Northwest Railway Museum
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  • Hours

    Snoqualmie Depot grounds open daily, Depot Bookstore open 10 AM -5 PM daily. (Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's Day.) Railway History Center open during train season and by appointment.

  • Cost

    $10 - $20, under 2 ride free. Day Out With Thomas & Santa Train $22-$26

  • Children Ages

    1 year to Adult

Northwest Railway Museum

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The Northwest Railway Museum provides weekend train excursions about historic coaches April 1 - October. Each Saturday and Sunday through October*, the Museum offers scenic rides through the Cascade Foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls and include a stop at the Train Shed Exhibit building, too. Round-trip excursions are 2 hours long. Visitors can board in Snoqualmie, 38625 SE King Street, 11am, 1pm, or 3pm, or in North Bend, 205 McClellan Street, 11:30am or 1:30 pm. There is a 30 minute ride from Snoqualmie to the top of Snoqualmie falls at 4:25pm. Tickets are: $10-$20,under 2 ride free. For more info: or call (425) 888-3030.
Special tours of the Snoqualmie Depot, Train Shed Exhibit building and the Conservation and Restoration Center are available during spring and summer.
Special events are hosted throughout train season and include: Mothers Ride Free (Mother’s Day Weekend) and Fathers Ride Free (Father’s Day Weekend), Grandparents’ Grand Excursion, Halloween Train, Santa Train® and Day Out with Thomas.

Day Out With Thomas tickets go on sale in February and Santa Train tickets go on sale in August.
The depot and bookstore are open 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM daily.
*Regular round-trips suspended during Day Out With Thomas.

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Preschool feild trip


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"In May 2011 we brought our class of 3-5 year olds and 18 month - 3 yrs, on a field trip. It was a lot of fun they had different activity stations such as a drawing area, reading a story area, and a train ride, I also learned a few things about trains in a classroom section of the trip. Everyone had a great time. "

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