There are 18 Museums in Snohomish County, Washington, serving a population of 771,904 people in an area of 2,087 square miles. There is 1 Museum per 42,883 people, and 1 Museum per 115 square miles.
In Washington, Snohomish County is ranked 37th of 39 counties in Museums per capita, and 9th of 39 counties in Museums per square mile.
Find Snohomish County, Washington museums, such as art museums and galleries, childrens museums, natural history museums, science centers and discovery museums.
Blackmans Museum 118 Avenue B Snohomish, WA
Cascadia Art Museum 190 Sunset Avenue Edmonds, WA
Childrens Museum of Tacoma 1501 Pacific Avenue Everett, WA
Edmonds Historical Museum 118 5th Avenue North Edmonds, WA
Fogdog Gallery 233 North Olympic Avenue Arlington, WA
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour 8415 Paine Field Boulevard Mukilteo, WA
Granite Falls Historical Museum 109 East Union Street Arlington, WA
Imagine Childrens Museum 1502 Wall Street Everett, WA
Index Historical Society / Picket Museum 510 Avenue A Index, WA
Lake Stevens Historical Museum 1802 124th Avenue Northeast Lake Stevens, WA
Museum of Flight Restoration 2909 100th Street Southwest Everett, WA
Northlight Gallery at Everett Community College 2000 Tower Street Everett, WA
Norwesco Telephone Pioneer Museum 1508 3rd Street Marysville, WA
Pearson House Museum 27108 102nd Avenue Northwest Stanwood, WA
Seattle Veterans Museum 2711 Oakes Avenue Everett, WA
Skagits Education Museum 21416 Calhoun Road Monroe, WA
Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers Museum 20722 67th Avenue Northeast Arlington, WA
Western Heritage Center 14405 179th Avenue Southeast Monroe, WA
Snohomish County Museums contain a collection of scientific, historical, cultural, or artistic artifacts, specimens, and objects, usually housed within a single building or campus, which is used for research and public education in Snohomish County, WA. A Museum's collection is both a reflection of prior research efforts and the subject of current and future research. Snohomish County Museums also make collections and research accessible to the public, at least in part, through Snohomish County exhibits and educational programs. Museums and their collections may be focused on any one of a vast array of disciplines. Museums in Snohomish County can serve relatively narrow fields of interest or cover a wide terrain of subject matter.You may contact Museums for questions about: