Welcome to our Spokane resources page. Here you will find documents to assist you as you explore our expansive region. Please take advantage of the maps, guides and diagrams that will help you discover our top notch retail, abundant recreation, envied attractions, distinctive lodging and beautiful meeting and convention venues. Enjoy!
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|Take the Spokane City Drive. Start by downloading this PDF guide, then follow the directions for a fun few hours of sightseeing around Spokane. Look for the street signs along the drive for extra guidance, Or program your GPS. Our waypoints make navigation simple.|
|The Inland Northwest Ale Trail is a fun way to explore our region's breweries. Start by downloading the map, then collect ten stamps from participating breweries and receive your INW Ale Trail 32oz mini growler.|
|When Spokane is referred to as Near Nature. Near Perfect., you know the biking is epic. Bring your road bike to take advantage of the Centennial Trail or Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, but don't forget your mountain bike because the riding is endless. Take a tour on the beautiful Route of the Hiawatha as you pass through pristine forest and old railroad tunnels or grab your downhill bike for the drops and features at Beacon Hill.|
|Spokane’s growing arts community has more to offer than ever before. Experience the various art exhibits at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture; admire the glass art of Dale Chihuly at the Gonzaga University Jundt Art Museum, or visit the Bryan Oliver Gallery at Whitworth University. No matter where you end up, exciting art destinations are around every corner.|
|The Sculpture Walk starts at Washington State University's Riverpoint campus and ends at the Spokane Falls overlook by the Monroe Street bridge. The tour meanders by the Spokane River and passes 20 art installations worth seeing!|
|Looking for the best entertainment around? The Performing Arts Guide is the source for dance, theater, music, kids, events and venues in the Spokane region.|