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If you are fascinated by airplanes, then take this tour of the Boeing Everett factory. Housing the Boeing flight line, the building measures 472,000,000 cubic feet. See airplanes in various stages of manufacture. Follow the mighty 747 from start to completion. Tours are conducted in English and last one hour. Photos and video cameras are not permitted. Children under four feet, two inches tall (127 centimeter) are not allowed on the tour.
Though it is about a half-hour drive out of downtown Seattle, this farm is a favorite destination for school field trips from all over the area, and it is no secret why. The folks here have created a wonderful, fun learning environment for all kids up through teenage years. The affordable admission will get you a pumpkin, tour and small meal. Other events include the Antique Tailgate Show, Country Primitive Antique Show and Sale, and the Harvest Bazaar.
Built in 1894, the Neely Mansion features on the National Register of Historic Places. This Victorian style home in Auburn, after signs of deterioration, was well restored by the community locals. This mansion was later used by the Drama Department of a city school and is now administered by a historical society.
Thomas Family Farm, one of the finest event venues in Snohomish, plays host to everything from weddings and fairs to exhibitions and community events throughout the year. Food festivals, movie screenings, paintball and beer fest are some of the major fun events hosted here. Jeep tours of this huge farm are offered for those who wish to explore its beauty in depth. Apart from playing host to numerous events, Thomas Family Farm is also known for its amazing pumpkin and corn maze patch.
The Point No Point Light is is a monumental lighthouse site situated on the western region of the Puget Sound. It was initially lit in the year 1879. Further, it was automated in 1977. Established on a masonry foundation, the structure is built by utilizing brick and stucco elements. It towers to a height of 30 foot (9.1 meters). The site is more significant due to the fact that it is the oldest lighthouse on the Puget Sound.
Inaugurated in 1982 in the historic City Hall building, located on East Main Street in Monroe, the Monroe Historical Society & Museum is a popular tourist attraction and local history museum. Featuring a wide range of local historical artifacts that highlight and pay tribute to the rich heritage of the region, this museum witnesses thousands of tourists every year. This history museum also preserves a huge repertoire of important documents, books and other literary works within its premises that are restricted from public viewing. The Monroe Historical Museum's much acclaimed self-guided walking tour is also a favorite among tourists.