Day Out With Thomas the Train tours across America during the summer time making little one’s like mine smile and stare in awe as Thomas the Train takes the track
Snoqualmie Washington is home to the Northwest Railway Museum. We’ve been there a few times for the toddler train that they do during the summer time, this was our first time to go there to see Thomas. Miles was super excited. Even sitting in the train you could see his satisfaction knowing he was riding a train pulled by Thomas.
The view from the train was the Snoqualmie Falls from the back. Andrew and I have been to the falls a few times, doing the hike all the way down to the bottom of the falls and back up to the top is quite a jaunt. See it from the train is much more relaxing.
The train ride lasts about 25 minutes, we ride in one direction stop and then return in the opposite direction back to the train station. Your day out with Thomas also includes kids music from different performers, tattoos, picture opportunities with Thomas and with Sir Toppan Hat, and the kids were all afraid of him. There were four stations for the kids to visit and after visiting all four stations they received small prize. Both Miles and Zoe were quite excited to accomplish vising all four stations.
Other Train Cars at the Northwest Railway Museum:
The Northwest Railway Museum was founded in 1957 as the Puget Sound Railway Historical Association. In September 1999 the name was formally changed to The Northwest Railway Museum. It is the largest and most comprehensive railway museum in Washington State. The Northwest Railway Museum is a non-profit corporation.
And finally a little boy saying good bye to Thomas
We received tickets to the Day Out With Thomas Event all opinions are our own.