Hankering for a damn good cup of coffee, a slice of cherry pie and a trip down memory lane? Black Tomato’s Twin Peaks experience gives fans of David Lynch’s cult ’90s TV program (recently brought back for a third season on Showtime) the chance to visit the Washington state locales that inspired the show’s namesake town.
Guests begin their journey in Seattle, where they will take in the local attractions before venturing out to the wooded countryside of the Pacific Northwest (taking extra care to “smell those Douglas firs" along the way) in a complimentary car. Eventually, they will arrive in Snoqualmie, the filming location for many of the show’s exterior shots, and check in at the Salish Lodge & Spa, better known to fans of the show as the Great Northern Hotel, where FBI agent Dale Cooper stayed during his investigation into the murder of Laura Palmer. While in town, guests can visit the locations of the Double R Diner, Twin Peaks High School and the Sheriff’s Station, as well as participate in outdoor activities like fishing and hiking.
Guests will finish their trip with a visit to Yakima Wine Valley and Olympic National Park before heading back to Seattle to cap the adventure with a romantic helicopter flight over the city. Available all year round, the eight-night trip is priced at US$4,219 per person.