La Conner, Washington is a small community that sits right on the Swinomish Channel where it flows out to Puget Sound. The town is famous for being a quaint setting where you can go to get a real small town feel while still being in the very urban Puget Sound region. Though it’s small, there is no shortage of things to do should you be lucky enough to visit La Conner.
Things To Do In La Conner
La Conner has a very strong tie to the history and arts communities. There are even local festivals centered around these two interests. Some of the local attractions include the La Conner quilt and Textile Museum, the Museum of Northwest Art, Skagit County Historical Museum, Bearfoot Art Glass Studio, Pioneer Park, and several great wineries, shops, and antique stores. When you visit La Conner you can also get out on the local water, take walks along the Swinomish Channel, and even drive out across Deception Pass Bridge and explore Whidbey Island.