- Our list of the best things to do in Spokane, Washington, features the top 42 nearby activities — including 18 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Spokane, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Water Activities, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 31 things to do within the city of Spokane, WA , followed by 11 popular activities in nearby cities, including Post Falls
Featuring a variety of waterpark attractions designed for fun and excitement, Splashdown Waterpark, is your choice for family friendly entertainment. Speed slides, raft rides, water cannons and more, kids young and old can stay cool and have a blast.
Big Al's Country Club is a bar, restaurant, and live music venue that hosts a variety of local, regional, and touring country music acts. The facility also hosts a variety of special events, and features a mechanical bull.
Visit the Buck Knives Plant Tour to see the process Buck uses to produce their world famous knives from blanks to warranty repair. Tours are 45 minutes long and given year-round. The on-site factory store offers discounts on Buck products.
Post Falls Cinema Six is a six-theater movie multiplex that shows first-run Hollywood movies. A classic-styled theater with a retro feel, it offers discount tickets and free admission for children under three.
Providing amusement for the entire family, River City Lanes offers fun for both casual and league bowlers. There are also arcade games, outdoor batting cages and an on-site bar/grill for added convenience and enjoyment.
Fall's Park is a 22 acre city park featuring a fishing pond dedicated for youth and handicapped individuals. The park also offers three picnic shelters, walking paths, a playground, interpretive signs, and scenic views of the nearby gorge.
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Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center is a venue for a host of occasions including artistic and cultural events, musical and theater performances, movies, conferences and education outreach. They also feature local artists, photography, Native American artifacts, paintings and multi-media art.