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Snoqualmie Wine Train.

Buy Tickets buttonTickets sales currently suspended for 2020 Regular Season Train Rides, Snoqualmie Valley Wine Trains and Grand Tours; they will be available here when we are able to operate again. If you have questions or pre-purchased tickets, contact info@TrainMuseum.org to reschedule; we will honor or refund all tickets.

 

Railway History Campus Wine Train: April 25, May 16, September 12, October 3

Charles Baker Wine Train: June 13 and August 8

Featuring Snoqualmie Valley Wineries, Food, Music, and Views!

A unique way to experience the upper Snoqualmie Valley. Join the Northwest Railway Museum for Wine Train excursions featuring 30706885 955677491268706 2361826954434314240 nSnoqualmie Valley wineries, food, music, and views!

Our Wine Trains feature a scenic train ride through the Snoqualmie Valley along the Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Railway, built in 1889. Passengers ride in historic coaches, gain unique access to Museum collections and exhibits, and learn how the railroad changed everything. Wine trains include multiple tasting stops with local food and music. Take home your favorite bottle(s) of wine. Each wine is available for purchase in the depot after your excursion.

Visitors (21 and older only please) receive a complementary souvenir wine glass with each ticket.

We encourage you to visit any of the Historic Downtown Snoqualmie and Historic Downtown North Bend businesses for food, shopping, and more after your excursion.

 

Railway History Campus Wine Train

Wine tasting stops include the Snoqualmie Depot and the Train Shed Exhibit Hall. Railway History Campus Wine Train includes behind the scenes access to our Conservation and Restoration Workshop. Learn about the restoration of Northern Pacific Steam Locomotive 924 (built 1889) from staff and volunteers working on this and other projects.

Event check in begins at 2:30 at the Snoqualmie Depot. Your train returns to the Snoqualmie Depot at 5:30 pm.

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Charles Baker Hydro Museum Wine Train

Wine tasting stops include the Snoqualmie Depot, the Train Shed Exhibit Building, and the Snoqualmie Falls Hydro Electric Museum – home of the world’s first underground hydroelectric plant, built in 1898. Visit the historic Carpenter Shop and Snoqualmie Falls Depot and learn about Charles Baker’s vision inspired by the power of Snoqualmie Falls.

Event check in begins at 3:00 at the North Bend Depot. Your train returns to the North Bend Depot at 6 pm.


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2020 Excursion Dates

April 25 Railway History Campus Wine Train

May 16 Railway History Campus Wine Train

June 13 Charles Baker Wine Train

August 8 Charles Baker Wine Train

September 12 Railway History Campus Wine Train

October 3 Railway History Campus Wine Train

2020 Featured Wineries and Foods

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Sigillo Cellars (Snoqualmie)

Convergence Zone Cellars (North Bend)

Mount Si Winery (Snoqualmie)

William Grassie Wine Estates (Fall City)

Pearl & Stone Wine Co. (North Bend)

Valley Food Producers and Providers

Carnation Farms (Carnation

Heriloom Cookshop (Snoqualmie)cheese

Cherry Valley Dairy (Duvall)

Blue Streak Chocolate (Snoqualmie)

 

With generous support from community partners

 

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Special Update

ALL TRAIN PASSENGERS AND CREW MUST WEAR MASKS

Why do we still require masks? Transportation Security Adminsitration ("TSA") regulations currently require all railways, airlines and buses to have persons masked through January 2022. Though social distancing regulations are loosening in much of the region, the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad falls under the jurisdiction of the Federal Railway Administration and TSA. We ask that all visitors over the age of 2 and require for those over the age of 5 to wear a mask that covers both nose and mouth while visiting. By order of King County, proof of vaccination will be required beginning October 25 for all visitors aged 12 and older. The vaccine requirement is a legal mandate imposed by King County. The Museum is required to enforce the law as a condition of remaining open to the public. The Museum has already lost $1.4 million from closures and capacity reductions, further closures would be absolutely disasterous to the Museum. For more information about our social distancing restrictions please visit our Social Distancing Updates page.

Recent News

Nov 05, 2021
The locomotive as 770 circa 1950.Locomotive 125 arrived in Seattle in February, 1940 and entered service for the Northern Pacific Railway doing the same work the Museum's former NPR 924 steam locomotive performed years earlier. At that time nearly every train in Washington was pulled by either a steam locomotive or an electric locomotive. Diesel electrics were still an experiment, even though
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