Mukilteo (/ˌmʌkəlˈtiːoʊ/ MUK-əl-TEE-oh), which means "good camping ground," is a waterfront city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The population was 20,254 at the 2010 census. It is on the shore of the Puget Sound, and is the site of a Washington State Ferries terminal linking it to Clinton, on Whidbey Island.
Restaurants in Mukilteo
5 based on 97 reviews
Historic Flight Foundation offers a collection of the most important aircraft produced between 1927 and 1957 - all restored and airborne again.Our mission goes beyond serving as trustees of an era. We want you to experience the roar of our F8F “Wampus Cat” taking off. Watch engineers at work restoring the aircraft to flying condition. Share the rush of viewing international treasures from all angles. Experience history in motion.
Right on the Mukilteo Speedway at Paine Field is HFF. Experience these beautifully displayed and fully restored aircraft. All the planes (13) are airworthy and fly on a regular basis. Take a tour with one of the informative docents and experience these rare birds up close and personal, including getting on board the DC-3 and B-25. This pristine collection features rare planes designed and/or built between 1927 and 1957, a historical sweet spot in the history of aviation development and innovation. The extremely rare P-51B Mustang flew three missions during D-Day and has seven confirmed kills from WWII. A great family outing if you have kids that get wide-eyed whenever they see a plane fly over. This collection is not to be missed!
4.5 based on 230 reviews
Very good shopping here. Liked the Made in Washington shop. Loved the Savory Spice Shop. Nice mix of upscale and middle price shops to choose from. Had a very enjoyable afternoon shopping here. Away from the traffic in the Seattle area and very easy drive to get there.
5 based on 199 reviews
An awesome place to visit for children and parents. We had a blast, visiting from Vancouver BC,we always drove by, finally stopped and stayed,and will do it again. Great place especially for younger kids, but our 8 and 11 year old, had so much fun,(parents as well) especially in the restaurant. Staff inside was awesome however the entry was quite interesting. Make the long story short, arriving at 11:30 am (place opens at 10 am)on Thursday paying and at the cashier for two adults and two kids, bill is $42.80. I hand over a 100 dollar bill and the person casually informs me that she doesn't have change for 100 dollar bill. So I say ok, well since you don't have change maybe I can leave my ID and come back later to settle the bill?? She says ok , ya you can come back later. So I pull out my ID and say OK we go inside and I will come in couple hours to pay for the admission. She says, OH you cannot go inside without paying!!! I say I am trying to pay and I have money but you say you have no change. I asked to speak to a manager. She goes and talks to a manager, who did not even have a face to come out of her little office, but sent a message that here is no money downstairs and also I was told that they start their float with $20 in the till. Yes people appearantly place this big starts with 20 dollar float.!!! Anyways, we collected some small bills and change and charged the rest to a credit card, which was exactly what I did not want to do because of the exchange, but anyways, no help from the front desk, or management. Very poor, in normal situation I would just turn and walk away, but since you have kids and that is what you came here for I could not. And they obviously know that!!! So make sure even you come with money have small bills!!! Have fun, the place is awesome, kids love the music show in log cabin!!!!
5 based on 4 reviews
Nice to see a wine shop/wine bar on the main drag in town center. Adds a little tranquil sophistication? Not sure there are enough that appreciates this place amongst the demographic....
Nice selection of wines by the glass.
Food offerings mainly as accompaniments to the wines. The usual (not in a bad way) baked brie, cheese plates etc.
5 based on 222 reviews
The aircraft, vehicles and artifacts in the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum are rare treasures of military technology — a testament to the era’s engineering skill and humanity’s spirit during the world conflicts of the 20th century. On rotation in our working hangar are military artifacts from the United States, Britain, Germany, Soviet Union and Japan, acquired by Paul G. Allen and restored with unparalleled authenticity to share with the public. FHCAM is operated by Friends of Flying Heritage, a 501(c)(3) organization committed to educating people about these rare historic aircraft and artifacts. The museum is currently experiencing rapid growth, bringing in exciting new wonders like the Republic F-105 Thunderchief, de Havilland Mosquito and dozens of new artifacts in 2017.
