April 4, 2018 / Lara Dunning / Small Town Washington

What I Wish Everyone Knew About Lynden, Washington

The small town of Lynden, Washington makes for an ideal getaway. Founded by Dutch and Scandinavian settlers and surrounded by farm fields with mountain views, its historic downtown has a windmill, unique inns, restaurants, shops, an art center, a museum, and nearby are parks, ice cream shops, and a distillery. This small town most certainly deserves an overnight stay, but if you only have time for a day trip, it is a 30-minute drive from Bellingham, a two-hour drive from Seattle, and if you are coming from British Columbia it is a ten-minute drive from Candian/US border cross on Route 13. Read full feature here. 

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