Popular Snoqualmie Valley Wine Train returns with three Fall dates

After a popular debut last spring, the Northwest Railway Museum is bringing the Wine Train back for three Saturday dates this fall: September 15th, October 6th and October 13th.

Organizers say the Wine Train – only available to those 21 and over – is unique way to experience the Snoqualmie Valley. The excursions features local Valley wineries, food, music, and of course, the views!

The three-hour Wine Train excursion includes wine tasting at the historic Snoqualmie Depot and a train ride to the Railway History Center where they will enjoy wine tastings, light appetizers and live music in the Train Shed Exhibit building. After re-boarding, the train heads to Snoqualmie Falls and then back to the depot.

Wine Train riders receive a complimentary souvenir wine glass. Each excursion runs from 2:30PM – 5:30PM and costs $45. Tickets can be purchase through the Wine Train Facebook event page HERE or at www.shop.trainmuseum.org/events

Participating local wineries include: Sigillo Cellars, Convergence Zone Cellars, Mount Si Winery, William Grassie Wine Estates, Pearl & Stone Wine Co. Carnation Farms and other local producers will be providing food.


Wine train riders in spring 2018


Wine train riders during the inaugural spring event


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