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Attractions in Spokane, WA (showing 1 - 10 out of 10)

Browne's Addition Historic District

Browne's Addition Historic District

2128 W 2nd Ave
Spokane, WA 99204directionsDirections
(509) 624-1341

Travel back to the late 19th century to relive some of Spokane's colorful past when you visit Browne's Addition Historic District. These prairie-Victorian mansions, appealing bungalows and prairie-style homes make this one of the most popular areas of town for visitors and history buffs. The neighborhood is easy to get to by taking Second Avenue west from downtown. Some of the popular sites include Patsy Clarke's Mansion, which is one of the city's most popular inns. Also, don't miss the Glover Mansion, the home of Spokane's founder. This popular attraction is rightfully listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Cat Tales Zoological Park

Cat Tales Zoological Park

17020 N Newport Hwy
Spokane, WA 99021directionsDirections
(509) 238-4126

Family fun, feline style is what you'll find at Cat Tales Zoological Park. This unique zoo attraction spotlights various endangered members of the cat family. The kids will surely enjoy getting a closer-than-usual look at some of the facility's famous residents. These include tigers, pumas, lions, and lynx. If you want to learn more, you can opt to take one of the zoo's highly informative and entertaining tours. And don't forget to bring your camera to capture as many pics of these really cool cats.

Centennial Trail

Centennial Trail

(509) 624-7188

Get the family ready for some fun, healthy activity by hitting the trail! The Centennial Trail, that is. This picturesque hike and bike trail begins in Idaho and runs all the way through the bike-friendly city of Spokane and then continues on to Riverside State Park. Don't worry if all of your family members aren't bicycle-equipped, as the trail is an excellent place for a brisk walk that will not only allow you to get some great aerobic exercise, but you'll enjoy the unforgettable scenery along the way.

Jundt Art Museum

Jundt Art Museum

502 E Boone Ave
Spokane, WA 99258directionsDirections
(509) 313-6843

Strolling through the impressive galleries at the Jundt Art Museum will put your senses on high alert. The various captivating images, sculptures, and other pieces are as stunning as they are thought-provoking. Prints, glass works, photographs and tapestries from some of the world's most recognized artists make up the impressive collection, so plan to spend more than a little while absorbing it all.

Latah Creek Winery & Gift Shop

Latah Creek Winery & Gift Shop

13030 E Indiana
Spokane, WA 99216directionsDirections
(509) 926-0164

Wine making is something that the Pacific Northwest is known for, and you can get a dramatically detailed view of the what it takes to create a great bottle of wine by visiting the Latah Creek Winery & Gift Shop. This winery is one of the leading Merlot producers in the region, and many visitors enjoy visiting this first-class attraction which is located east of downtown Spokane just off Interstate 90. Not only is the Merlot something special, but the entire facility retains an air of classic beauty as it was built to resemble a Spanish mission. Once you visit and see it all, you'll understand why the Latah Creek Wine Cellar is the most popular winery in the Spokane Valley.

Mobius Children's Museum

Mobius Children's Museum

808 W Main Ave
Spokane, WA 99201directionsDirections
(509) 321-7121

Your kids will be entertained for hours when they go on an adventure at Mobius Kids. This pint-sized museum is big on fun and activities for children, as it offers a wide variety of interactive exhibits and games that teach kids about everything from bicycle safety to science to various types of cultures. The whole family will enjoy this engaging, highly unique experience that the kids will remember long after they've grown up!

North Spokane Farm Museum

North Spokane Farm Museum

6233 W Ridgeway Rd
Deer Park, WA 99006directionsDirections
(509) 466-2744

The work and history of our nation's farmers are rightfully celebrated at the city's highly interesting North Spokane Farm Museum. Take a look at some vintage farm equipment like a tractor from the 1930s, classic reapers, scrapers, mowers and corn planters, too. Affectionately referred to as "The Red Shed," this museum attraction was the vision of the farm's original owner, William Hugo Greiff. And even though the regular season runs from April to November, you can make an appointment to see the museum in the off season. Also, when you call to schedule your visit, expect to plan your visit early in the morning, as the facility is still a working farm!

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

2316 W 1st Ave
Spokane, WA 99201directionsDirections
(509) 456-3931

Sometimes, the two of you can enjoy some quality time just by making a quick escape to a romantic place that offers something truly special for you to focus on. One such place is the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. Considered to be one of the most impressive cultural institutions in the Pacific Northwest, this is anything but your average museum. On your date, you can casually stroll through the five galleries to take in the famously eclectic works and exhibits. The building itself is a work of art, as it features impeccable landscaping, an outdoor amphitheater, a museum store, and a great cafe where you both can get a cup of coffee and talk about the many artistic high points of your time together.

Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park

507 N Howard St
Spokane, WA 99201directionsDirections
(509) 625-6600

Spokane's Riverfront Park offers you an excellent chance to experience the best of both worlds. Located downtown on the banks of the river, the park sprawls out over a lush 100-acres. The most obvious part of this hugely popular attraction are the outdoor activities that include taking in the amazing views of the waterfalls and spacious green areas that create some truly unforgettable imagery. But there's also an IMAX theater, Pavilion rides, the Big Red Wagon, a historic tower, as well as a Gondola Skyride that allows you to glide over the amazing waterfalls. Whether you want to spend some quality time alone absorbing nature or want to experience it all with family and friends, Riverfront Park offers a day full of activities that are nothing less than unforgettable. Also, if you purchase a day pass, it is good for unlimited rides, an IMAX showing as well as miniature golf.

Wonderland Family Fun Center

Wonderland Family Fun Center

10515 N Division
Spokane, WA 99218directionsDirections
(509) 468-4386

The Wonderland Family Fun Center really lives up to its name! The kids will totally enjoy themselves at this highly popular attraction for family fun. Some of the fun activities that are available include indoor and outdoor mini golf, video games, laser tag, batting cages, go karts and lots more children's games. There's also an area for mom and dad to relax as well as an excellent restaurant on site to help satisfy those worked-up appetites. Wonderland Family Fun Center is one of those special places that the kids never seem to get tired of visiting.

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