A Guide to the Best ‘Twin Peaks’ Filming Locations in Washington State
Photos courtesy of On Location Vacations
"Twin Peaks" creator David Lynch has announced he won’t be part of Showtime’s upcoming reboot, putting the show’s future in question.
But, even if the show’s nine-episode reincarnation doesn’t work out exactly the way fans had hoped, they can still visit all of the locations they love from the show’s first run.
The Great Northern Hotel
6501 Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie
The lux Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie is better known to Twin Peaks fans as The Great Northern.
Laura Palmer’s House
708 33rd St, Everett
The interior and exterior of this four bedroom Dutch colonial, which sold for $500,000 in 2014, was featured in "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" as the Palmer residence.
Double R Diner
137 W North Bend Way, North Bend
When Double R scenes were filmed back in the early 1990s, the real-life restaurant was called the Mar-T. Since then, the diner has become Twede’s Cafe. Fans might not recognize the restaurant’s interior today since the restaurant was renovated after a fire in 2000, but they can still get a piece of "Twin Peaks" cherry pie.
The Bookhouse Boys Headquarters
4200 Preston Fall City Rd SE, Fall City
The secret fraternal order of the Bookhouse Boys would meet at their headquarters/bar, now know as the Fall City Roadhouse in real-life.
The Blue Pine Lodge
14976 Sandy Hook Rd NE Poulsbo
The Kiana Lodge filled in as The Blue Pine Lodge, where Pete, Catherine and Josie lived on Twin Peaks.
This story originally appeared on the On Location Vacations blog.
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