Things To Do In Snoqualmie


Fall City Floating: Adult Tube Rentals for Two or Four from Fall City Floating (Up to 51% Off). Four Options Available.

Adult Tube Rentals for Two or Four from Fall City Floating (Up to 51% Off). Four Options Available.

Fall City Floating

King County's Fall City Community Park

Float 4 miles down the Snoqualmie River in an inflatable tube, which features a back rest and cup holder; includes shuttle ride upstream

$40 $20

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River Valley Cheese: 90-Minute Mozzarella Cheese-Making Class for One at River Valley Cheese (Up to 59% Off)

90-Minute Mozzarella Cheese-Making Class for One at River Valley Cheese (Up to 59% Off)

River Valley Cheese

Snoqualmie Valley

Licensed cheese artisans lead 90-minute, hands-on mozzarella cheese-making classes; participants leave with one pound of their own cheese

$145 $59

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Twisted Bliss Studio: 10 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Twisted Bliss Studio (Up to 68% Off)

10 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Twisted Bliss Studio (Up to 68% Off)

Twisted Bliss Studio

Snoqualmie

Yoga classes in styles such as hatha, vinyasa, and toning sculpt

$120 $38

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Dru Bru: $19.99 for Two Beer Tastings and Two Growlers with Fills at Dru Bru ($42 Value)

$19.99 for Two Beer Tastings and Two Growlers with Fills at Dru Bru ($42 Value)

Dru Bru

Tap Room & Brewery - Snoqualmie Pass

On tap you will find Alt, Schwarzbier, Wit, Hop Session, IPA, Kölsch and a handful of seasonal and small batch offerings

$42 $19.99

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Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School: One-Hour Ski or Snowboard Lesson for Two at Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School (Up to 39% Off)

One-Hour Ski or Snowboard Lesson for Two at Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School (Up to 39% Off)

Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School

Snoqualmie Pass

Sharpen your skills on the slopes at any age, with guidance from certified instructors who know the terrain well

$140 $85

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Sigillo Cellars: Wine Tasting Package for Two or Four with Hors d'Oeuvres at Sigillo Cellars (Up to 52% Off)

Wine Tasting Package for Two or Four with Hors d'Oeuvres at Sigillo Cellars (Up to 52% Off)

Sigillo Cellars

Snoqualmie

Taste an assortment of delectable wines before filling full glasses to pair with meat and cheese plates

