Snoqualmie Valley Residents Offered Priority Tickets for Popular Thomas the Train Event

The Northwest Railway Museum is offering a special pre-sale and discount period, March 20th – April 30th for Snoqualmie Valley residents to purchase Day Out with Thomastickets.

Tickets go on sale to the public April 7th.  These pre-sale and discounted tickets are only available at the Snoqualmie Depot Ticket Office. Proof of residence, like a driver’s license or utility bill, will be requested at time of purchase.

Special Snoqualmie Valley resident tickets are $21 (a $2 savings off of the regular $23 ticket price) at the Snoqualmie Depot Bookstore, open daily 10AM to 5PM.

The Thomas the Train event is scheduled for July 11- 13 and July 18 – 20 at the Snoqualmie Depot in historic downtown Snoqualmie.  It’s always a busy, popular event attracting families from across the Puget Sound area to the Snoqualmie Valley.

Thomas the Train at Snoqualmie Depot summer 2013. Photo: NW Railway Museum Facebook page
Thomas the Train at Snoqualmie Depot summer 2013. Photo: NW Railway Museum Facebook page

Day out With Thomas 2014

When Thomas arrives this summer at the Northwest Railway Museum for the Day Out with Thomas™: The Thrill of the Ride Tour, he will not only take his fans for a ride, but also talk to them for the very first time on the long-running, popular summer tour

For two back-to-back weekends, visitors to Day Out with Thomas™  in Snoqualmie will enjoy a 25-minute train ride with Thomas the Tank Engine to the top of Snoqualmie Falls, meet Sir Topham Hatt®, Controller of the Railway and enjoy a day ofThomas & Friends themed activities including arts & crafts, storytelling and more.

[Day Out with Thomas ™ is a fun family event based on The Railway Series of classic stories by a father who loved trains and wanted a shared experience with his son. The event is hosted by the Northwest Railway Museum; presented by HIT Entertainment; and sponsored by MEGA Brands and all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels.]


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