Day out with Thomas Tickets Now on Sale, Snoqualmie Valley Residents offered Discount

Ready yourselves folks – Thomas the Tank engine is once again coming to town for a 2016 tour stop – and tickets are officially on sale, with a special perk for Valley residents.

The Northwest Railway Museum is offering a special discount to Snoqualmie Valley residents that is valid through May 4, 2016. These discounted tickets are ONLY available at the Snoqualmie Depot Ticket Office, and proof of residence, such as a driver’s license or utility bill, will be requested at time of purchase.

Special Snoqualmie Valley resident tickets are $21 for Fridays July 15 & July 22 or $23 for Saturdays/Sundays July 16-17 & July 23-24 (a $2 savings off the regular $23 & $25 ticket price) at the Snoqualmie Depot Bookstore, open daily from 10am to 5pm.

Be sure to start your engines! Thomas the Tank Engine invites little engineers to team up with him for a day of family fun at Day Out With Thomas: The Ready, Set, Go Tour 2016. Children everywhere can join Team Thomas when the #1 Engine pulls into The Northwest Railway Museum on July 15-17 & 22-24, 2016.  

This very popular and fun-filled event offers children and their families the opportunity to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, star of the popular Thomas & Friends™ series. In addition, they will meet Sir Topham Hatt, Controller of the Railway and enjoy a day of Thomas-themed activities.  The tour, now in its 21st year, will make 43 stops across the U.S. and Canada and is expected to welcome nearly one million passengers in 2016.

WHO: Thomas the Tank Engine


  • A 25-minute (approximate) ride with Thomas the Tank Engine and hear Thomas greet his fans!
  • Meet Sir Topham Hatt, Controller of the Railway
  • A Thomas & Friends Imagination Station featuring a variety of activities.
  • Storytelling, video viewing, live music, and other children’s activities.

WHEN: July 15-17 and July 22-24, 2016

TIME: 9 am – 5 pm

WHERE: 38625 SE King St, Snoqualmie, WA

For more information, directions and online ticket purchases, contact the Northwest Railway Museum, 425.888.3030 or

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