Getting Here

Tucked into the Cascade Foothill, Issaquah is an emerald city all its own.  Historic landmarks and easy freeway access bring visitors from all over the area to town.   Visitors who want to stop off for an afternoon, day or longer always find their way the center of Historic Downtown where there is free public parking at the Issaquah Train Depot just off of Front Street and Sunset.

Get out and explore, let the kids venture into our colorful play ground next to the Train Depot Museum (hours:  Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.).  It’s easy to interest everyone with lots of local places to eat and shop up and down Front Street.   Visit the Vino Bella for a glass of wine (21 and above) the Ale House (family friendly) featuring Issaquah’s own Rogue Ales or try some sushi , BBQ and more just to name a few!

Directions:

We are 18 miles east of Seattle on the I-90 E freeway.  Take the FRONT ST exit – EXIT 17- and proceed south.  In about 1.5 miles you will enter the historic area of Issaquah.  Which you can’t miss because you will notice the old downtown buildings!