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Things To Do in Spokane While Attending WBC2018

 

Spokane’s motto, “Near nature, near perfect” perfectly describes Washington’s second most populous city. Selected as an All-America City three times, Spokane provides this year’s National Women’s Business Conference (WBC) attendees with lots of options before and after the event (September 23-25, 2018), as well as during any downtime—both outdoors and indoors. For those feeling adventurous, the ROW Adventure Center offers white-water rafting while the Centennial Trail is perfect for hikers. Spokane is also home to beautiful sites, including the scenic Spokane Falls, which is located in the central business district in downtown. If you’d rather relax and get off your feet, there are plenty of local wineries, breweries, spas and live music venues that may be right up your alley. For those looking to indulge in fine cuisine, Mizuna has become recognized as one of the top restaurants by Northwest Best Places, with its wide range of fresh and local ingredients.

Here’s a complete list of things to enjoy in Spokane:

Spokane Falls

Flowing upwards of 31,000 cubic feet per second, Spokane Falls is truly a sight to behold. Connecting to the Centennial Trail, there are several observation points to watch and photograph this natural beauty. Heralded as one of the best cable rides in the world, the Spokane Falls Skyride takes riders down 200 feet, so you can see firsthand the thunderous falls crashing next to you.

Centennial Trail

Starting at the state line of Washington and Idaho, this beautiful trail takes hikers through downtown Spokane while mostly following the Spokane River. The trail is car-free with  opportunities to go biking, canoeing and even horseback riding on its various courses.

Riverfront Park

Considered one of the most scenic urban parks in the country, Riverfront Park offers spectacular views of Spokane Falls, great walking paths and much more. If you’re looking to explore and relax at the same time, Riverfront Park may be your place.

Spokane Valley Mall

If you’re in the mood for shopping, the Spokane Valley Mall has you covered. The area’s only regional shopping center has the latest apparel, sporting goods and housewares in more than 100 specialty stores.

Latah Creek Winery

This family-run winery is perfect for any wine aficionado. Latah Creek Winery takes you on a memorable tour around the winery and ends with a trip to the tasting room, where guests can sample many of the products available for sale. One of the signature blends here is the Merlot, but the winery also has a range of white wines to satisfy all taste buds.

ROW Adventure Center

The ROW Adventure Center will certainly satisfy your craving for adventure with its wide range of outdoors activities, from lake kayaking to white-water rafting. The center also offers fly fishing, an extravagant culinary tour and a self-guided bike tour.

Mica Moon Zip Tours

This isn’t your normal zipline experience. Alongside professional guides, the Mica Moon Zip Tour travels though beautiful dense forests and over valleys to guarantee the thrill of a lifetime. Located halfway up Mica Peak and south of Liberty lake, this adventure is one you can cross off your bucket list.

La Rive Spa

La Rive Spa & Salon promotes wellness through our nurturing and compassionate perspective. The spa offers healing massages, facials, wraps and body treatments that are enhanced by a palette of natural and native materials.

Manito Park

Stretching across 90 acres of beautiful greenery, Manito Park is a perfect way to relax before, during or after the conference. Enjoy a scenic picnic, marvel in the dahlia and Japanese gardens and explore the glass conservatory that houses tropical plants that flourish all throughout the year.

Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox

First opened in 1931, this nationally recognized performance hall makes for a perfect night out on the town with performances on a weekly basis. The theatre also includes a wine bar so attendees can enjoy a drink before or after the show. Lucky for conference attendees, the Fox Theatre is the venues for this year’s Opening Reception!

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

Explore the unique history, culture, community and art that separates the Pacific Northwest from the rest of the country. The collection numbers over one million artifacts and ephemera, including fine art and material culture from the Americas, Europe and Asia. You don’t want to miss out!

Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

From sporting events to headline music performances, there’s always plenty to look forward to at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.

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