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Spokane Annual Visitors Guide

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Do Something Original

Customize an unforgettable tour for your group with these fabulous a la carte options.

 

  • Local Art - From the historic, artsy Davenport District to funky Garland Street, Spokane artists show their original work at co-op and private galleries. Tour, shop or arrange a private showing and artist reception.

 

  • Shop Till You Drop - Sometimes the best things come from small packages, and Spokane is full of unique boutiques, eclectic shops and charming specialty stores. And sometimes the best things come from big packages, and you'll find nationally known and loved stores here as well. Private shopping hours can be arranged.

 

  • Stage and Screen - From feature length films to Broadway touring productions to art house theater, Spokane knows how to entertain. Go behind the scenes with a local film production crew or mingle with the cast of a touring group at a private reception.

 

  • Wine and Dine - Eastern Washington produces some of the nation's finest wines, and locally-owned and operated wineries and tasting rooms are scattered across our region. Arrange a private dinner at an architecturally unique winery where guests can chat with the vintner, learn a little about wine and enjoy a perfectly paired meal.

 

  • Technical Tours - Customize a behind-the-scenes tour of businesses that specialize in health care, pharmaceuticals, genetics, retail, security, high tech and more.

 

  • The Old West - Take a City Slicker detour to a guest ranch for an easy-going trail ride, chuck wagon dinner or hayride.

 

  • Outdoor Recreation - Find out why we say the Inland Northwest is Near Nature, Near Perfect and schedule some golf, skiing, cycling, hiking, river rafting, kayaking or fishing.

 

  • Sports - Cheer for the home team at a semi-pro or college sporting event.

 

  • Learn Something New - A private clinic with a local pro will improve your skills or teach you a brand new sport. How about golf, tennis, fly fishing or kayaking?

 

  • Hit the Water - A local outdoor expert will guide you on a scenic, peaceful paddle on one of the region's gorgeous 76 lakes.

 

  • Happy Trails - Miles of flat, paved, non-motorized trails make this a bike riding town for everyone from families towing tots in trailers to tri-athletes in training. Up for more challenging thrills? Miles of mountain biking trails snake through the hills and valleys.

 

  • Relax - Take time for some pampering with a visit to a luxurious spa, or grab a yoga mat and stretch out the stress.

 

  • Update Your Look - It's time for a new you and a new do with one-on-one make-up consultation, beauty advice and a visit to a hair salon.

 

  • Get Lit - Author readings at local bookstores give you the inside scoop on the newest books and an intimate glimpse of the writer's life.

 

  • Cook It Up - Design a gourmet cooking class created around seasonal produce and locally-raised meat, poultry or fish. A local chef or culinary expert will teach, entertain and satisfy your appetite.

 

  • Become an Artist - Take a painting class led by a local artist and create a lasting memento of your visit to the Inland Northwest.

 

  • Rings on Your Fingers - Learn jewelry design from a master craftsman.

 

  • Chocolate! - Discover the history, nuances and secrets of the chocolate industry from our local candy makers.

 

  • Say Cheese - Sample from over 100 artisan cheeses at a local gourmet cheese market and learn how to pair your indulgences with award-winning wine.

 

  • Downtown Living - Tour turn-of-the-century historic buildings that have been converted to lofts and condos.

 

  • Green Thumb - Stop and smell the flowers, learn a few tricks of the trade from the growers, and tour lavender, iris, dahlia farms or Manito Park's spectacular rose, lilac, perennial, Japanese and formal gardens.

 

  • Dine Around - You'll never go hungry in Spokane. Local chefs proudly create an international menu of choices that range from Asian-fusion to down-home Southern cooking. Enjoy appetizers in one restaurant, main course in another and dessert at a third. Many restaurants focus on locally-grown produce and locally-raised meat, fish and poultry, insuring fresh and tasty meals.

 

  • Bird's Eye View - Ride the nation's longest tram up-up-up Silver Mountain and enjoy a picnic lunch in a scenic meadow. In 1910, the region around you was devastated by the biggest fire in America's history when "The Big Burn" blackened 3 million acres (an area the size of Connecticut). Today, millions of evergreen blanket the landscape.
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