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Tourism

Tourism

There is much to see and do while in the Woodinville area. History buffs enjoy perusing through the collection of artifacts, antiques and memorabilia at The Hollywood Schoolhouse, a renovated 1912 historical landmark that has been transformed into a charming event facility.

Discover the region’s agricultural roots at 21 Acres, a unique “agri-urban park,” and spend some time browsing the products of the15-acre Molbak’s nursery, a longstanding horticultural business in town. Sample the fruits of the land at the downtown Woodinville Farmers Market, and then head over to the Redhook Ale Brewery, where guests can tour the facility and cap it off by sampling up to five handcrafted beers. Don’t leave the area ‘til you visit the unique specialty shops of Apple Farm Village.

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Spending time outdoors is a favorite pastime in Woodinville. Anglers regularly visit Cottage Lake Park, golfers hit the links at Bear Creek Country Club and horseback riders have a choice of many equestrian centers and trails. In addition to equestrian use, the popular 10.9-mile Sammamish River Trail is ideal for hiking/walking, biking and rollerblading.

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