Lying on Puget Sound eleven miles north of Seattle enjoying spectacular views of both the Cascade and Olympic ranges is an historic town that is very much alive.  Come here by car, boat, ferry, bus, Amtrak, bike or Sounder Rail, but you’ll probably prefer going on foot through the highly walkable waterfront near the ferry landing.  Stop by the Edmonds-South Snohomish Historical Society in the more than a century-old Carnegie Library or head for the Underwater Dive Park, or maybe take in a show at the Edmonds Center for the Arts or the Cascadia Art Museum.  Steeped in history, anchored by Puget Sound, Edmonds is ready for discovery.  Talk about art galleries, restaurants, shops, and litany of community events including Farmers Market, monthly Art Walk, Summer Wine Walks, Car Show, Taste Edmonds, 4th of July Parade & Fireworks show, Trick or Treating, Tree Lighting, concerts in the Park.  Edmonds is a small town with a true sense of community.  Many waterfront beaches…Marina Park, Meadowdale Beach Park, Picnic Point Beach to name a few.

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