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When is the next Tour?

The NEXT Tour is scheduled for July 16 & 17, 2022

We hope to see you there....

Who are we?

The Mukilteo Garden and Quilt Tour is an all volunteer, non-profit group comprised of the members of the Mukilteo Way Garden Club and the Mukilteo Lighthouse Quilters guild.  We team up every two years for this showcase event in the city of Mukilteo benefiting the charitable goals of the two organizations. 

Thanks to the City of Mukilteo for their support of this event through partial funding from Lodging and Community Support Grants.

When will tickets be available?

Tickets will be available in June 2022:  Online or at our select supporting retailers!



Where can I buy tickets?

Our Ticket Brochure is your multi-page guide for the Tour. It includes the map of garden locations, descriptions of the gardens, and information about each quilt.

Many of your favorite nurseries, quilt shops and local retailers have Ticket Brochures for advance purchase.   At these locations, you can purchase your Ticket Brochure.   But don't forget to visit the Raffle tables at our Rosehill Community Center Tour Headquarters.  Please check this website for our list of retail ticket locations.  Retailer advance purchase will close at 3PM on Friday, July 15.

Tickets may also be purchased here online in advance for $15 in June via credit card or Paypal.  Please select the secure "Paypal" site to make your ticket purchase with either a Paypal account or your credit card.  Online ticket purchasers should print their purchase receipt from the resulting email received from "Service@paypal.com" and present that along with ID at the ticket WILL CALL desk at Tour Headquarters to receive your Ticket Brochure. Tour headquarters is open and located at Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave., Mukilteo, during Tour hours only (Saturday 11-4; Sunday 11-4).  Online advance ticket advance orders will be closed after 9PM on Friday, July 15. (No tickets will be mailed. The multi-page Tour booklet is not available online)

IF Pre-sales have not exceed the max attendance before the Tour, tickets will be available for $20 at the Tour headquarters:  Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave, Mukilteo. Tour Headquarters will be open from 11-4 Saturday and 11-4 Sunday, only.  Check back at the website home page for announcement of a sell-out!

PLEASE do not contact the Mukilteo City Recreation Department, City of Mukilteo or Rosehill Community Center for Tour information or ticket purchases. They are not directly involved in the Tour and it is an imposition on their work day to call. We are a separate non-profit organization.

The number of tickets is limited, so we advise advance purchase!  Ticket sales could cut off early in the situation of a SELL OUT!  The Tour is presented RAIN or SHINE!  Ticket purchases are non-refundable.

Tickets bought Online: What next?

Thanks for ordering your Ticket Brochure online!

Your ticket can be used either or both days to visit each garden one time.

No tickets are mailed; your  multi-page Tour Ticket Brochure is waiting for you at our WILL CALL desk at Tour Headquarters Saturday and Sunday 11-4. Headquarters is at Rosehill Community Center; 304 Lincoln Ave; Mukilteo 98275

As you drive into Mukilteo, stay in the left "local traffic lanes" and DO NOT get trapped in the ferry traffic lane on the right!

The ticket brochure has the map, garden and quilt descriptions, raffle information and local information on parking and restrooms.

Mukilteo has lots of great restaurants for a lunch break; ask at any garden to check our list of restaurants and get recommendations. Our fabulous raffle is laid out at Rosehill Center.  Review the Raffle page on our website to see what you can win for a $1 ticket!

Tickets bought at a retail sponsor: What next?

Thanks for buying your ticket at one of our retail sponsors!

You are in possession of the multi-page Ticket Brochure so you have a map, garden and quilt descriptions and other general information about our Tour. 

Your ticket can be used either or both days to visit each garden one time.

As you drive into Mukilteo, stay in the left "local traffic lanes" and DO NOT get trapped in the ferry traffic lane on the right!

Don't forget to take a lunch break at a local restaurant. Ask at any of the gardens to review our list of restaurants or get a recommendation.

