Located in Snohomish County, Edmonds is home to around 40,000 people. Get on a charter bus in Edmonds, Washington and visit the city today.
A charter bus in Edmonds, Washington can help you tour the following places.
Aria Studio Gallery exhibits the paintings of Joan E. Archer and Leah K. Goodwin, while Christopher Framing & Gallery has the artworks of artists from the region. Cole Gallery is a fine art gallery and Cascadia Art Museum focuses on regional artworks from the late 19th century through the mid 20th century. You could also check out the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Gallery where you can see the works of Northwest artists. Other galleries you can visit are Gallery North, Lowell's Stained Glass Studio, MaJe Gallery, the Mural Works, and ZINC Art + Gallery. You should also join the city's art walks that happen on the third Thursday of every month.
As far as the performing arts is concerned, you will surely find yourself in Edmonds Center for the Arts where you have seating for more than 700 people in the auditorium. More than 65,000 people have attended the events held here. The Driftwood Players often perform at the Wade James Theatre, while the Edmonds Community College's Black Box Theatre also has performances on campus.
Further, if you are craving for music, then check out the Cascade Symphony's many concerts, or the Cascade Youth Symphony with their five concerts every year. You should also support the Olympic Ballet School & Theatre, which performs for more than 15,000 people every year. Other dance and music groups you should see are Ballet Academy of Performing Arts, Barclay Shelton Dance Center, Sea Jazz Concerts, Sno-King Chorale, and the Summer Concerts in the Park that happens every July and August.
Then you should also check out the annual events held in the city including the Edmonds Arts Festival, which was started in the 1950s and last three days. The Edmonds Jazz Connection is held on Memorial Day and features the best jazz groups in the area.
The city's farmers market is a must visit where you can buy the freshest fruits and vegetables, handmade crafts, freshly cut flowers, and food stuff. Or you can explore the shopping options you have downtown.
The Andrew Carnegie Library is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building was built in 1910 and sports a beaux-arts architecture. It also features Tiffany glass fan light and terra cotta doors and windows. It is now used as the Edmonds Historical Museum.
Go to Marina Beach where you could fly a kite, build sand castles, swim, and fish. The city also has close to two dozen parks for you to enjoy. Yost Park for one has basketball and tennis courts, play area, walking trails, and amenities for leashed dogs. The Anderson Center Field has an amphitheater, ballfield, playground, picnic tables, public art, soccer fields and the Frances Anderson Center.
Meanwhile the Edmonds City Park has picnic facilities, benches, playground, ballfield, horseshoe pits, and trails. While Hickman Park has a basketball court, the JP Patches playground, baseball field, paths, workout stations and benches. Then check out Seaview Park, one of the bigger parks in the city that features facilities for tennis, basketball and baseball. It also has picnic tables and a loop path.
Other parks you can go to are Mathay-Ballinger, Brackett's Landing North and South, Civic Center Playfield, Haines Wharf, Hummingbird Park, Hutt Park, Maplewood Park, Edmonds Marsh, Pine Street Playfield, Pine Ridge Park, Sierra Park, Stamm Overlook, and Sunset Ave. Park.
Go aboard the Edmonds Kingston ferry and go across Puget Sound and take in the views.
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