This genuinely historic community is listed on both the State and National Registries of Historic Places. Snohomish is the oldest and best preserved city in the county. The city's historic district boasts many beautiful Victorian homes built around 1900. The annual Historic Homes Tour is a must for those who appreciate this period architecture.
Snohomish is the “Antique Capital of the Pacific Northwest” – with more than 200 antique dealers, plus specialty shops. Also visit the Blackman House Museum, the 1878 Victorian home of Snohomish’s first mayor, Hyrcanus Blackman and family-occupied until 1960s. The museum, operated by the Snohomish Historical Society, contains many original furnishings and exhibits.
Snohomish Trip Ideas
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