Twin Peaks has a special place in the hearts of Washingtonians as one of the most beloved TV shows ever filmed here—first in 1990 and then again more than 25 years later with Twin Peaks: The Return in 2017.
Like with most series that take place here, some locations were actually in California. But both the 1990 series and the 2017 revival were partially filmed in Washington, including the town’s most iconic locations, like the Double R Diner and the Great Northern Hotel.
Those who haven’t spent a lot of time in the woodsy areas of the Eastside—beyond Bellevue, toward the edge of the Cascades—will find that it’s both beautiful and a little eerie, especially when we get some of that classic foggy, dark weather that defines are area.
We’ve mapped out some of our favorite Twin Peaks filming locations for all your tourism needs. If you’re doing a driving tour of the North Bend and Snoqualmie arm of Twin Peaks, though, Salish Lodge and Spa (you may know it as the Great Northern Hotel) has its own handy, comprehensive map available for guests.
Locations are mapped north to south.Read More