Local Attractions In Everett

The Brightest Hidden Gems

Sometimes when you visit a new locale, you need some local knowledge. At Red Lion Inn & Suites, we’re glad to share our favorite places to spend time in Everett. Check out these overlooked attractions in Everett, and if you’re looking for more recommendations, feel free to ask our staff during your stay.

The Ceramic Place

Come home with a piece of homemade pottery from The Ceramic Place. This local art store has both ceramic painting and glass fusion in their studio. Kid friendly glass is also available. Monthly events include Paint Til You Faint, where they’re open until midnight.

1327 112th St Southeast
Everett, WA 98208
Phone: (425) 337-6306

Flying Heritage Collection

See the history of flight at this exciting museum. As the headquarters of Boeing, Everett has had a long history with aviation. At the Flying Heritage Collection, you can see a range of World War Two era fighter jets, along with state-of-the-art supersonic planes and more.

Paine Field Airport
3407 109th St Southwest
Everett, WA 98204
Phone: (877) 342-3404

Shack Art Center

See local and national artists at Shack Art Center. Everett’s own artistic history includes Chuck Close, the celebrated contemporary portrait artist, whose massive portraits and mosaics have earned international fame and renown. Take a class, see their exhibits, and visit their studios.

2921 Hoyt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: (425) 259-5050

Howorth Park

This secluded 28-acre park lies right along the beach. A playground and an off-lease area for dogs make it perfect for an afternoon of relaxation. Enjoy the sandy shore, and take a pic on its scenic pedestrian bridge. In the evening, it has a perfect view of the sunset.

1127 Olympic Blvd
Everett, WA 98203