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Did you know that downtown Issaquah used to be the site of numerous coal mines? The Issaquah History Museums' Olde Town Mine History Hike explores the mining history that shaped downtown Issaquah. Take the hike and get a new perspective on the Olde Town neighborhood through historic photos, maps, and discussions of the changing landscape.
This loop hike begins at the historic Train Depot in downtown Issaquah and covers the areas near the Issaquah Creek dam and Mine Hill before returning to the Depot. Walks are held rain or shine. Bring water, snacks, and wear appropriate hiking shoes.
Tickets are $10 general admission or $7.50 for IHM members. Advance registration is required and unexpected guests cannot be accomodated. Participants meet at the Issaquah Depot Museum to begin the hike.
There is a strict limit of 20 guests for this hike. Please, no children under 10; children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please leave your canine friends at home.
For more information, contact the Issaquah History Museums at 425-392-3500 or email@example.com.
This program is made possible by funding from 4Culture.
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Issaquah History Museums
IHM is a nonprofit local history organization that manages the Issaquah Depot Museum, the Gilman Town Hall Museum, and the Issaquah Valley Trolley. It's your history, we're just keeping it for you.