$37.75 $19

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  • Northwest Railway Museum
    The North Bend Depot and the Snoqualmie Depot seem to exist outside of time. To the unmistakable tune of a steam whistle, historic locomotives run passengers along the five-mile line between these stations. It's a treat for modern audiences that the Northwest Railway Museum helps preserve, in addition to the other train-based exhibits and activities it hosts. Size: Four locations: The 1890 Snoqualmie Depot, the North Bend Depot, the Centennial Trail Exhibit, and the Railway History Center Eye Catcher: The old locomotives on display outside the Snoqualmie Depot Permanent Mainstay: Train rides that take visitors back in time, with authentic locomotives and antique passenger cars Visiting Attraction: Snoqualmie Railroad Days Festival, in which a steam locomotive will pull the train, or Day Out With Thomas, in which kids can ride cars pulled by Thomas the Tank Engine Hands-On Activity: Purchase train tickets from an original 1890 ticket window located inside the Snoqualmie Depot Don't Miss: Clothing styles of an earlier era in the station master’s office, hands-on activities and exhibits about hop farming in the Snoqualmie Valley in the freight room, and train car rides to explore the depot Pro Tip: Pick up a free history scavenger hunt activity for school-age children Special Programs: Over 3,000 volumes of railroad history are available to researchers in addition to a Conservation and Restoration Center that's open to the public once a month
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    38625 SE King St
    Snoqualmie, WA US
  • Finaghty's Irish Pub and Restaurant
    Finaghty's in Snoqualmie is a well-known restaurant, offering a casual vibe with amazing pub food. It's a popular restaurant for those interested in an awesome meal. If you're planning ahead, most people will share that later in the week (Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays) will be the best time to visit. Also, you'll definitely want to take advantage of its outdoor seating when the Pacific Northwest weather cooperates. It should be noted that casual attire is encouraged. Also, if you're in the mood for tunes, it's a great option for live music. It's been tabbed as a nice option for both families with children and large groups. WiFi's available if you're trying to get some work done, and in addition to its convenient take-out menu, the restaurant even provides catering for events around town. Or, if you're looking for the perfect spot to unwind after work, it's got a phenomenal happy hour and a pretty stout selection behind the bar. Specializing in lunch, dinner, and even good late-night food, Finaghty's Irish Pub and Restaurant is an appetizing spot to satisfy your next munchies craving. Its menu is known to be "good." Visitors to the restaurant have access to a private lot nearby or can park on the street. Should you prefer to pedal over there, bicycle parking's also provided.
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    7726 Center Blvd SE
    Snoqualmie, WA US
  • Piccola Wine Company
    You won't find a single cork at Piccola Cellars. That's because the sellers store their locally made wines in stainless steel kegs. While tapping wine may seem unusual, the company believes the process saves more money, hassle, and environment than traditional bottling. Take Piccola's signature tote—it holds the same amount of wine as two 750 ml bottles, and can stay fresh for one month after opening. For those who need wine in bulk, whether it's for a party or to dye a lawn purple, Piccola also packages its reds and whites in growlers, mini-kegs, and kegs. And if potential buyers are curious about the most important factor—how the wine tastes—they can visit Piccola's tasting room in the Woodinville Warehouse District or in the North Bend location.
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    112 West 2nd St
    North Bend, WA US
  • The Levee Breaking / Gigantic Bicycle Festival
    The annual Gigantic Bicycle Festival celebrates cycling culture by kicking off the festivities in the most straightforward way possible: a group road ride for attendees. Departing from Seattle's Magnuson Park in the early morning, the road ride dead ends at the festival grounds in Centennial Fields park in Snoqualmie. There, riders can hop off their bikes, pick up their reward jersey, and start checking out the attractions. Local filmmakers show off their silver-screen creations, experts show off hand-built bicycles, and live musicians fill the area with their songs. The line-up of musicians includes Hey Marseilles, Menomena, Telekinesis, and many more. The festival continues through August 24th, offering attendees overnight field camping with a lovely view of Mt. Si and an incomplete view of the sky, since it's being blocked by a mountain.
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    39903 SE Park St.
    Snoqualmie, WA US
  • Rotten Chum Guide Service
    John Thomas has spent more than two decades fishing the Snohomish River system, and under the name Rotten Chum Guide Service, he lets others in on his expertise and tricks. Using a 20-foot Alumaweld fishing boat, Thomas gives guided fishing trips on the Snohomish River and Lake Stevens that range from 4 to 10 hours, which is just the right amount of time to compose an epic sea ballad. Each leisurely outing is designed to put guests in touch with nature as they ply the waters for kokanee?landlocked sockeye salmon?as well as steelhead and chinook, depending on the season. Rods and reels by Lamiglas or Okuma, Gamakatsu hooks, and Power Pro lines provide professional-grade assistance for hauling in the catches.
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    Skykomish River
    Skykomish, WA US
  • 5K TAILGATE
    Tailgating parties usually happen on game day. The 5K TAILGATE gleefully bucks this tradition, however, channeling the energy and revelry normally reserved for football outings to host a 5K color run and, of course, a rousing tailgate party. Once suited up in white t-shirts or their local team's football jerseys, participants jog their way through the verdant Mountain Meadows Farm as volunteers lob colored powder at them along the way. At the end of the run, prismatic participants can chow down on BBQ goodies and rehydrate with cold beers. All the while, live DJs and musicians regale eardrums with pulse-pounding tunes, and photo booths help preserve memories and spot-on Marty Feldman impersonations.
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    11900 92nd St. SE
    Snohomish, WA US

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