Have you discovered Lynnwood yet?
The City of Lynnwood, with help from the Snohomish County Community Heritage Program and the Lynnwood-Alderwood Manor Heritage Association, has created a new website — www.DiscoverLynnwood.com — that lets you explore the history of Lynnwood via the web, smartphone, tablet, or any other device. It’s a great way to learn about key historical locations of Alderwood Manor and Lynnwood, whether from your home or while wandering around town (but don’t use your device while you’re driving!).
Love art? DiscoverLynnwood.com also has an art section to discover public art in the city. There’s even art related to the history of Alderwood Manor!
What’s your favorite history or art site on DiscoverLynnwood? Was your favorite history or art site in the city missed? Let everyone know about either in our comments section below!
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Of course, I’m partial to the sites in the Meadowdale area: Keeler’s Korner, the Sno-King drive-in, and the Upper Meadowdale school, which is across from Beverly Elementary on 168th. And the school building practically still looks the same, all these years later!
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