La Conner is a town located in the state of Washington, United States. Mount Vernon, WA – Anacortes, WA Metropolitan Statistical Area is its part. Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a famous festival of this town that held every year in April.
The town of La Conner was founded in 1867. Initially, the town was known by the name of its post office Swinomish. In 1870, the name of the town was changed to La Conner which was named after Louisa Ann Conner, the wife of J.S. Conner who purchased the trading post of settlement in 1869. Once, the Skagit County was its county seat.
La Conner in Washington is situated at 48°23′26″N 122°29′44″W. As per the United States Census Bureau, the total area covered by this town is 0.51 square miles, out of which 0.41 square miles is covered by land and the remaining 0.10 square miles is covered by water.
This town has lots of famous places where people love to visit such as Museum of Northwest Art, Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, La Conner Rainbow Bridge, Nasty Jack’s Antiques, Hellams Vineyard, Skagit County Historical Museum, Pioneer Park, Handmade La Conner, Skagit Cellars, That’s Knot All Artist’s Co-op, Bearfoot Art Glass Studio, Silver Bell Winery, Expressions Fine Art Gallery, The Norwester Museum, Kukutali Preserve, etc.
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