The City of Lynnwood is committed to providing timely and accurate information and resources related to the Coronavirus / COVID-19.
The Superintendent's Cottage and Northwest Veterans Museum have reopened for visitors. Sno-Isle Genealogical Society is accepting visitors by appointment only.
The Mission of Heritage Park is to interpret the heritage of Lynnwood and the neighborhoods which once formed the community of Alderwood Manor.
Interurban Car No. 55
The Heritage Park Docent Program is part of the City of Lynnwood Volunteer Program. We believe that volunteers enhance our ability to maintain and improve the quality of life in our community. We count on our volunteers and their dedication to help provide those services that best meet the diverse needs of the community.
The Heritage Park Docent Program connects the talents of volunteers to the needs of our residents and visitors. As a Heritage Park docent, you will help make the history of Lynnwood come alive for visitors with tours of Heritage Park and Interurban Car No. 55. If you would like to volunteer as a docent at Heritage Park, please contact the docent coordinator Fred Wong or 425-670-5502.
There are many exciting ways that you can contribute to the continuing development of Heritage Park. Tax-deductible donations are gratefully accepted by the Lynnwood Parks & Recreation Foundation for the following projects:
Memorial bricks orders for 2020 have closed. To place a memorial brick order for 2021, or for more information on how to donate to Heritage Park, contact Elena Flesher at 425-670-5505 or eflesher@LynnwoodWA.gov.
Memorial Plaza in front of the trolley can be reserved for small organized events such as weddings, reunions, parties, etc. The size of the event is limited by the available 32 parking spaces including two handicapped stalls and three bus stalls. Carpooling is encouraged. Public restrooms are available. Small informal gatherings are welcome and reservations are not necessary. However if you plan to have a large gathering (25+ people) in the park, please call 425-670-5502 to make a reservation.
"Gentle Encounter" - Artist: Louise McDowell. Bronze sculptures of children and chickens.
19921 Poplar Way, Lynnwood 98036 View Map
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Lynnwood's parks are open dawn to dusk.Heritage Park Museums and Buildings are open 11am-3pm Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
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