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Tickets now sold out for Mother's Day.

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DonateLong time friend of the Museum Peter O'Brien recently passed. In honor of his life time commitment to community service, the O'Brien family is creating a Low-Income Equity Fund at the Museum in his memory. If you would like to give a memorial in his memory click the donate button to navigate to the Low-Income Equity Fund donation portal.

 Safe Trains.3Join us Saturdays and Sundays, on a socially-distanced, scenic train ride through the upper Snoqualmie Valley and Thursdays-Sundays for a visit to the Train Shed Exhibit Hall. Tickets must be purchased in advance. For more information about our social distancing restrictions please visit our Social Distancing Updates page.

  • Members can call Visitor Services at 425.888.3030 x7202 to reserve their tickets

  • Masks covering both nose and mouth are required during the duration of your visit

Both the Museum and the Snoqualmie Valley Railway are still operating, at reduced capacity.

Ride the Rails: Saturdays and Sundays, April through December; Saturdays, January to March.

Snoqualmie Depot & Depot Bookstore Hours: 10am - 5pm, daily. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's.

Railway History Campus Hours: 11am to 4pm, Thursdays-Sundays.

Price: $20 per adult (age 13-61), $16 per senior (age 62+), $10 per child (2-12) for Train Rides.

No admission to visit the Snoqualmie Depot.

$10 per adult (age 13+), $5 per child (2-12) to visit the Railway History Campus Train Shed Exhibit Hall.

Related Sites: Chapel Car 5 Messenger of Peace, Wellington Remembered.


The Northwest Railway Museum gratefully acknowledges financial support received from: 

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Recent News

May 03, 2021
Parlor car 1799 was built by Pullman in 1901. After 38 years of service for the Northern Pacific Railway, the car found a second use as a seaside cottage. That new adaptive use removed the distinctive truss rods, queen posts, and needle beams from the wooden car's underbody that supported the car while in service. These components were vital for the car frame to span from one truck to the next