SNOQUALMIE — The Train Shed Exhibit Hall in Snoqualmie is re-opening to the public beginning Friday, Sept. 11 at 11 a.m. The Hall is located inside the Northwest Railway Museum at 9320 Stone Quarry Road.
The museum was built in 1957 and is the largest railway museum in Washington state. The hall itself according to a Sept. 4 press release issued by Northwest Railway Museum, incorporates more than 24,000 square feet and includes significant artifacts like the Chapel Car 5 Messenger of Peace, and a variety of exhibits detailing how the railway revolutionized the transportation of human expansion and goods across the country.
The museum is centered in the Snoqualmie Depot, which is recognized as the oldest continuously operated train station in Washington.
The Train Shed will be open Friday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. Tickets are available online at TrainMuseum.org and must be purchased in advance. Adult tickets are $10, and children are $5.
All visitors over 2 years of age are asked to wear masks. Masks are required for all visitors over the age of 5.
Visit TrainMuseum.org or call (425) 888-3030 for information on train schedules, special events and operating hours.