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From malls and major department stores to unique boutiques and souvenir shops, there’s something for every taste and budget.

Everett Mall

1402 S.E. Everett Mall Way
Everett, WA 98208
425-355-1771
www.shopeverettmall.com

Everett Mall, the largest area shopping center, offers an escape from inclement weather. The mall houses a 16-screen movie theater and more than 100 shops under the same roof.

Marina Village

Port of Everett
www.portofeverett.com

Everett’s past as a booming port town is celebrated daily at the Marina Village located along the bay. Styled after a 1890s waterfront marketplace, the village is home to numerous restaurants and specialty stores and, of course, a marina. A schooner departs from the marina taking sightseers on historical tours and cruises.

Oak Harbor Main Street

Downtown Oak Harbor
www.facebook.com/oakharbormainstreet

This historical downtown district next to the water houses local boutiques, restaurants, artisan outlets and other specialty retail stores that please both locals and visitors alike.

Pike Place Market

85 Pike St.
Seattle, WA 98101
206-682-7453
www.pikeplacemarket.org

With more than 9 acres of land and more than 100 years of history, the Pike Place Market represents “The Soul of Seattle.” Opening for business for the first time Aug. 17, 1907, with just eight farmers and their wagons, today Pike Place is America’s premier farmers market. With more than 225 small independent businesses, 225 craftspeople, 85 farmers and a diverse array of restaurants, the market attracts over 10 million visitors a year.

Seattle Premium Outlets

10600 Quil Ceda Blvd.
Tulalip, WA 98271
360-716-3900
www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/seattle

Seattle Premium Outlets features an upscale collection of over 130 designer names from women’s apparel and jewelry to sporting goods. Find BOGO (buy one, get one) deals, deep discounts and deals galore at the outlets. There is also an indoor food court with fast food options and sit-down options.

 

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