Exploring Spokane

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Visitor's Guide

 

Go to Visit Spokane for fun things to see and do while you’re here.

Spokane has so much to offer: bike trails, hiking, skiing, you can take in a Broadway show or visit one of the many museums and wineries.

 

 

Dining

Want to get a bite to eat or just whet your whistle? Click here to discover some of the best food and drink Spokane has to offer.

Downtown Outdoor Dining

If there’s one thing you’ll remember from your trip to the Inland Northwest, let it be your exquisite culinary experience. Award winning chefs, breathtaking views and meticulously crafted beer, wine and spirits are waiting for your arrival. Whether you’re looking for hand crafted charcuterie or a perfectly prepared Northwest trout, a brew pub or an intimate wine tasting experience, the Spokane region serves up culture and craft distinctive to our roots. So bring your appetite and get ready to taste, test, sip, swirl and savor Spokane!

 


More things to do

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  • Riverfront Park– Explore 100 acres of fun right in the heart of Downtown Spokane. Year-round attractions including a giant screen theatre, Skyride over the Falls, historic 1909 Looff Carrousel, ice skating in winter, mini-golf, amusement rides, walking and biking paths, park tour train and more family fun. Come see us!
  • Riverside Park-Riverside is the only state park with an off-road vehicle area. To get there, take Francis west which then turns into Hwy 291 as it veers north. Take a left on Seven Mile Road, left on Inland Road. This 600-acre off-road area west of Deep Creek is perfect for motocross, 4-wheel drive and dirt biking and snowmobiles in the winter.
  • Manito Park-Spokane’s showcase gardens include Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Memorial Japanese Garden, Rose Hill formal rose garden, French Renaissance-style Duncan Garden, Lilac Garden, Joel E Ferris Perennial Garden, Gaiser Conservatory, Mirror pond with a picnic shelter and children’s play area.
  • Click here for more things to do in Spokane.

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