Twin Peaks: On Location

The Real Twin Peaks

Mega-fans of the 90s series by David Lynch are thrilled to have more material to obsess over. Now that the supernatural journey into the mysterious town of Twin Peaks is back on TV, it’s time to revisit some of the IRL locations that make the show so special. Introducing Snoqalmie, Washington:

RR Cafe aka Twede’s Cafe

Backdrop to plenty cups of joe and slices of cherry pie, the Double R diner was owned and run by local honey Norma Jennings.


Ronette’s Bridge

The famous scene of Ronette walking on this bridge has left many wondering where the majestic chunk of aged metal lives.


The Great Northern aka Salidge’s Lodge

The finest hotel in Twin Peaks or rather Snoqalmie, is where Special Agent Cooper spent his nights and met a handful of odd characters.

"Diane, 6:18 a.m., room 315, Great Northern Hotel here in Twin Peaks…"

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Snoqualmie Falls

These falls were made famous by the melancholic opening credits, accompanied by the dreamy sounds of Angelo Badalamenti.


Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Office

Where the finest lawmen Sheriff Cooper, Hawk, and Andy Brennan spend most of their time. No morning is complete without Lucy’s magnificent donut and coffee spread.

twin peaks sheriffs office

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We’ll leave you to prepare for more binge watching and daydream about travels to the wonderful Snoqalmie, Washington via the Twin Peaks soundtrack.