Spokane attractions

Park in Spokane

Riverfront Park

The site of the 1974 World's Fair and Exposition, this park has numerous highlights, including a 17-point Sculpture Walk and the scenic Spokane Falls. A short gondola ride, the Spokane Falls SkyRide takes you direct…
Park in Spokane

Riverside State Park

Track the Centennial Trail 3 miles to the west and you'll end up here in 10,000 acres of protected forest and trails where you can run, walk or cycle to your heart's content. Among the park's natural highlights is t…
Museum in Spokane

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

In a striking state-of-the-art building in the historic Browne's Addition neighborhood, this museum has – arguably – one of the finest collections of indigenous artifacts in the Northwest. Leading off a plush glass …
Landmark in Spokane

Looff Carrousel

Like a relic from an old-fashioned fairground, this 1909 hand-carved carousel is a kids' classic and, along with the larger-than-life Radio Flyer Wagon sculpture, should keep families occupied for a couple of hours.…
Museum in Spokane

Bing Crosby House

The immortal Bing Crosby donated a comprehensive collection of his recordings and paraphernalia to alma mater Gonzaga University, and many of these items are displayed in this museum housed in his childhood home (no…
Cable Car in Spokane

Spokane Falls SkyRide

This scenic, 15-minute gondola ride has views of Spokane Falls that are so close up that spray can mist you through the window. Note that the SkyRide is closed for renovation until fall 2017.
Waterfall in Spokane

Spokane Falls

The amount of water gushing through Spokane and over these falls is mesmerizing. For close-up views, step aboard the Spokane Falls SkyRide, a 15-minute gondola ride.
Museum in Spokane

Jundt Art Museum

In the university art center at the end of Pearl St is this museum housing a good collection of classical sculpture and painting, as well as an 18ft chandelier by glass-artist Dale Chihuly.
Monument in Spokane

Radio Flyer Wagon

The largest Radio Flyer wagon in the world is great fun for kids to climb on.
Landmark in Spokane

Monroe Street Bridge

Built in 1911 and one of the largest concrete arches in the US.