Lynnwood is a city in Snohomish County that is home to more than 36,000 people. Get on a bus rental in Lynnwood, Washington and discover the sights and sounds of this beautiful city.
A bus rental in Lynnwood, Washington can accommodate up to 60 people, making it more fun for you and your group as you travel together. You can go to the following places:
Enjoy the free Lynnwood Shakespeare in the Park if you are in the city in July. Or perhaps check out the wide variety of shows at the Edmonds Community College Mukilteo Hall Black Box Theater. You should also check out the city's many samples of public art.
Alderwood has 1.5 million sq. ft. of retail space that is enough for 200 restaurants and stores. It is the county's biggest mall and one of the biggest in the region. Anchor stores include JCPenney, Sears, Nordstrom, and Macy's. Then check out the shopping districts in the city including the Yellow District where you have authentic Asian businesses, Ross Dress for Less and Guitar Center. You can also check out Target, Cost Plus World Market, and Kohl's as well as the other stores in the Green District. Then you have more than 20 stores in the Orange District, while having different stores and services in the Blue District.
Play at the Lynnwood Municipal Golf Course which has 18 holes and more than 4,700 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 65 and a rating of 62.4. John Steidel designed the 1990s golf course that also has a 101 slope rating.
Go to Keeler's Korner, the only listing on the National Register of Historic Places for Lynnwood. The building was built in the 1920s and is one of the finest examples of an early car service station as well as a relic of the country's early years of automobile culture.
History lovers would also love Heritage Park where you could learn more about the history of the city starting with Alderwood Manor and other structures. You could also visit the Wickers Museum at Heritage Park where you have recreated rooms that would show you how daily life was during the 1920s. Then you could also mix geocaching and a history tour when you go on the Tour of Historic Sites. You can get maps from City Hall.
Go jogging, hiking or biking at the Interurban Trail that runs through the city. There are close to 4 miles of trails here and makes use of the route that was used by the Interurban Trolley, which stopped running in the 1930s. Or you can visit the Lynndale Park where you can play tennis, soccer, basketball, and baseball. You can skate at the Skate Park, or play at the playground as well. The park also has picnic facilities, forested areas, amphitheaters and trails.
Play softball and basketball or hike at the Meadowdale Playfields. Perhaps, you will fall in love with Wilcox Park where you have a gazebo, picnic shelter, grass play area, playground structures, and a basketball court. If you want to get away for a while, then head out to Scriber Lake Park where you can enjoy the quiet while watching the animals or fishing on the floating boardwalk. You can also have a picnic or go on the walking trail here.
If you find the heat unbearable, then there are several spray parks in the city, including North Lynnwood Park and Daleway Park.
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