Visiting the Museum
Catch the Excitement of a Working Railway
The Northwest Railway Museum is our region’s largest railway museum with 5.5 miles of historic track and campuses. The Museum exhibits, preserves, restores, and operates trains on which the public can experience the excitement of a working railway. The Museum is a proud participant in Museums for All and King County Library System free and reduced admission programs.
Historic Snoqualmie Depot
38625 SE King Street, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
The historic 1890 Snoqualmie Depot, part of the National Register of Historic Places and a City of Snoqualmie and King County Landmark, is the longest continuously operating train depot in the state of Washington.
Free to visit and open 7 days a week (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day, with limited access during Day Out With Thomas™ and Santa Train events).
Museum visitors can view railroad history exhibits in the former gentlemen’s waiting room and freight room. The former ladies’ waiting room now houses The Depot Bookstore, a railroad history-themed book and gift shop. Public restrooms maintained by the City of Snoqualmie are available on the raised platform end of the Depot.
North Bend Depot
205 E McClellan Street, North Bend, WA 98045
The North Bend Depot is owned and operated as a community space by the city of North Bend, and functions as a train depot to Northwest Railway Museum passengers on weekends.