10 Best Dispensaries in Washington State

We’re in an exciting time in the history of cannabis. Various levels of legalization are being embraced across the United States, and one state after another has eased or ended prohibition allowing for the sale of medicinal or recreational cannabis. As a result, dispensaries are popping up all over the place. If you live in or are visiting Washington State, you might be wondering – what are Washington’s best dispensaries?

10 Best Dispensaries in Washington State

1. Have a Heart – Skyway Seattle

Known for its friendly service, knowledgeable budtenders, expansive selection, and low pricing.

2. World of Weed – Tacoma

Convenient location, late-night hours of operation, outstanding selection, and plenty of parking.

3. Kush 21 – Burien

Friendly service, massive selection, and its proximity to the airport makes it convenient for on the go travelers. 

4. Emerald Haze Cannabis Emporium – Renton

Hailed for its classy, comfortable atmosphere. And once Snoop Dogg went there.

5. Cannabis & Glass – Spokane

High quality flowers at some of the best prices you can find. 

6. Diego Pellicer – South Seattle

Its gorgeous space reminds more of a jewelry store or luxury hotel than a pot store. 

7. Have a Heart – Belltown Seattle

Great atmosphere, friendly service, and convenient location near sites like the Pike Place Market or the Seattle Center. 

8. Agate Dreams – Poulsbo

Owned and operated by the Suquamish Tribe, customers love the scenic Olympic Peninsula location.

9. Rainier Cannabis – Mountlake Terrace

Dedicated to providing great service and great deals, customers have hailed the “420 Special”, which offers four grams for $20. 

10. 2020 Solutions Iron St. – Bellingham

Highly knowledgeable, friendly staff along with an expansive selection that is updated daily. The convenient location doesn’t hurt either.


Last December, America officially legalized hemp with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. The new law is a game-changer for the agricultural industry in America as farmers can now start growing and selling the non-intoxicating cannabis crop across the country. But it will be a while before the United States can top the world's biggest hemp producer.

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