Smith & Vallee Gallery

Edison, Washington

Seen as the gateway to the inland empire, the historic town of Edison was established in 1869 as a hub of trade. Through the years, Edison has known many incarnations as logging port, home to a salmon fishing fleet, farming community, and art mecca. Edison today has retained many of it's turn-of-the-century buildings and small town charm.

BUSINESSES INCLUDE: Smith & Vallee Gallery, Shop Curator, the Edison Eye Gallery, The Lucky Dumpster, The Breadfarm, Farm to Market Bakery, Slough Food, the Edison Inn, and the Longhorn Saloon. Overnight accommodations are available at The Skagit Ridge Hotel, The Stone Cottage, Alice Bay Bed and Breaksfast, and Samish Point by the Bay.

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