Getting Here | Lynnwood Washington
By Land….By Sea….By Air
Lynnwood is located 20 minutes north of Seattle at the junction of I-5 and I-405, making it one of the most convenient and centrally located destinations for exploring the North Puget Sound. Whether you arrive by plane, car, train or bus, Lynnwood is “easy access”.
All roads lead to Lynnwood…Interstate 5 connects Portland, Seattle, Lynnwood, Everett and continues North to Vancouver British Columbia. Interstate 405, the major east-west highway from Spokane starts in Lynnwood for easy access to Walla-Walla and Washington wine country.
Have you ever taken a ferry boat ride? What a beautiful way to start you exploration of the Puget Sound! Lynnwood is just a few short minutes from Puget Sound beaches and the Edmonds Ferry Terminal. Hop aboard a Washington State Ferry for a scenic 30 minute trip to Kingston and the Olympic Peninsula, home of the popular Twilight Tours. Or travel 10 minutes north and board the ferry in Mukilteo for a short trip to Whidbey Island where you can sample local Penn Cove muscles and delicious Washington wines.
Many visitors arrive in the Puget Sound via air. Visitors to the Puget Sound region appreciate the amenities that can be found at the newly remodeled Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) Ground transportation is available from the airport to Lynnwood via Shuttle Express, limousine or taxi. The Sounder express train runs from the airport to Seattle. Public bus transit will easily bring you from Seattle to Lynnwood.
The romance of rail travel! Board Amtrak passenger train in Los Angeles, or points north and relax as the scenic country side, ocean beaches and rolling hills slide by. As you travel north the beaches become more rugged, the hillsides grow more mountainous and the scrub and live oaks yield to dense evergreen forests. Arrive in Edmonds and a hotel shuttle will meet you to take you to you lodging in Lynnwood. You can also board the train in Edmonds, 5 miles west of Lynnwood and enjoy a day trip to Vancouver British Columbia. The 3 hour train excursion passes along the rugged Puget Sound coast. Watch for sea birds and other wildlife.
However you choose to get here, you will find Lynnwood the perfect home base for exploring all the wonders of the Pacific Northwest!