Spokane and Eastern Washington

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  • 1. Centennial Trail

    Trail/Path

    This trail—which starts near Nine Mile Falls, northwest of Spokane, then runs through downtown, along Riverfront Park, and then stretches east...Read More

  • 2. Manito Park and Gardens

    Garden/Arboretum

    A pleasant place to stroll in summer, this 90-acre park has a formal Renaissance-style garden, conservatory, Japanese garden, duck pond, and...Read More

  • 3. Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This architectural masterpiece, considered one of America's most important and beautiful Gothic cathedrals, was constructed in the 1920s with...Read More

  • 4. Charles R. Conner Museum of Zoology

    Museum/Gallery

    This museum has the finest collection of stuffed birds and mammals and preserved invertebrates in the Pacific Northwest; more than 700 are on...Read More

  • 5. 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, picnic areas...Read More

  • 6. Colville National Forest

    Forest

    This vast region encompasses mountains, forests, and meadows in the state's northeast corner. Here the desert area ends, and three mountain...Read More

  • 7. Dayton Historical Depot Society

    Museum/Gallery

    At Washington's oldest standing depot, the society houses exhibits illustrating the history of Dayton and surrounding communities. ...Read More

  • 8. Finch Arboretum

    Garden/Arboretum

    This mile-long green patch along Garden Springs Creek has an extensive botanical garden with more than 2,000 labeled trees, shrubs, and flowers...Read More

  • 9. Franklin County Historical Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Here you'll find numerous items illustrating local history, including Native American artifacts. Revolving exhibits have featured the Lewis...Read More

  • 10. Gallery of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    Changing exhibits of works by local and nationally known artists are on show here throughout the school year, and year-end exhibitions showcase...Read More

  • 11. Grand Coulee Dam Visitor Center

    Information Center

    Colorful displays about the dam, a 13-minute film on the site's geology and the dam's construction, and information about the 30-minute laser...Read More

  • 12. Ice Harbor Lock and Dam

    Dam

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

  • 13. 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 and marsh...Read More

  • 14. Moses Lake Museum and Art Center

    Museum/Gallery

    Fossils collected all over North America, including prehistoric land and marine animals, are exhibited here. Regional artists are also featured. ...Read More

  • 15. Museum of Art

    Museum/Gallery

    The small Museum of Art has lectures as well as exhibitions that might include turned-wood art, Native American art, or landscaping displays. ...Read More

  • 16. Pioneer Park

    Park/Playground

    Planted with native and exotic flowers and trees, this turn-of-the-20th-century park has a fine aviary. It was originally landscaped by sons...Read More

  • 17. Washington State University

    Educational Institution

    Opened in 1892 as the state's agriculture school, Washington State University today sprawls almost all the way to the Idaho state line. To park...Read More

  • 18. Whitman Mission National Historic Site

    Historic District/Site

    This is a reconstruction of Waiilatpu Mission, a Presbyterian outpost established on Cayuse lands in 1836. The park preserves the foundations...Read More

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