Visit Auburn, Washington

Have you ever wondered about the Big Pacific North West experience?

Well, today we want to introduce to you a gem of a city named Auburn, Washington.

We describe Auburn as a leafy city, with a small town relaxed feel. The city has 34 beautiful parks that you can enjoy with your family, watch a wide range of local bird life, do the workout in or to even just play with your children in the outdoors.

The Interurban Trail runs through Auburn and is very popular with bikers, walkers, runners, and skaters. Skate Sunset Park is a great communal space where parents can watch their kids skate and have a coffee.

Auburn is the home to the Pacific Northwest’s major outdoor concert venue, the White River Amphitheater. During the warmer months, it’s tempting to sit outdoors and enjoy the fresh air with some very talented musical artists and other performances.

One must check out the Auburn golf course, with stunning views from various tee-off points. This picturesque golf course hosts over 50,000 rounds of golf each year.

If you get hungry, Bogey’s Public House restaurant situated at the golf course has a happy hour 7 days a week with 16 craft beers on tap so that you can eat, drink, golf and party.

Take in the smells of Mosby Farms which is a hop, step, and a jump away.

The Outlet Collection is where you can shop until you drop with over 140 specialty stores. It is the biggest mall in the city. This the handy thing about this mall is that if you work up a hunger on your shopping spree, there are many eateries such as Johnny Rockets, Wendy’s, Subway to name the favorites.

Downtown Auburn is the home of many street festivals on during the year. Downtown is a quaint area with brick buildings from a bygone era with a charming 1900s style architecture. The main events during the year are the nationally famous Veterans’ Day and the Good Ol Days festival. After the festivals finish, there are galleries, public art exhibits, museums, and theaters that may be enjoyed that present a large variety of opportunities to learn more regarding the neighborhood culture and art scene and immerse you in Auburn life.

White River Valley Museum is a fascinating place to soak in the town’s history and to bring the family. The museum has started nine new interactive exhibits which allow your kids to smell, climb and explore a path through the exhibition. An example of some of the pieces there is a kid-friendly pint-sized cook tent where you can pretend to cook, Muckleshoot longhouse replica that you can smell and determine scents, mystery boxes, and the trainman’s repair tent. There are a nostalgic horse ride and caboose that the kids are guaranteed to love. Remember to bring coins for the mechanical horse ride. The museum is nearby Mary Olsen Farm, so you can meet the cutest farm animals as well afterward.

Auburn’s Emerald Downs is a racetrack and casino combined and has won a coveted certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor. The racetrack and casino make a fun night out and the location and banquet are truly awesome. The 5th floor features a classy dining and cocktail lounge with the new 2017 renovation.

Directions to Our Auburn Dental Clinic

Getting to stay in Auburn is actually simple. It’s just 15 minutes drive from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport or a 20-minute train ride from Seattle.

If you are looking to stay in Auburn, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to hotels. Their hoteliers are an incredibly welcoming bunch and all hotels are the ideal, convenient base for exploring both the far reaches of Auburn and Puget Sound.

If you need a Dentist in Auburn Wa, check out our Auburn Dental Office.


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