Hundreds of visitors are expected in downtown Snoqualmie over the next three July weekends as the popular Day out with Thomas, the Dream Big Tour returns to the historic Snoqualmie Depot.
Hosted by the Northwest Railway Museum, Thomas the Tank Engine rolls into town July 8-10; July 15-17; and July 23-24, delighting and drawing children from around the Puget Sound region. This year’s three-weekend event is almost sold out, with trains running each event day from approximately 9am to 4pm.
There are no planned downtown road closures for Day out with Thomas, but Snoqualmie Valley residents should plan for potential traffic impacts through the historic downtown corridor resulting from extra vehicles and pedestrians attending the event.
About the Event: Thomas the Tank Engine is rolling into Snoqualmie at the Northwest Railway Museum for a day of big dreams. Jump on board Thomas for an interactive train ride, pick up your Dream Pass and head to the Play Pod or say Hello to Sir Topham Hatt. For the little engineers who want a little more excitement, check out the Dream Big Corner for photo ops, lawn games and more.