established in 2000. We raise huacaya alpacas for their luxurious, fine fleece. The alpacas are sheared once a year, then we hand process the fleece into rovings, batts, yarn, & felt products. Visitors can meet the alpacas, learn about our eco-friendly farm practices, and see how we process the fleece. Hands-on activities available. Farm Store. Groups welcome. Birthday parties and girls night out as well as fiber arts classes. Check our website for Open Farm Days, Special Events, and hours of operation. By appointment Thursday - Sunday, April - September. See more..
- 5.0 Willis D. Tucker Community Park (1 review)
Spent More than 3 hours Parks • Playgrounds
our visit was with our Daughter and her 2 Corgi Pups, Frank & Beans. Really nice "OFF LEASH" park whwrere the dogs can run and meet other dogs. There is an arear off the the left of the main enterence for dogs that don't MIX well with other dogs. A lot of free running area and a wooded area to walk in. there is also a swamp for dogs that like that. There are bowels and Fresh water for the dogs. Close to the large parking area there is also a hose to get clean at. See more..
- 5.0 J.P. Trodden (1 review)
Nice tasting room
Spent 1-2 hours Distilleries
Was recommended that we try this bourbon and were very pleased. The tasting room is in a warehouse area and a little hard to find. Worth the effort. Mara was very friendly and informative. The first three tastings were excellent. The star 5 was exceptionally smooth. There was a great story to go with it. We purchased bottles of star 5 and the maple syrup. Both were terrific for dinner at home. See more..
- 4.5 Historic Downtown Snohomish (148 reviews)
Great Way to Spend a Day
Spent More than 3 hours Neighborhoods
This was our first time going to Snohomish, and I'm really glad we did. There are great antique shops and boutiques up and down the main street. Too much to see in one day for us so we will be going back again. Quite a few places to grab lunch, dinner or just snacks and drinks. On the way out we stopped in Snohomish Pie Co to take a few slices of fresh Strawberry Rhubarb home with us. What a great place to visit. See more..
- 4.5 Centennial Trail (42 reviews)
Independence Day Bike Ride
Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
Paved walk/bike trail, with equestrian lanes on the side. It's a pretty easy bike-ride, although the long, gradual upgrades can be tiring if you ride the whole 30-miles each way. For a Saturday morning on 4th of July weekend the trail wasn't awfully crowded, people were polite and friendly, and there was plenty of parking available at the trail start, by Nakashima Barn. Nakashima Barn is the historic site of the Nakashima family dairy farm. During WWII, in 1942, the family was forced to sell and sent to a relocation camp. A Saturday Farmer's Market was being held in Arlington, at a city park on the trail. See more..
- 4.5 Craven Farm (36 reviews)
Casual Low Key Farm Visit
Saturday: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM Farms • Wedding Chapels
This is a very traditional fall harvest type farm visit. We had paid a visit to another Snohomish farm festival and were left a little cold by the commercialism of the event. This farm is a little further off the beaten track but has a more casual feeling about it. There was no admission charge for our visit on a weekday, but several of the attractions (food booths) were not open either. Nice farm store with all the stuff you might expect to see. They have apple cider donuts too, but having already had two apiece we passed on these. There were pumpkins and apples for sale too. I think having to choose, I'd visit this farm first and skip the other. See more..
- 4.5 The Farm at Swan's Trail (30 reviews)
Weekdays work better: less crowding, less cost ($10 vs $15), no waiting for attractions. We did everything and packed a lot into our visit: farmyard animals, hayride, kids corn maze, tractor pull, duck races, apple picking, pumpkin picking, slide, climbing on haystacks, pedal bike, hay lifting with pulleys. Covid concerns were addressed (masks required and social distancing suggested) but even though some patrons didn’t listen, there was enough room to spread out and avoid them. Hint: start out your visit with a fresh apple cider donut & coffee-you will need the energy to keep up with the little ones! See more..
- 4.5 Lord Hill Regional Park (23 reviews)
Lots of options for destinations
Thus multi use trail is in good shape, trails are easy to maneuver with lots of options and destinations. There is just one foot bridge by the entrance that needs work but it is safe. There is a lot to see and the view changes with the seasons. There is a semi steep decline at the top of the trailhead to start but overall a moderate hike. See more..
- 4.5 Bob's Corn and Pumpkin Farm (17 reviews)
A must in preparation for Halloween
Spent 2-3 hours Farms
Wow! What a place to prepare for Halloween. So many pumpkins. We just selected ours from the yard but you can take your wheel barrow and select your own. We bought apple doughnuts which were delicious. Lots of great activities. My son visited the corn maze a couple of weeks ago which was brilliant. See more..
