If you grew up in Washington, you’re probably familiar with the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. That festival, while often crowded and busy, is a beautiful, colorful experience. But what many Washingtonians don’t know is that the tulips aren’t the only thing blooming in the Skagit Valley, and you may want to make a trip in late March instead of April.

In between exploring these stunning daffodil fields, make sure to take plenty of time to check out the charming little city of La Conner.

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