When people think Spokane, they think Riverfront Park. Home to Expo '74, the park has been beautifully renovated to honor its history and provide modern attractions. Here you will experience the Spokane River; calm in places, gently rippling in others and then thundering over the Spokane Falls. Take in a view of the Spokane skyline from the Pavilion's sky bridge, take a ride on the hand-carved Looff Carrousel and Numerica Skyride, then take a spin on Skate Ribbon.
Riverfront Park is adjacent to The Spokane Convention Center and a short walking distance from River Park Square and dozens of restaurants, wineries, breweries, shops, and hotels.
Hours of operation vary through the year and for each attraction.
Summer Season approximately April 1st through Labor Day Weekend.
Winter Season last week of October through last week of February.
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Riverfront Park, the site of the 1974 World's Fair, boasts 100 acres of fun in the heart of downtown Spokane. The park features year round events and attractions including the historic 1909 Looff Carrousel, the SkyRide over Spokane Falls, and the Skate Ribbon (open for ice skating in winter and roller skating in the summer). Call or check website for shows and showtimes.
DescriptionExplore 100 acres of fun right in the heart of downtown Spokane. This city landmark features year-round attractions including a new interactive fountain along with a, summer picnic shelters Spokane Falls Skyride, a historic 1909 Looff Carrousel, Ice Ribbon, mini-golf, a restaurant and more family fun.
Total Sq. Ft.100
Space NotesBrand new Looff Carrousel Options
3 Event Rooms All together (one big room) $500
Looff Patio $200
Total Charge $700