Northwest Railway Museum
The Northwest Railway Museum is the crown jewel of Historic Downtown Snoqualmie. People come from all over the world to ride the train and visit the depot and our new Railway History Campus.
Live history by riding the only steam era passenger train still running in Washington.
Their motto is that the railroad changed everything. The excursions and onsite historians will immerse you in this living history.
Seasonal train events include the Santa Train, Wine Trains, Thomas the Tank Engine and many more.
Over 3 Million people a year make the pilgrimage to Snoqualmie Falls. Views from the observation area and the base of the Falls are breathtaking and iconic to our little corner of the world.
This land is considered to be the most sacred place by the Snoqualmie Tribe and it's easy to see why. The two hundred and sixty eight foot water fall inspires every visitor.
Free parking and free viewing are available between dawn and dusk. Viewpoints are assessable from the upper and lower portions of the Falls.
Historic Downtown Snoqualmie
Historic Downtown Snoqualmie is just 30 minutes from Seattle and steps from the iconic Snoqualmie Falls. Snoqualmie is home to the Northwest Railway Museum and a beautiful historic downtown with vibrant shops, restaurants, ice cream, wine tasting, a local brewery and lots more.
Don't go to the mall for holiday shopping. Spend a day in the country instead with our gift shops, dessert cafes, and famous barbecue.
Sandy Cove Park has long attracted bird watcher plein air painters and nature lovers of all kind.
32 parks dot the landscape. There are endless places for the kids to wander and learn.
The storefronts along Center Boulevard offer unlimited dining options. Pho, Teriyaki, Indian, American pub food, Irish, soft serve desserts and Italian are just a few of the options.
Two sheets of ice are available at Sno King Ice Arena for hockey, figure skating and winter fun year round.
Nestled in Snoqualmie’s suburban core, its a must stop for I-90 travelers.
Dirtfish Rally School puts drivers in a high performance car and gives them three hundred acres to use it. The site, formerly the Wherehouser Mill, attracts enthusiasts from around the globe.
Most Twin Peaks fans know that their building served as the setting for the Sheriff's office, but it's also home to one of the world's best simulator lounges. Each simulator has a wireless force feedback racing wheel and pedal assembly that allows you to experience every jump, bump and shudder while you power your car down one of the many rally stages or race tracks!
If you can be in the Valley in June, make sure to stop by Summerfest, the region's biggest celebration of rally and car culture.