Superintendent's Cottage

Superintendent's Cottage at Heritage Park

The Superintendent’s Cottage and the Water Tower are the only surviving structures from the Demonstration Farm built in 1917 by the Puget Mill Company. The 33-acre Demonstration Farm was located along the Interurban Railway which was in the general vicinity of Lynnwood's I-5 interchange at 196th St SW. The cottage was equipped with an underground electric system that connected to the Interurban. The Lynnwood-Alderwood Manor Heritage Association rescued the cottage during interchange construction in 1997 and relocated it to the park. The cottage has been faithfully renovated by LAMHA and many community volunteers.

Lynnwood-Alderwood Manor Heritage Association & Museum

11am – 3pm Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Lynnwood-Alderwood Manor Heritage Association

The Heritage Resource Center, located in the Superintendent’s Cottage, offers public access to resource materials related to the historic community of Alderwood Manor. Owned and operated by the Lynnwood-Alderwood Manor Heritage Association (LAMHA), the cottage features rotating exhibits, archives of photographs, newspapers and manuscripts, oral histories, books and reference materials. Cottage docents are on hand to guide visitors and provide historical perspective.


19921 Poplar Way, Lynnwood 98036  View Map

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