World Class collection of WW2 aircraft. Most are maintained for flight and are flown by museum personnel. Museum docents/guides in many cases have flown the aircraft they are describing. Some of the aircraft are the only examples in the world still flying. The FW 190 with the original BMW engine is an example. Their collection of combat vehicles is no less interesting often including specific vehicle history.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Located approximately 25 miles north of Seattle, The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is the only public tour of a commercial jet assembly plant in North America. Explore the interactive exhibits and displays in our 28,000-square-foot Aviation Center Gallery; then take a 90-minute tour of the Boeing plant where you can watch 747s, 777s, or 787 Dreamliners being assembled right before your eyes. There is a minimum height requirement of 4 feet (122 cm) for children participating in the Boeing Tour. To avoid disappointment please make sure to check height before purchasing tickets. This restriction is strictly enforced. ADA accessible tours are offered twice daily. Call in advance to ensure proper accommodations. In the Future of Flight Aviation Center Gallery, the Family Zone is home to a number of different activities, all designed around a theme of aircraft manufacturing and assembly. Activity carts let visitors build a simple aircraft model, or use our Lego (and Lego-compatible) pieces to express new ideas about aircraft design. A kid-sized airport and aircraft allow future pilots of all ages to practice their take-offs and landings. Currently, the Family Zone is also home to a highly engaging, hands-on nanotechnology exhibit, and a Bernoulli Table, an exciting interactive experience that teaches the relationship between the velocity of air and the pressure it exerts. Coloring and reading activities are also available, and drop-ins are welcome. Admission is free for ticket holders and for Institute of Flight members.
Must visit place for your west coast trip...please book in Advance and enjoy 90 minutes of amazing tour.
4.5 based on 369 reviews
The Mukilteo light house and park are absolutely beautiful! You can stroll around the lighthouse, then go play on the beach and in the park. Nice picnic tables allow you to eat 'not' in the sand. Bring a couple extra bucks, as it is pay parking. You can spend hours here, if you want to just relax a bit!
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Made the approximate 1 mile hike on a beautiful (and rare) sunny day in October. A quick drive through towns (and a neighborhood) leads you to a nice little parking lot....emphasis on small. There are signs saying that if you aren't parked in a stall, you may get towed. The hike down is very nice with a variety of different trees. Wear good shoes because the trail is gravel covered and steep. Poor fitting shoes will warm up your feet. The beach is very nice in a Pacific Northwest type of way. We didn't get to experience it, but a lot of people were heading down to the beach to catch sunset as we were leaving. The hike up is very steep (although relatively short) so you want to be ready for that. It was a great hike that I'll repeat if we are in that neck of the woods again. There are portable bathrooms at the top and bottom for those in need.
5 based on 68 reviews
Amazed by the high quality and variety of art by local and regional artists. From old rusted saws and shovels turned into yard art, to pottery, paintings, photography, handcrafted jewelry, hand-blown glass, and miniature creations, art lovers won't be disappointed.
Visited the Schack for the first time with 3 teenage granddaughters & 81 year-old mother. All enjoyed touring the gallery, and watching artisans form their creations in the fire ovens.
Street parking is free. Entrance to the Center is free, though there is a donation box near the door.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We live close by, so have been a few times.
Ratings 1-10 (10 would be like Canlis and 8 would be like "the Keg" quality)
Parking=7...can park in the park next to the restaraunt...have to dodge ferry traffic though
Variety of menu=7
Cobb Salad=5...Edible..fairly fresh
Mac and cheese=4 from me and 8 from my twentysomething kids
Hot rock (cook your own meat) meals=2 from my wife or 7 from my kids
Service=5....Not terrible, but not very attentive...have to flag them down..(Unless you buying booze!)
All in all, not my cup of tea but my 80 year old mom and my kids in their 20s like it
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