Everett (Washington)

Hewitt Ave Historic District

Everett is a city in the Puget Sound region of Washington State located 28mi/45km north of Seattle and 115mi/184km south of Vancouver BC.

Get in

By car

By train

Both the Sound Transit Sounder and Amtrak operate from the same station at the   Everett Station at 3201 Smith Ave. The waiting area and ticketing desk for Amtrak are in the lobby of the building while the ticket machines and the Orca Card transponders for the Sound Transit Sounder trains are inside the building and out at the loading platform:

By bus

The bus transit center for Sound Transit, Community Transit, Everett Transit and Skagit Transit is located next to the Everett Station Building (3201 S Smith) at the southside. Greyhound and Northwestern Trailways' ticket desks and waiting area are in the lobby, inside the building while their buses use Bays A1 & A2 in the bus transit center:

  • Rt#510,512 Rt #510 goes direct to downtown Seattle from the Everett Station along I-5 during the morning rush hour and return to Everett during the afternoon/evening rush hours. Bus continues north to Hewitt & Virginia Ave through downtown Everett in the other direction. Rt #512 runs the same route, in both directions, during the middle of the day, evenings and weekends only with additional stops in the South Everett Transit Station, Ash Way P&R, Lynnwood TC, Mountlake Terrace, NE 145th @ I-5 and NE 45th @ I-5 (nearest stop to UW).
  • Rt#513 Rt #513 goes to downtown Seattle from Evergreen & S 79th and Eastmonk P&R in the southside of town. Transfer to Everett Transit #7 bus going northbound on Evergreen Hwy (Hwy 99) to get from Evergreen & S 79th to downtown and the Everett Station.
  • Rt#532 goes down to downtown Bellevue via Ash Way P&R, Canyon Park, NE 195th @ I-405 and Totem Lake

By plane

Unless you have great connections to allow you to fly into and out of Everett's Paine Field the nearest airport for most people using commercial flights is at   Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SeaTac) (IATA: SEA) located 45mi/72km south of Everett. Sea-Tac airport serves much of the greater Seattle Metropolitan area and the Pacific NW. The next nearest airport is at Bellingham International Airport located 66mi/106km north of Everett. Options besides taxi/limo or rental car are:

Get around

By bus


Boeing 767 being built in Boeing's Everett factory


At Paine Field, you can tour Boeing's huge assembly plant where most of their airplanes are built, as well as a few adjacent independent museums. However, if you only have time for one aviation museum on your trip, you might consider skipping this in favor of the Museum of Flight in Renton, which is much larger and engaging than the Boeing tour.








Go next

Routes through Everett

Vancouver Mount Vernon  N  S  Edmonds Seattle
Seattle Edmonds  W  E  Leavenworth Spokane
Bellingham (Washington) Marysville  N  S  Mukilteo Seattle
END  W  E  Snohomish Wenatchee
END  N  S  Mukilteo Seattle
Coupeville Clinton - Mukilteo car ferry  N  S  END at Jct &

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