Northwest Railway Museum
Most museums encourage self-guided tours and some offer audio tours, but to get the real experience, why not learn from the experts?
For celebrants in the greater Seattle area, Memorial Day events range from the Northwest Folklife Festival to a Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show to a ceremony at the Museum of Flight. There’s something for every member of the family.
For those who love trains, Washington state is filled with American railroad history. Part of the unexplored West, Washington became a huge part of shipping grain and other goods by rail. Come see and experience what life was like well over a century ago at these interactive train museums.
Here are some fun family activities you can all do with Dad (and Grandpa) to help him celebrate his special day on Sunday, June 17!
All aboard! This summer, Thomas the Tank Engine is making his way from the Island of Sodor to the Snoqualmie Depot! Bring the kids for a day out with Thomas during his “Leader of the Track” tour.
Just 25 miles north of Seattle is the city of Snoqualmie. Founded in 1889, the population of Snoqualmie has exploded in the last decade, bringing new business, shopping, and restaurants to its already rich history and natural wonder.