Evergreen Everett: 10 History, Nature and Arts Attractions Worth Seeing

Everett is a big town, a little smaller than Bellevue and a little bigger than Renton. Unlike other cities and towns that more or less get treated as Seattle suburbs, Everett has a distinct character. This is largely due to its maritime and aviation industries, as well as the presence of a Naval base. You might say that these industries dominate the landscape. Everett is still home to the world’s largest building by volume: The Boeing Everett Factory, built in 1967. But there is much more happening in Everett besides light industry. Like Seattle itself, it has a beautiful balance of access to nature and culture. Here are some of the attractions that give Everett the #PNWonderland magic. Howarth Park We’ll start with Howarth Park. In terms of water access, the Everett Marina gets a lot of the attention, but Howarth Park has VIEWS. It also has an off-leash dog … Continue reading Evergreen Everett: 10 History, Nature and Arts Attractions Worth Seeing