AAA Editor Notes
Heritage Park is e. of I-5 exit 181 at 19921 Poplar Way. Historic buildings include the 1919 Wickers Building, the first general store for the community that was then called Alderwood Manor. The South Snohomish County Visitor Information Center has displays pertaining to the Alderwood Manor and Lynnwood. Wickers Museum, housed in the storekeeper's original second-floor apartment, features original artifacts from the general store. An adjacent structure houses the restored Interurban Trolley Car 55, which provided daily service between Seattle and Everett for nearly 30 years before shutting down in 1939.

Also in the park are the 1919 Humble House and the Superintendent's Cottage and Water Tower, part of the demonstration farm.

Tours: Guided tours of Interurban Trolley Car 55 are available.

Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.

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