Spending some Time in Spokane?
Spokane, Washington is a vibrant city with a lot to offer tourists. With its rich history, local wineries and entertainment venues, there is always something to do or experience in this town. The best way to get to know this destination city is through one of its many walking or guided tours. Check out all that these tours have to offer.
Spokane Sculpture Walk
The Spokane Sculpture Walk was developed as a project of the Spokane Arts Commission and the city of Spokane. There are over 20 sculptures in the Riverfront Park and along the Centennial Trail that are included in the tour. The first stop is on the Washington State University’s campus downtown and it ends at the Monroe Street Bridge nearby the Spokane Falls overlook.
The Spokane Heritage Walk
One of the most popular self-guided tour of the city’s historic places is easy to maneuver with a Downtown Spokane Heritage Walk brochure which can be obtained at the Spokane Convention and Visitors Bureau on Main Street. Within the brochure, you will find information about nearly 60 historic sites, buildings and stories about the different districts located in the downtown area.
Inland Empire Tours
This tour company arranges day and evening activities throughout the city. They can arrange historical tours, specialty dinners, casino excursions, or overnight outings at nearby places. They often work with senior citizens, groups, churches and individuals looking for assistance navigating the town.
Relish! A Spokane Food Tour
This is the premier food and wine tour of the city of Spokane. The tour prides itself on the fact that it does not provide access to the box chains of America, rather it takes you to the hand-selected, good old-fashioned eateries where the best local food can be found. They seek to provide samples of not only the best food, but the best cultural aspects of the city as well.
If you are looking for excellent wine in a pleasant atmosphere, then you might want to check out this happening winery. This unique spot is filled with beautiful walls of art, knowledgeable staff, and just an all-around warm vibe. The tasting room is open daily from noon to 7pm (noon to 6pm on Sunday and Monday). There are a number of fun events throughout the year at the winery as well, making it a great spot to visit or hang out with friends.