Welcome to the Mukilteo Garden & Quilt Tour
Where beautiful gardens host unique quilts


Thank you  2013!

SAVE THE DATE:  July 18, 2015 

The Mukilteo Way Garden Club and Mukilteo Lighthouse Quilters would like to thank our community for supporting the 2013 event.  We especially want to thank our seven garden owners for their generousity in opening their garden gates for all to see and share the bounty of their gardens.  Thanks also go to our sponsors and the local retailers who provided our tickets for sale. 

Please view the slide show of the 2013 event and those from prior years. 

We are looking forward to the third weekend in July, 2015, for our next Tour.

If you would like to submit your garden for consideration as a tour venue, or have interest in joining the Garden Club or Quilt Guild, please email the tour at mgqt2013@gmail.com, or see the "contact us" tab on the website.

What a stellar combination: Spectacular landscaped gardens adorned with traditional and contemporary art quilts!   This event is a MUST SEE for those who love gardening (the #1 national hobby) and/or quilting (the oldest national craft.)  This Tour, a showcase for Mukilteo (rated in the top 10 of "Most Livable Cities"), is  co-sponsored by Mukilteo Lighthouse Quilters and the Mukilteo Way Garden Club.  

Our 4th biennial Garden & Quilt Tour was EXPANDED to a 2-day time frame:  Saturday, July 20, 2013, 11 AM to 4 PM AND Sunday July 21, 12 PM to 4 PM.

Please join us on our self-directed tour by car to our seven garden locations.  There will be over fifty colorful, unique quilts on display in these premier residential gardens in and around Mukilteo, a scenic waterfront community located 25 miles north of Seattle.  The tour is open to the public for an admission fee of $18.

On the days of the Tour, tickets can be purchased for $18 at Rosehill Community Center, our Tour Headquarters for the day.  Raffle tickets for some great gardening and quilt items will also be available all day at Rosehill.

Rosehill Community Center: 304 Lincoln Avenue, Mukilteo.  It is at Third Street and Lincoln, one block east of Mukilteo Speedway (Hwy 525) on Third Street, three blocks up from (south of) the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry dock.

Please note: We are sorry, these private residential gardens are not able to support wheelchair or stroller access.



Thanks for the Comunity support provided by the City of Mukilteo: 

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