Spokane Visitor Center
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Let us help you plan your trip and find all the best things to do in Spokane! The Spokane Visitor Center is located in Riverfront Park next to the Rotary Fountain and the Carousel.
If you’re thinking about visiting Spokane but are not entirely sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place. Learn more about the Spokane Region to get a general sense of what’s in store for your visit.
To help narrow down the time of year you might want to visit, check out our trip ideas, where things to do are broken down by season. Once you’ve decided on a timeframe, figure out how you’ll get here and move about the city with the help of our transportation and maps resources. To further assist your trip planning, flip through the digital Spokane Regional Visitors Guide, peruse the Visit Spokane blog, request a free visitor packet, or sign up for the e-newsletter. Or, if you like to approach your trip on the fly but still need a little help, our Visitor Information Center is here to help once you’re in town.
What to Expect
In Spokane, the summer months are warm, dry, and mostly clear. On average, Spokane gets 171 sunny days per year. Winters are cold and cloudy but, get an average of 44 inches of snow every year. As for rain, Spokane gets an average of 17 inches per year. Temperatures vary throughout the year from 26°F to 88°F and are rarely below 11°F or above 97°F. The best time to visit Spokane is from late June to early September.
Washington Marijuana Laws
What You Need To Know
Whether you’re a Spokane local, or visiting the Pacific Northwest for the first time, you likely have some questions about marijuana in Washington State. Staying informed on both the law and proper marijuana etiquette is paramount to having a safe and enjoyable time when planning to use cannabis in Washington State. From the best local Spokane weed shops to the latest information on Washington marijuana laws, here is everything you need to know about marijuana in Spokane, Washington.
Transportation & Maps
Once you’re here, getting around is simple. All the usual suspects are available to help you get to your hotel. Grab a cab, Uber, or Lyft. Public transportation is also available. When you’re downtown, hop on a Lime scooter or bike. Downtown Spokane is compact, safe, and walkable. Take a stroll down bustling streets, wander through Riverfront Park, and make sure you walk the Centennial Trail.