Issaquah History Pub Crawl

Tickets on sale now for 2018!

Issaquah has an interesting and colorful past of murder, mayhem and prohibition and we want to share it with you. The event starts at the Train Depot then takes you through  Issaquah’s downtown establishments each featuring a small cocktail or appetizer, lively narratives and juicy tidbits on the people of Issaquah and times gone by. The event will end at the Historic Shell Station with a drink, chocolates and a souvenir to take home!

The event kicks off at the Train Depot at 6:45 p.m.  The Pub Crawl will commence at 7:00 p.m. sharp and end around 9:00 p.m. This event involves walking outdoors, please wear comfortable shoes and dress accordingly.

This is a popular event and only 30 tickets will be sold. Plan ahead and get your tickets early!  (NOTE: will call only, no paper tickets will be issued).

To purchase tickets click here

May
17
Thu
Historic Pub Crawl
May 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Oct
25
Thu
Historic Pub Crawl – 10/25/18 @ Issaquah Depot Museum
Oct 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:15 pm

The Downtown Issaquah Association and the Issaquah Historical Museums are pleased to announce the Issaquah Historic Pub Crawl.  Issaquah has an interesting and colorful past of bars, brawls and bullets and we want to share it with you.

The event starts at the Issaquah Depot Museum where you will meet local historians who will take you through six (6) of Issaquah’s downtown establishments each featuring a cocktail or appetizer, lively narratives, side splitting stories and juicy tidbits our pioneers didn’t want you to hear!  The event will end at the Historic Shell Station with a shot of moonshine paired with chocolate truffles.

Pub Crawl kicks off at the Issaquah Depot Museum at 6:45 p.m and will commence at 7:00 p.m. sharp.  This event involves some walking and standing outdoors, please plan and dress accordingly.

Questions: Contact events@downtownissaquah.com or 425.391.1112

This event is brought to you by:  The Downtown Issaquah Association and the Issaquah Historical Museums