Ride the Steam Train
Join us for Steam Train special event weekends for a Steam Train ride behind Northern Pacific Locomotive 924! Steam locomotive 924, an 1899 Roger's built 0-6-0 served the Northern Pacific Railway in Washington until 1923, and continued in service for the Inland Empire Paper Company until donated to the Museum in 1969. Today the 924 is a King County Landmark.
2022 Steam Train excursions are planned for Mothers' & Fathers' Day Weekends, Memorial Day Weekend and the first weekends in October and November. Tickets will go on sale around a month prior to each event. Visitors ride the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad aboard historic railroad coaches through the Upper Snoqualmie Valley along 5.5 miles of the original 1880s Seattle Lake Shore and Eastern Railway. The scenic train ride between North Bend and Snoqualmie Falls operates on 2-hour schedule with 30 minute stop at the Railway History Campus. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Everyone over the age of 2 needs a ticket.
*Due to Covid-19 pandemic reopening restrictions; train excursions comply with Washington State reopening restrictions.
Steam Train Excursions: First Weekend In October and November
Departing Saturdays and Sundays*
Board in Snoqualmie or North Bend. Round trip: approx. 90 minutes.
North Bend Depot
205 E McClellan St, North Bend
38625 SE King St, Snoqualmie
Children under the age of 2 are free!
* No passes, discounts, coupons, groups rates.
The Museum accepts cash, checks with a western Washington address and phone number, Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
Sorry, prices and schedules are subject to change without notice.
1. Arrive early to enjoy the downtown. This way there is no rush to find parking and get tickets before the train leaves at its departure time.
2. Before boarding the train check out the restroom at the depot. There are no restrooms on the train.
3. Dress for the weather. If it is a cool, rainy day, bring jackets. If it is a warm, sunny day, dress in layers to stay cool if its too warm. Bring an extra bottle of water for the ride.
4. Bring a camera. There are some amazing views and neat artifacts along the way.
5. Turn off the phone and have fun! Take the time to enjoy what it might have been like to ride a train a hundred years ago.
6. Remember to pack and wear your favorite mask that securely covers both your nose and mouth.