- Our list of the best things to do in Moscow, Idaho, features the top 70 nearby activities — including 33 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Moscow, ID has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 19 things to do within the city of Moscow, ID , followed by 51 popular activities in nearby cities, including Pullman, Lewiston, Clarkston and Spalding
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Managed by horticulturalist Paul Warwick, the University of Idaho Arboretum & Botanical Garden is a major attraction for plant lovers in Moscow, Idaho. The institution houses thousands of diverse plant species, including rare trees such as the Dawn Redwood and European Beech.
A tradition dating back to 1977, the Moscow Farmers Market brings together local performers, farmers, creators, and craftspeople on Saturday mornings. Located downtown, the market offers fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, honey, and other foods, as well as arts and crafts.
Cared for by the Latah Trail Foundation, the Latah Trail Bike Path is an extensive, beautiful cycling route that takes riders through some of the most beautiful areas of Idaho. Formerly a rail line, the path is now open only to cycling traffic and pedestrians.
Kids and adults love swimming and splashing at the Hamilton Aquatics Center in Moscow, Idaho. The Center is open from early June to late August. Its amenities include showers, lockers, two water slides, a dump bucket and various sprinklers and climbing structures.
Paradise Creek Bicycles is a premier bicycle shop that offers bicycle rentals, repairs and sales of both new and used bicycles. In addition to bicycle rentals and sales, Paradise Creek offers group riding and an online shop.
Constructed in 1886, the McConnell Mansion is built in the Victorian Gothic style. More specifically, it combines the Queen Anne and Eastlake styles, and is notable as the only surviving home in the state in that style.
Dedicated to the wild horses of the American Midwest, the Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center in Moscow, Idaho is packed with horse-related information and ephemera. The exhibits emphasize spotted horses, and include reproductions of prehistoric cave paintings that feature the animals.
A non profit performing arts venue located in a historic building constructed in 1908, the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center hosts live theater and music as well as a variety of films and special events.
The Palouse Ice Rink is an ice hockey rink that hosts summer time activities including a plant sale, a garage sale, and roller hockey. The facility is home to competitive hockey leagues for adults as well as children.
Located in historic downtown Moscow, the Camas Prairie Winery handcrafts several varieties of wines including red, white and sparkling. The winery's tasting room serves both wine and a wide selection of imported and domestic beers.