A vibrant city, a roaring river, a gateway to the American west. Since its first days as a rail hub, Spokane has stood as a destination city immersed in natural beauty. Book a whitewater adventure, shred fresh powder, bike the beautiful Centennial Trail or hike through countless nature preserves. But it’s not just about the outdoors! Taste Washington’s renowned grapes and hops at any number of local wineries and craft breweries. Or tour the arts with Broadway shows, live music and stunning exhibits.
Lots of restaurants carry a famous dish, but few can claim they invented it. The Palm Court Grill at the historic Davenport Hotel is home to the original Crab Louis. The crab salad topped with their signature tangy, pink dressing is the namesake of hotel founder Louis Davenport. Since 1914 the hotel has offered the dish to Amelia Earhart, Clark Gable, and nearly every 20th century President. To join their company, stop by the Palm Court Grill at and take a bite into this delicious dish!More Info →
Come spring Spokane's quaint South Perry District is aglow with blushing cherries, golden honeys, and yellow squash. The farmer's market runs every Thursday through October. Load up on organic produce, grab a snack at a food stand, and take a stroll through one of Spokane's most delightful neighborhoods.More Info →
The famous floating 14th! One of golf's best known holes, The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course's man-made island is the pinnacle of lakefront golfing. The adjustable offshore green beckons challengers to chip the ball over the water and attain glory. To finish your round, enjoy a ride to the island on a hand crafted mahogany water taxi!More Info →
From Native American salmon gatherings to the 1974 World's Fair, nothing speaks to the spirit of our city like the Spokane River Falls. The rapids roar through the heart of Riverfront Park. For a bird's eye view of the churning waters below, take a ride on the Spokane Falls SkyRide gondolas. Bring your camera! You may catch the Fall's spray break into a rainbow.More Info →
An icon of the city! Past, present, and future all come together in Spokane's 155 foot tall Clocktower. Originally built in 1901 as part of the Great Northern Rail Depot, it stands today amidst green lawns and beautiful river views where it will be preserved for generations to come. As you tour the park's many attractions, take a moment to admire the Clocktower. Imagine what the mammoth beacon must have meant to travelers on their journey into the Western unknown.More Info →
Live music, award-winning wines, and spectacular sunsets! You can have it all perched 400 feet high in Arbor Crest's magnificent Cliff House. The 2014 concert season kicks off May 15! Concerts run every Thursday and Sunday. Performers range from rock and country to classical ensembles and jazz bands. Scroll through the current line-up, pick a date, and enjoy the show!More Info →
Walk, jog, bike, and sightsee! Like the river it traces, the 37.5 mile paved Centennial Trail provides something for everyone. Stroll through Riverfront Park for stunning views of the Falls. Or leave the city behind and bike for miles through untouched ponderosa pines. Whether you're lacing up your shoes, renting a bike, or bringing your binoculars, there's a pocket of the Centennial Trail waiting!More Info →
Are you ready for bold, flavorful and meticulously crafted microbrews? Iron Goat is one of many amazing breweries on the Inland Northwest Ale Trail. Check out the map to learn everything you need to know about the region…namely, where the beer is! Receive a stamp from 10 of the 16 breweries and earn a free 32 oz. mini-growler.More Info →
Breathtaking vistas, beautiful parks, historical treasures and architectural wonders abound on Spokane's 60-mile "City Drive" tour. Take a stroll through world class botanical gardens at Manito Park, then roll up to St. John's Cathedral to admire stunning Gothic architecture. But that's just a snapshot of the city's panorama…Check out our full listing, map your route and hit the road!More Info →
Don't miss this FREE holiday light festival in Riverfront Park, including an animal light zoo, horse and carriage rides...November 28 - January 1, 2015
The Grinch stops in Spokane to sing his holiday classics including "You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch" and "Welcome Christmas”...November 26 - 30, 2014
Check out First Night Spokane for the region's biggest, family friendly New Year's party. With arts, entertainment, fireworks...December 31, 2014
Check out our list of entertainment, music, lights and more as the Spokane region comes alive with winter...November 6 - December 31, 2014
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