- 4.5 Skip Rock Distillery (12 reviews)
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Distilleries
The alchohol was delicious. The liquores in particular the raspberry and spiced apple were my favorite but everything was delicious. Ramona was wonderful and talked us through all the choices. Overall a great stop that I would come back to again. See more..
- 4.5 Mountainview Blueberry Farm (10 reviews)
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Farms
My husband and I attended their annual "Blooms and Berries" event where you can pick sunflowers by the bucket and blueberries by the pint. The staff were very welcoming, the signage for parking and where to head for picking was great, and they set up "photo opps" in the sunflower fields (garden windows, vintage bicycles, upcycled vintage tub, and more) - so darn cute and they were perfect pix for framing. They also had a wide variety of gorgeous sunflowers; I had no idea they came in so many autumnal colors! I mainly attended for the flowers, but this is definitely a fun family outing. There were activities included for children throughout as well as opportunities to purchase handmade goods. Despite the crowds, the traffic flow from parking to walking the grounds was very smooth and well-planned - we really appreciated that attention to detail. See more..
- 4.5 Snohomish Aquatic Center (10 reviews)
Something for everyone
Spent 2-3 hours Sports Complexes
What a fun place! With their lap pool, open swimming, river pool feature, water basketball, giant slide, and even a surf pool, this is a very fun place to go for everyone, any time of year! See more..
- 4.5 Snohomish Valley Golf Center (9 reviews)
Best driving range
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Golf Courses
Great place for families either at the driving range or putt-putt golf. Food is great and staff is very freindly. First Tee has a fabulous program there for children of all ages. Facility does a great job at replacing old balls and mats. See more..
- 4.5 Stocker Farms (7 reviews)
My go to for produce
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Farms
This is my go to for produce when I am in the area. The staff is always friendly and accommodating. Their honey is the best. See more..
- 4.5 Bailey Family Farm (3 reviews)
Family farm vegetables, great Christmas trees, compost in any amount you want.
Spent 1-2 hours Farms
The Bailey family is a local legend for their ethics, community service and quality products. We have dealt with them for decades and have never been disappointed. See more..
- 4.0 East Snohomish County Visitor Center (9 reviews)
Recon for a future trip
Spent < 1 hour Visitor Centers
Modeled after an old train station, this center is located in the heart of the historic district along the Snohomish River. Youre invited to collect a treasure trove of memories in this Antique Capital of the Northwest where history and funky Northwest charm meet. Visitors will find a variety of maps, brochures and pamphlets for local and county attractions and events. See more..
- 3.5 Star Center Antique Mall (15 reviews)
Many stores in one
Spent 2-3 hours Antique Shops
The Antique Mall is comprised of (by my guess) a couple hundred small vendors who each have a cabinet or booth to sell their wares. Each vendor has their own focus. There is a wide variety of antiques, collectibles, and curiosities. I'm old enough that I remember using some of the things! The staff were helpful when asked, otherwise let us browse. See more..
- 3.5 Vuelta La Luna Circus (2 reviews)
Great show but disgusting male ringleader running it
Spent 2-3 hours Cultural Events
I very much enjoyed the circus! My issue is with the male owner. We were talking about random things and some how or another got on the subject of the Holocaust ( don't ask me how). He said it wasn't really the Germans fault because they didn't want to kill the Jewish people but the Americans forced them with their invasion. I had no idea what to say. I've never heard someone say something so gross before. So while the show is amazing I just can not support someone like that. I figured the world needed to know it too. See more..
- 2.5 Thomas Family Farm (5 reviews)
Spent 1-2 hours Farms
We like to visit different farms and pumpkin patches every year to try something different. However, we enjoyed Thomas Family Farm last Fall so much we decided to come back this year. Last year you could buy a bracelet and depending on the color and price, got to try out the attractions that corresponded to the bracelet. This year, there was one price for adults and another for kids. You had to buy an adult bracelet even just to watch your kid in the activity area. Paintball, mining, and escape rooms were charged an extra $5; last year they were part of the package deal. Food was priced fine, and tasty. We loved the roasted corn, kettle corn, and cinnamon donuts. It was still fun for the kids but if you've visited before, probably try a different one this year. See more..
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- Bridge Church (0 review)
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- St Michael's Catholic Church (0 review)
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