Rosehill Community Center has our fabulous raffle!  Your brochure has a list of items that you have a chance to win for a $1 ticket. Also, you can review the Raffle tab on our website.

Where can I stay over to enjoy the second day of the Tour?

There are several hotels with attractive discount rates and programs for the Tour timeframe.  Please select the Hotel Accommodations page from our menu.

Who needs a ticket?

Tickets provide admission to each garden, one time only over the two days of the Tour. All adults and children (except infants in arms) will have their ticket marked at each garden entrance.

How many gardens are on the tour?

In 2022, we will feature SIX select residential gardens and also there will be a curated Quilt Show at the gallery INSIDE Rosehill Community Center .

How many people attend the Tour?

The number of tickets is limited to 1,000.  Our two day event is a self - guided tour throughout the community.  The map provided and street signage allows for flexibility for patrons to travel between gardens in any order to accommodate easier parking and access.

May I bring my stroller, wheelchair, or pet?

Sorry, these are private residential gardens which cannot provide accommodations for wheelchairs, strollers or pets.

When will the gardens be open?

The Tour hours are 11 AM to 4PM on both Saturday, July 16, AND Sunday, July 17,  2022

May I visit both days?

Yes, take your time to see all the gardens over the two days of the show.  However, entrance to each garden is allowed only once.

What about parking?

These residential gardens have support for on street parking in their neighborhood location.  If you cannot find an opening, please continue to an adjacent garden and return at your leisure.  If you have a GPS device and your ticket map, you may also consider an alternate plan to visit the gardens in any order. 

Our garden selection this year in Old Town Mukilteo could be entirely walkable! Bring water and wear comfortable shoes!

May I take photos?

Yes, feel free to take as many pictures as you would like for your personal use.  If you would like to submit a photo for possible selection for our next Mukilteo Garden and Quilt Tour poster, please contact us through the website. For our Tour poster, we look for a colorful and balanced display of quilt and garden features.

Will there be restroom facilities?

Your Tour Ticket Brochure map has public restroom facilities noted on the map.

Public Restrooms are located at

·        Mukilteo Library-4675 Harbour Pointe Blvd

·        Lighthouse Park -608 Front Street

·        92nd Street Park -92nd Street and Mukilteo Speedway

·        Rosehill Community Center– Location A on map

Tell me about the RAFFLE?

On Tour days only, our Raffle will be located at our headquarters: Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave. Mukilteo. Raffle items will please both gardeners and quilters.

  • The tickets are only $1 (or 6 for $5). This is a "Fishbowl" style raffle where you can place any or all of your tickets in the bin for the specific item you hope to win.

  • Make sure you clearly write your name and contact phone number or email on the ticket before depositing

  • Drawing will be held at 4:15PM on Sunday, July 18

  • Winners do not need to be present to win

  • Arrangements must be made to pick up the prizes from the Raffle (or donor where stated).  A Tour volunteer will contact winners to arrange for the pick up.

  • Sorry, we cannot ship prizes

Thanks to our supporters and retail ticket sales partners for contributing these fantastic prizes!

Check our RAFFLES page in the ticket brochure for a list of our prizes!


Will there be quilts for sale?

YES!  Several quilts that are on display in the gardens are marked "For Sale" with various prices and are indicated in the Ticket Brochure.   If you would like to purchase one of these quilts, please indicate your interest to the quilt manager in that garden.  She will note your name and contact information.  Full payment for the quilt purchase must  be made at Tour Headquarters at Rosehill Community Center by cash or credit card (sorry no checks!). 

Because several buyers may be interested in the same quilt, the first purchaser to complete the payment at Rosehill will be able to pick up the quilt after the show Sunday or by arrangement.  When payment is received, the cashier for the Tour at Rosehill will contact the garden quilt manager to mark that quilt as SOLD and make note of the buyer on their record card.  10% of the proceeds are retained by the Tour, 90% is paid to the crafter.