Just west of Seattle sits the delightful city of North Bend
. This adorable small town was made famous as the primary filming location of the David Lynch television series Twin Peaks
, which plays off of the small town feel of this Washington location. But there is more to North Bend
than its fame and locations. Upon venturing outside of Seattle, be sure not to miss this beautiful area.
Arts and Culture
Though it may be a small city, North Bend
is undeniably rich in its artistic and cultural resources. While visiting, you will find live music, museums, performing arts, and world-class local artists. Be sure to stop by Boxley's for live music
-- a venue was voted one of the Best 150 Jazz Clubs in the world by Downbeat Magazine! And you won’t want to miss a production at Live Theater at Valley Center Stage
When it comes to museums, the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum
is the place to find cherished artifacts and anecdotes from all corners of the Snoqualmie Valley. If you happen to be a history buff, the Northwest Railway Museum
is the largest and oldest continuously operating railway museum in Washington State!
While visiting North Bend
, you will undoubtedly be impressed by the local dining options and flair. The city offers an array of fabulous cuisines, whether you’re a seeking a night out on the town or in need of a hearty meal after hiking Mount Si, Mailbox Peak, or Rattlesnake Ridge, North Bend offers a number of awesome restaurants to refuel and socialize with your friends and family.
is the perfect area to experience the outdoors in rustic Washington! While there are many hotels to stay in during your time here, the area’s Bed & Breakfast options
are absolutely lovely. If you really want to experience the great outdoors, there are also plenty of beautiful campgrounds
to choose from.
Ready to see everything North Bend
has to offer? Just hop in your Honda and then enjoy your weekend away!