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Snohomish is a city in the Puget Sound region of Washington (state). It has a charming, touristy historical downtown area.

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  • Snohomish National Historical District

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  • 1 The Farm at Swan's Trail, 7301 Rivershore Rd, +1 425 334-4124. Oct: 10AM-6PM daily, closed rest of year. A fun pick-your-own pumpkin patch and apple orchard. Also has a hay ride, corn maze of the state of Washington and more.

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1st Street has a lot of antique shops, restaurants, bars and little shops. There are buildings from the 1800s, and some used to be brothels.

Eat[edit]

  • 1 Grilla Bites, 1020 1st St (between Aves A and B), +1 360 568-7333. Su-M 10AM-5PM, Tu-W 10AM-7PM, Th-Sa 10AM-8PM. All natural and organic food, very good.
  • 2 Jakes Cafe, 709 2nd St (between Rainier St and Cedar Ave), +1 360 563-0896. 6AM-3PM daily. Excellent diner food.

There's a Twin Eagles cafe open 6am to 2pm. There's a Thai Kitchen very very good thai food. There's a Tex Mex restaurant along with some other restaurants and the usual chain eateries.

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Routes through Snohomish
ENDEverett  W US 2.svg E  MonroeWenatchee
AbbotsfordMarysville  N WA-9.svg S  WoodinvilleSeattle via WA-522.svg


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