Spokane Valley Attractions

The Spokane Valley is home to many of our region’s most exciting attractions. People from the Northwest, Canada and beyond converge at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center for events and concerts. Friends, family, and visitors gather at Avista Park to cheer on the Spokane Indians baseball team. The city’s proximity to outdoor adventures offers something in every season.


One Day Adventures in Spokane Valley

Up in the Air Adventures
  • Start the day with a scenic helicopter tour of Spokane Valley and surrounding lakes via White Rabbit Heli tours or Inland Helicopters at Felts Field, or contact Avian Balloon flights to enjoy a tour by air a slower pace.
  • Enjoy lunch at Skyway Café at Felts Field (while watching the helicopters and small planes come and go).
  • Head east through Spokane Valley to experience a breathtaking view of a natural conifer forest via Mica Moon Zip Line tours (open April through October)
  • Enjoy a local brew and dinner at one of Spokane Valley’s many breweries, including: Twelve String Brewing, Badass Backyard Brewing, V-Twin Brewing, English Setter, and Hopped Up.
Valley History and Shopping Extravaganza
  • Plan a visit to Spokane Valley Heritage Museum (open 11-4, Wed through Sat) to learn about the region’s rich history. Their collections of historical photographs are amazing.
  • Enjoy lunch at Dave’s Bar and Grill, just a half block from the Museum.
  • Shop the unique boutiques and vintage along Sprague Avenue (great deals to be had) or swing into the Spokane Valley Mall to access some national retailers.
  • Rest your legs in the evening while sampling some Washington wines at Ambrosia Bistro and Wine Bar, Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar, or Vintage Vines Wine Bar – all located in Spokane Valley.


Winter: Ski adventures combined with Indoor Fun
  • Begin with breakfast or lunch at Cottage Café, a local favorite and old school American eatery.
  • If snow levels permit, enjoy a cross country ski at Dishman Hills Natural Area or along the Appleway and Centennial trails. If you prefer to downhill ski, Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park is a short 45-minute drive north.
  • For an indoor winter activity – visit the Spokane Valley Escape room, attend a local Sip’n Paint class, or decorate your own dish at Polka Dot Pottery. Multiple businesses offer these opportunities in Spokane Valley.
Summer: Two great views – Dishman Hills and Indians Baseball  
  • Begin with breakfast or lunch at Cottage Café, a local favorite, old school American eatery.
  • Enjoy a scenic hike at Dishman Hills Natural Area (and earn a beautiful view of the valley as you near the top of the hill).
  • Cool down with a tasty treat from Pete & Belle’s Ice Cream Shop or the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
  • Cheer on the Spokane Indians Class A minor league baseball team at Avista Stadium. Games are scheduled June through early September.

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