Edmonds Historical Museum 

The Edmonds Historical Museum is governed by the Edmonds-South Snohomish County Historical Society whose mission is to perpetuate the memory and spirit of our pioneers; to identify and preserve historical documents, relics and incidents; and to encourage historical research, today and tomorrow. 

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Museum Historic Walk 

Still hungry for more history? Take the Edmonds Historical Museum's tour for even more about local Edmonds History. The Historic Edmonds Walk tour features twenty sites in downtown Edmonds. 

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Historic Preservation 

The mission of the Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission is to promote historic preservation and encourage the owners of historically significant properties to voluntarily add them to the Edmonds Register of Historic Places in order to raise awareness and appreciation of local history.

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Historic Sites Tour

The Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission Tour takes visitors to historical and architectural sites in Downtown Edmonds. The Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission hopes that more residents will be inspired to place their property on the Edmonds Register of Historic Places.


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Tour Information

The Edmonds Stages of History Tour is a walking tour of significant sites that mark twelve different aspects in Edmonds' development. A unique artist-made plaque identifies each site on the tour. We invite you to explore Edmonds history at each location. Photographs on this website are courtesy of the Edmonds Historical Museum, unless otherwise noted. Descriptions of Edmonds history for the Stages of History panels and the website include information from copyrighted articles by Larry Vogel, originally published in the original Patch online newspaper, Edmonds: The First Century by Archie Satterfield (1990), and Edmonds: The Gem of Puget Sound by Ray V. Cloud (1983), and use restrictions apply. Other information sources include individual interviews and information supplied by the Edmonds Historical Museum.  Please contact the City of Edmonds Arts Office at 425-771-0228 with any corrections to information on the website or for inquiries regarding specific sources of copyrighted material.  

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The City of Edmonds Arts Commission 
ph. 425-771-0228

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email: eac@edmondswa.gov

The City of Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission
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The Edmonds Historical Museum 
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