top of page

Located just 80 miles east of Seattle in the Cascade mountains, Roslyn, WA was originally founded as a coal mining town and later became the filming site for the TV series "Northern Exposure." The town is now home to many residents and local businesses, and is a hot spot for tourists and outdoor lovers.


With historic coal mines, ethnic cemeteries, and the longest continuously running saloon in Washington, Roslyn has been, and is, a going place.

Join long time museum docent and story teller Dave Franklin on a walking tour of the town for historical facts, inside information, and good stories. 

bottom of page