15 ‘Twin Peaks’ Locations You Can Visit in Real Life

Many diehard fans of the original 1990s show have traveled to the Pacific Northwest to see the most iconic Twin Peaks locations. Follow in the footsteps of creator David Lynch, and you’ll be hot on the heels of Agent Cooper. One location, in particular, has become really popular with bikers (page 10).

1. ‘Welcome to Twin Peaks, Population: 51,201’

Welcome to Twin Peaks sign
The “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign from the pilot episode | Mondo Digital via Youtube

What better place to start than the opening sequence of Twin Peaks? The sign, which Agent Cooper drives past in the pilot, actually stood on Reining Road in Snoqualmie, Washington. Paste reports that it isn’t there anymore. But Twin Peaks fans will appreciate the view.

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The fan blog, “In Twin Peaks,” reports the sign’s location is “one of the most authentic-feeling locations from the show — The Twin Peaks mood here is positively palpable.” The blogger adds, “It’s really no wonder that the mountain road was chosen as the entryway into the enigmatic town of Twin Peaks despite [Mount Si’s] lack of a real ‘twin.'”

Next: The Great Northern Hotel

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