Plan Your Visit
Cascadia Art Museum is proud to call Edmonds home
We invite you to expand your visit to Cascadia by taking advantage of all that Edmonds has to offer. Edmonds has a rich art culture, so much so that it was proclaimed Washington State’s first Creative District.
Edmonds can also boast about it’s natural beauty. A walk on the mile-long waterfront walkway allows visitors to take in sandy beaches and spectacular views of Puget sound and the Olympic Mountains.
And of course, there is downtown Edmonds with its many shops, boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. Check out this article from the Seattle Times on the many wonderful businesses in Edmonds to help plan your visit.
Please use these helpful links to help plan your next visit to Cascadia.
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- Please be respectful of the following guidelines when visiting the Museum:
- Please leave backpacks and large bags in your vehicle or in the Museum coatroom.
- Please do not touch the art. Even the slightest touch can, over time, cause damage to painted surfaces, wood, stone, metal, glass or plaster.
- Food and beverages, including baby bottles and cups with lids, are not permitted in the galleries.
- Pens are not permitted in the galleries. Pencils are available upon request for note-taking and sketching.
Cascadia Art Museum has a large, easily accessible parking lot. Parking is free for three hours. The parking lot monitors issue warnings/tickets after three hours on site.
Cascadia Art Museum is fully accessible to all, and our friendly volunteers are here to open doors and even hold umbrellas, for those who may need additional assistance. There is ample room to drop off visitors in front of the main entrance near the wheelchair ramp. Complimentary wheel chair is available upon request.
Edmonds is just 20 minutes from both Seattle and Paine Field Regional Airport. Cascadia is an easy destination by train, bus or ferry and we have ample parking waiting for you when you arrive.
From I-5 North or South
- Take Exit 177
- Follow WA 104 toward the Kingston Ferry
- Stay right toward the Kingston Ferry
- Go straight through the light at Dayton street
- Take your first left into Salish Crossing
- Free parking is available throughout the Salish Crossing lot
Routes 116-W, 130-W, 196-W, and 416N all stop at 1778 Dayton St & Sunset Ave. To plan your trip, visit here.
SOUND TRANSIT, AMTRAK & WA STATE FERRIES
Sound Transit, Amtrak, and WA State Ferries all have stops just a short walk from Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds. We recommend you make your plans early and secure reservations.
The Port of Edmonds Marina offers guest moorage within walking distance of Cascadia Art Museum. The Port also offers courtesy shuttles.