Twin Peaks-Themed Train Ride Celebrates Show’s 35th Anniversary with Special Event and Exhibit

The Northwest Railway Museum is excited to introduce the Peak-to-Peak Express, a unique event set for February 25th that offers fans of the iconic show “Twin Peaks” an unforgettable journey.

This event is part of the Snoqualmie Valley’s celebration of the 35th anniversary of “Twin Peaks,” a show that has captivated audiences and brought attention to the area’s stunning scenery, some of which served as filming locations for the series.

Attendees will embark from the North Bend Depot at 12:30 pm for an adults-only, wine-themed train ride through the breathtaking upper Snoqualmie Valley. The trip offers spectacular river valley views and passes by notable sites from “Twin Peaks.”

Twin Peaks sign on Reinig Road, 5/31/17. Photo: Don Detrick

The highlight includes a special stop at the Museum’s Train Shed Exhibit Hall, where guests will be treated to hors d’oeuvres, cherry pie, and wine from Kyle MacLachlan’s Pursued by Bear winery. Each ticket holder will also receive a gift bag containing a souvenir wine glass, other surprise items, and six tasting tickets for 1oz pours.

In addition to the train ride, the Northwest Railway Museum, in collaboration with the Snoqualmie Valley Museum, invites visitors to explore “The Real History of Twin Peaks” exhibit. This temporary exhibit can be found at both locations!

This display delves into the show’s production history and its significant influence on the Snoqualmie Valley, showcasing how “Twin Peaks” continues to attract tourists and fans alike.

The museum encourages everyone to join in celebrating this milestone anniversary. To purchase tickets and for more information about the Peak to Peak Express, visit the Museum’s Website. To learn more about the Real Twin Peaks Festival, visit the Event Website.

This event is proudly sponsored by Pursued By Bear Winery, adding a touch of authenticity with its connection to actor Kyle MacLachlan, who played a leading role in the show. Don’t miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in Twin Peaks, enjoying the scenic beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley and a taste of fine wine along the way.

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