Northwest Railway Museum train rides begin on April 1

  • Written by Valley View Staff

It’s Not Just A Train Ride at the Northwest Railway Museum this train season! Beginning on the weekend of April 1-2, visitors can explore more of the Museum’s collection as most* train excursions will include a stop at the Train Shed exhibit building in 2017. With a call of “All aboard!” Northwest Railway Museum visitors can step back in time and experience rail travel as it used to be aboard historic railway cars. The train excursions give visitors a glimpse back in time to discover how railroads influenced settlement and everyday life in Washington state.

Round-trip excursions are two hours long and begin on Saturday, April 1st – no joke! Each Saturday and Sunday through October*, the Northwest Railway Museum offers scenic rides through the Cascade Foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls.

Visitors explore train cars, exhibits, and a Victorian-era depot while following in the footsteps of more than one million travelers who have passed through its doors since 1890. They also experience travel before the age of Interstate highways while seeing, riding and feeling the excitement of a working railroad with all of its bells and whistles. Passengers board the train in Snoqualmie, 38625 SE King Street, beginning at 11 a.m., or in North Bend, 205 E. McClellan Street beginning at 11:30 a.m. Admission is:  $10 children, $16 seniors, $20 adults, under 2 ride free.

For more info, call (425) 888-3030 or visit

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