Spokane Washington is the perfect base for an amazing number of outdoor recreational opportunities. You'll find mountains for skiing and hiking...hundreds of miles of trails for mountain and road biking... and dozens and dozens of lakes and rivers for swimming, boating, and fishing. And even though our outdoors is real without equal, our indoors will stir your senses as well.
The very best Broadway shows, intriguing art galleries, world-class museums and powerful stage performances will capture your imagination And what trip would be complete without shopping and fabulous food? Once again, we've got you covered!
From eclectic to classic, you can shop in sparkling new malls, renovated historic buildings, unique boutiques, and well-renowned department stores. And when it's time for a little refreshment, you'll find restaurants serving up some distinctly regional tastes paired with Spokane's own incredible wines.
The city is the commercial center of an agricultural region and serves as a gateway to the recreation areas of eastern Washington, northern Idaho, and western Montana. Riverfront Park was the site of the 1974 World's Fair. It is located on two islands divided by the spectacular cascading Spokane River and Spokane Falls. Attractions include an IMAX Theater, an amusement park, and a hand-carved 1909 carousel. Spokane's Grand Boulevard is the place to feed the ducks in Manito Park while taking in a view of stunningly Gothic St. John's Cathedral. The park's many gardens are in bloom from May through October.
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