Spokane Tours

Looking to explore eclectic cuisine or immerse yourself in Spokane’s abundant outdoor activities? Spokane tours allow you to absorb this modern urban oasis, discover its unique history, and explore the city’s many shopping, dining, arts, and outdoors opportunities. Tour services like Inland Empire Tours or Group Coordinators would love to help you plan your next Spokane trip. Below you will find just a small sampling of the great activities Spokane has to offer. Start planning your next Spokane getaway! 

The Great Outdoors 

Make time for some fresh air and beautiful sights. Spend a day touring Spokane’s 100-acre Riverfront Park, a perennial favorite for visitors. Bike by the impressive Great Northern Clock Tower on your way to the magnificent Spokane Falls. After letting the falls splash you, dry off by taking a spin on the historic Looff Carrousel.

If you want to escape the city, Green Bluff Growers provides a whole host of nearby family farms and food stands offering delicious and healthy eats. Seasonal activities include pick-your-own fruit and annual festivals, like the Apple Festival every fall. Don’t miss out on the chance to connect with nature while hand-picking delicious fresh food!

Spokane From Above

Hankering for some heights? Watch the earth shrink beneath you on a thrilling helicopter tour of downtown Spokane and beyond with White Rabbit Heli Tours. This is one remarkable way to see the city from a bird’s-eye view! 

If a helicopter ride isn’t enough time in the sky for you, find time to feel the wind rush through your hair as you zip line across stunning forest canopy. Guided zip tours with Mica Moon Zip Tours will leave you breathless from the incredible views and staggering heights. Thread through forests and catch sight of historic moonshine camps where “Mica Moon” moonshine was made during prohibition. Everyone will enjoy the chance to take in the breathtaking scenery from the sky!

Urban Exploration

History and art lovers should not miss the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. Take in an array of engaging exhibits before wandering through time at the historic Campbell House, from 1898. Step out on the expansive veranda overlooking the Spokane River, admire the carefully crafted Neoclassical Revival architecture, and learn about life for the in the late 19th century. Sip delicious coffee at the museum’s cafe and shop for a keepsake in the museum store.

Lift your spirits with some handcrafted vodka, gin, or whiskey at the small-batch Dry Fly Distilling, Washington's first manufacturer of craft distilled spirits. All products and ingredients come from local, small sustainable, farm families. Schedule a free tour to learn more about how their products are made, offered most Saturdays. Once you’re done learning how all the Dry Fly drinks are made, rest for a while and enjoy the results of their hard labor in the Tasting Room.

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