Edmonds is nestled on the edge of Puget Sound and embodies lots of things people look for when they just want to spend a day exploring and get away from their daily routine. Edmonds is a great choice for people visiting Seattle because it's a quiet waterfront community that is easy to explore on foot, and is accessible by car, the train, or ferry. It provides visitors access to other unique destinations in Puget Sound region. Download the "Write on the Sound -15 Things to Do in Edmonds."
Held every Saturday, July-September from 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Downtown Edmonds, on Bell Street and Fifth Avenue North, in the Centennial Plaza. Handmade or home grown in Washington; produce, flowers, plants, crafts and original art, lunch items available.
Edmonds is home to a diverse selection of cafés & restaurants. The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has a list of local restaurants.
The Edmonds Theater, a 1920’s classic theater at 415 Main Street features current release movies and great popcorn. Call 425-778-4554 for schedule.
Explore galleries, book and wine shops, jewelry stores, boutiques, and more. Browse artist-made gifts at Third Thursday Art Walks and attend world-class performances at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. The Third Thursday Art Walk hosts thirty to forty artists each month and many local shops and galleries host special events that evening including specials, artist's demonstrations and live music. The Edmonds Art Walk has become a regional year-round favorite.
Take a self-guided walking tour and visit our beautiful waterfront parks.