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Pinky’s Iron Doors City Spotlight: Snoqualmie, Washington

People of all age groups can find something interesting to do in Snoqualmie. Here are some entertaining features of this city.

You might have trouble pronouncing the name Snoqualmie, but you won’t face any difficulty in finding its gorgeous attractions. This city is located in the heart of Washington and is situated about twenty-five miles from Seattle.

It’s built in the same location as Fort Alden, which was created to protect the settlers from the native people. Snoqualmie is filled with stunning sites that are perfect for people of different ages. Here are some of our favorite spots in this small city that are worth exploring. Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, Pinky’s Iron Doors cannot be held responsible and/or liable for any errors or omissions. While we strive for accuracy, it is possible that the information on our site may contain errors and omissions. It is also possible that articles or any form of written content written about Pinky’s Iron Doors on third party sites may contain errors and omissions. We disclaim any liability for any such errors and omissions. We ask for your assistance in advising Pinky’s Iron Doors of any discrepancies that you discover.

Waterfalls

One of the best things about this town is that you don’t have to leave the city to unwind. Snoqualmie Falls is a 268-foot high waterfall on the city river with a picturesque trail running at the base of the falls.

If you’re a fan of nature, you’ll love watching the water drop like a heavy curtain through the viewing deck. It’s perfectly accessible for wheelchairs and strollers and is free of cost. You can also enjoy the view from the waterfall’s base by hiking all the way down there.

The trail also goes through old trees and leads to the powerhouse, providing a stunning view of the forest. A two-acre park surrounds the Snoqualmie Falls that’s known as the Salish Lodge. You can also get some interesting souvenirs from their gift shop to commemorate your visit to this scenic location.

Museum

If you’re interested in historical sites, you’ll love visiting the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie. It was constructed in 1889 by the Seattle Lakeshore and Eastern Railway and is the largest and oldest railway museum in Washington.

You can first-hand witness railway equipment and artifacts, including 70 antique locomotives, freight, and passenger cars. But we’re getting to the best part. You can also enjoy a train ride during weekends while being surrounded by the museum’s cultural heritage.

Candy Factory

Exploring this town might require some energy and what better place is there other than an old-time candy shop? The Snoqualmie Falls Candy Shoppe is located six miles from the Snoqualmie Falls.

It offers different types of candy, hand-dipped chocolate, popcorn, and many more delicious goodies. But that’s not all. You can stop at this café for burgers, paninis, and other lunch items with mouth-watering milkshakes to top it off.

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Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, Pinky’s Iron Doors cannot be held responsible and/or liable for any errors or omissions. While we strive for accuracy, it is possible that the information on our site may contain errors and omissions. It is also possible that articles or any form of written content written about Pinky’s Iron Doors on third party sites may contain errors and omissions. We disclaim any liability for any such errors and omissions. We ask for your assistance in advising Pinky’s Iron Doors of any discrepancies that you discover.

 

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