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Enjoy a scenic train ride through the upper Snoqualmie Valley aboard historic rail equipment. This two hour program includes a thirty minute visit to the Train Shed Exhibit Building, home to multiple exhibits and large artifacts including chapel car 5 Messenger of Peace. Re-board the train for a journey west to the top of Snoqualmie Falls before returning to the historic Snoqualmie Depot. Open seating.
The Grand Tour Package is the Northwest Railway Museum's premier tour opportunity. The Grand Tour is a docent lead round-trip experience that lasts approximately 2.5 hours and includes:
A tour of the 1890-built Snoqualmie Depot, a train ride to the Train Shed Exhibit Building where you will learn how the railroad changed everything, go inside chapel car 5 Messenger of Peace, get a floor tour of the Conservation and Restoration Center (shop), re-board the train and ride west to Snoqualmie Falls.
Docents provide context and answer questions throughout the entire tour.
Tour includes a fair amount of walking.
Not recommended for children under the age of 5.
A unique way to experience the upper Snoqualmie Valley. Join the Northwest Railway Museum for Wine Train excursions featuring Snoqualmie Valley wineries, food, music, and views! Visitors (21 and older only) receive a complementary souvenir wine glass with each ticket.The 3.5 hour program includes: wine tasting stops at the Snoqualmie Depot, the Train Shed Exhibit Building, and the Snoqualmie Falls Hydro Museum – home of the world’s first underground hydroelectric plant, built in 1898. Visit the historic carpenter’s shop and Snoqualmie Falls Depot and learn about Charles Baker’s vision inspired by the power of Snoqualmie Falls! Must be 21 or older. Ticket includes return passage to Snoqualmie. NO REFUNDS or exchanges.

A unique way to experience the upper Snoqualmie Valley. Join the Northwest Railway Museum for Wine Train excursions featuring Snoqualmie Valley wineries, food, music, and views! Visitors (21 and older only) receive a complementary souvenir wine glass with each ticket.The 3.5 hour program includes: wine tasting stops at the Snoqualmie Depot and the Train Shed Exhibit Building. Railway History Center Wine Train includes behind the scenes access to our Conservation and Restoration Center. Learn about the restoration of Northern Pacific Steam Locomotive 924 (built 1889) from staff and volunteers working on this and other projects. Must be 21 or older. Ticket includes return passage to Snoqualmie. NO REFUNDS or exchanges.