*Temporarily closed* Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s collection of meticulously restored vintage aircraft and classic military machinery set inside a 50,000+ square foot hangar. Absolutely no shortcuts have been taken to restore these classic warbirds to original condition. FHC also has flying demonstrations and tickets are ultra-affordable. Link to page
Flying Squirrel Sports
Flying Squirrel Sports is true fun for the whole family, where the rules of gravity no longer apply! It’s a spring-loaded, urban playground like you’ve never seen before. They offer a variety of attractions that offer fun for all ages, including a huge trampoline court, high-tech mini golf, a birthday party area, dodgeball, battle beams, climbing walls, tetherball, a toddler soft play area, an arcade, a bar and café, and more!
Welcome to Funko’s 17,000 square-foot flagship store, a world built on pure imagination, a land guided by the philosophy that no detail is too small, a universe comprised of characters from countless fandoms, a galaxy of once upon a times and happily ever afters. Breathe the pine fresh air of Wetmore Forest and meet the friendly monsters who live there. Pay a visit to Gotham and trust that the Dark Knight will save you from any fiendish villains lurking nearby. Gawk at Godzilla and the incredible degree of detail in Anime World. Wish upon a star at the Disney castle. Dress warmly for a visit to the planet Hoth. Cast a lumos spell and watch Dumbledore at work. And pay a visit to the Merc with a Mouth and his chimichanga truck.
No place on earth does airplanes like Everett. The Future of Flight Aviation Center is where the Boeing Factory Tour begins. 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. Afterwards, tour the world's largest building by volume – the Boeing Assembly Plant – it's so big that it has its own weather system with rain and clouds.
Be physically active and mentally stimulated as you navigate through High Trek's aerial adventure park that includes a high ropes course and three ziplines. You can walk over aerial bridges, cross tight-rope walks or swing through floating foot loops. Come alone or schedule a group – either way you'll have fun swinging, balancing and climbing!
We were not kidding when we said no place on earth does airplanes like Everett. The Historic Flight Museum is situated at the southwest corner of Paine Field and is home to another jaw-dropping collection of restored classic aircraft.
Everett’s best beach is a small sliver of sand forming a human-made island that acts as a breakwater for the Port of Everett Marina. The Jetty, as it’s known by locals, is home to shallow, warm beaches, tons of wildlife and a bustling kiteboarding scene. There’s a ferry that will take you over in the summer months, otherwise, you’ll need to make friends with someone who owns a boat. If you can find a way over in the off-season, it’s an eerie deserted island teeming with beauty. If you’re visiting Everett in the summer, the Jetty is a must. Trust us.
This indoor climbing gym is located in the heart of downtown and is known as one of the longest-running climbing gyms. It's remained a hub for PNW indoor climbers since the 90s and is fun for people of all ability levels.
Everett’s Angel of the Winds Arena is a 10,000 seat arena and home of the Everett Silvertips Hockey Club. When the ‘Tips aren’t playing there are often other sporting events going on like motocross, gymnastics and curling. Not to mention world-class concerts and performances.