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When is the best time to visit Twin Peaks?
For the Snoqualmie/North Bend area the nicest summer-type weather happens during June, July and August (the drought season). It's best to check the Northwest Railway Museum event calendar and avoid the weekends when the Day Out With Thomas event takes over Snoqualmie downtown. Also be aware that there is lots of regional tourism happening on the sunny summer weekends.
If you want a spooky Twin Peaks vibe while touring, consider coming during February which is when the original Pilot was filmed (don't forget Twin Peaks Day on February 24th!).
For Los Angeles, be aware of normal seasonal tourism cycles in the region.
There is no wrong time to visit Twin Peaks!
When is the worst time to visit Twin Peaks?
For the Snoqualmie/North Bend area, in addition to avoiding Day Out With Thomas you may want to be aware of the dates for the annual ticket-only Twin Peaks Festival. All the local hotels will be full, and the festival typically reserves some of the filming locations exclusively for their use which might prevent you from visiting some of the locations.
Touring in Washington
Consider posting in some of the Twin Peaks-related Facebook groups in order to find some locals (possibly us!) who may give you a free tour (or at least buy you a Bloody Mary at the Elk's Point #9!)
For a basic self-guided tour of the key sites, Savor Snoqualmie offers a self-guided itinerary.
Twin Peaks Tour offers paid tours of some of the Washington Twin Peaks filming sites.
Touring In California
Consider posting in some of the Twin Peaks-related Facebook groups in order to find some locals (possibly us!) who may give you a free tour or helpful advice.
A Reel Experience offers paid tours of California Twin Peaks filming sites, as well as other films and TV Shows.