Things to Do

Mukilteo Walking Tour
The tour offers a scenic seascape, less than a mile of easy walking, and fourteen pausing points that highlight several interesting features of the human and natural history of the region. The tour is fully accessible and restrooms are readily available. The companion website includes narration for each stop.

Boeing and the Future of Flight Center Tour
Explore the dynamics of flight and experience new aviation innovations. Design your own airplane and have a free picture taken with the Boeing factory in the background in the Gallery. Weekend Family Workshops and the Family Zone: How Planes are Made are perfect for kids of all ages.

Then tour the Boeing Assembly Plant inside the world’s largest building (by volume) to watch Boeing 747, 777 and 787 Dreamliner jets being assembled.

City of Mukilteo Parks & Trails
Experience the views and history at Totem Park, hike Japanese Gulch or Big Gulch, or enjoy the beaches at Lighthouse Park.

Fowler Pear Tree Park
This tree may be the oldest pear tree in the state of Washington, planted by Mukilteo’s first homesteader, Jacob D. Fowler, in 1863.

Japanese Memorial
Mukilteo had a large population of Japanese Americans in the early part of the 1900’s.  This monument honors their contribution to the community.

Pioneer Cemetery
Mukilteo founders and their families are buried in this peaceful location with a view of the Sound.

Xfinity Arena in Everett
Go ice skating, take in a hockey game or a show, or see what’s happening at the Conference Center.

Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival
If you’re visiting in September, take in the 3-day Lighthouse festival which includes a parade, fireworks, artists’ booths, a fishing derby and more.

Mukilteo Farmer’s Market
The Mukilteo Farmers’ Market is designed to bring together families, neighbors, visitors and local food producers to create a sense of community and social gathering, enhancing our quality of life and strengthening our economy. The Farmer’s Market is open 3 – 7 PM every Wednesday from June to September in Lighthouse Park. Parking is free.

Snohomish County Tourism
If you need more ideas for things to do in the Mukilteo area, Snohomish County Tourism lists all kinds of fun activities.