Spokane and Eastern Washington Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Spokane and Eastern Washington - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Badger Mountain Vineyard

  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

A beautiful view of the valley and wine made without pesticides or preservatives is what you'll find here. Badger Mountain was the first...

Columbia Park

  • Park/Playground

Adjacent to the Columbia River, this is one of Washington's great parks. Its 4½-mile-long riverfront has boat ramps, a golf course,...

East Benton County Historical Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The entire entryway to the museum is made of petrified wood. Photographs, agricultural displays, petroglyphs, and a large collection...

Ice Harbor Lock and Dam

  • Dam

At 103 feet, the single-lift locks here are among the world's highest. ...

McNary National Wildlife Refuge

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

More than 200 species of birds have been identified here, and many waterfowl make it their winter home. But the 15,000 acres of water...

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