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  • 1 Riverfront Park Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    507 N. Howard St.

    Taking in both banks of the Spokane River as it flows through the heart of the city's downtown, this outstanding urban park combines the relaxing atmosphere of a pedestrian mall with thundering waterfalls and the gleeful presence of a carnival midway..

  • 2 Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist Interesting

    Religious buildings

    127 E 12th Ave 

    Begun in 1925 and completed in 1961, this magnificent English Gothic-style cathedral rises from a wooded bluff overlooking downtown Spokane. Massive, ornate, crowned by a 180ft carillon tower and resplendent with glittering stained-glass windows, the..

  • 3 Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture Interesting

    Museums and art

    2316 W. 1st Ave.

    Located in Spokane's Historic Browne's Addition Neighborhood and surrounded by wonderful Victorian and Craftsman-style homes, this polished stone museum (formerly the Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum) perches atop the bluffs overlooking the Spokane Rive..

  • 4 John A. Finch Arboretum Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    3404 W. Woodlawn

    Nestled among the wooded foothills of southwest Spokane, Finch Arboretum's 65 acres of sloping terrain blend attractive, formally landscaped grounds with settings more characteristic of the region's natural areas. A creek trickles through the center ..

  • 5 Manito Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    1702 S. Grand Blvd

    A gardener's delight and inspirastion, Manito Park presents four lovingly cultivated landscapes from diverse horticultural traditions-a fine Japanese garden, an immense rose garden, a perennial garden and a large classical garden planted in the Europ..

  • 6 Bing Crosby Collection at Gonzaga University

    Museums and art

    Dakota & Desmet Sts.

    Bing Crosby (1904-77), the popular American singer and film actor, grew up in Spokane in a house adjacent to Gonzaga University. A modest collection of his memorabilia now resides in the university's Crosby Student Center, which was completed in 1957..

  • 7 Cliff Park

    Nature and gardens

    12th & Grove Ave.

    Thrust above a tidy neighborhood of Craftsman-style bungalows, this pocket park perches atop a massive protrusion of basalt called Review Rock, the highest point in the city. A short footpath leads to a grassy space at the top of the rock and opens u..

  • 8 Spokane Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    801 W. Riverside Ave.

    Make this your first stop for information on points of interest, seasonal events, accommodations and recreation

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