Quality Inn Oakwood
7919 N. Division St.
Spokane, WA 99208
Phone: (509) 467-4900
Fax: (509) 467-4933
7919 N. Division St., Spokane, WA, US, 99208
- Phone: (509) 467-4900
- Fax: (509) 467-4933
Spend a wonderful day at Wonderland Family Fun Center. The center has an arcade, laser tag, go cart racing, indoor miniature golf and a batting cage. The center also has free stage shows that are often very cheesy, but entertaining. The center is especially equipped for birthday parties and group events.
It seems like the cellar of an old French chateau; however this relatively new winery is in the basement of the historic Broadview Dairy Building. Several critics described its 1996 and 1997 Sauvignons as among Washington State's best. Stop by their superb tasting room, sample some before you buy, and then take a couple flasks home. Choose from Sauvignon, Bianco, Chardonnay, Merlot, Riesling and more. Starting at a really low price bottle, it should leave you enough to get something else from their gift shop.
Willow in the elegance of some delicious wines at the Lone Canary Winery. This is a small establishment located downtown that produces amazing wines from the local produce of the state of Washington. The place also has a tasting room that offers you some sips of their newly created flavors. The place also hosts some special concerts that are very interesting to watch. Besides, Lone Canary Winery also gives away some of its halls on rent for private celebrations. To know more about the place, check the website.
Nettleton's Addition is a historic district that has preserved the beauty of its past. In the 1800s the area originally contained elegant homes of businessmen and in the early 1900s businesses began to grow around the houses. This district is perfect to walk though since the area contains several picturesque houses.
Fort George Wrigh was a military post that was constructed in 1897. It is named in the honor of General George Wright who bravely leaded the 9th Infantry Regiment in 1850s. The fort was used during important wars including World War I & II, Spanish-American War and Korean War. It was mostly utilized as a base for dispatching troops to different battle zones. In 1940, this fort was transformed into a place which housed a farm and a military hospital. Finally, in 1960 owing to surplus the government offered the land for sale and the Fort Wright College occupied the area. Currently, the fort and its adjoining area is referred to as Fort George Wright Historic District and comprises several historical buildings.
One of the main entertainment hubs in Spokane, Riverfront Park provides great family entertainment while still having enough secluded spots for someone who just wants to enjoy nature. Many attractions and landmarks reside within the park, including the Looff Carousel, the historic Clock Tower, and the IMAX Theater. Take a turn around the park on the Spokane Falls Northern Railway, which makes a 40 minute loop around the park, showing off its natural beauty and great river views. Many of the city's popular family festivals take place here, especially in the summer, so make sure to check out their website for a calendar of events as well as hours of operation for all attractions.
Located in the center of Riverfront Park, the historic Looff Carousel is one of the park's most popular attractions for children and adults alike. The carousel was built in 1909 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to the 54 horses, the carousel features 2 Chinese dragon chairs, 1 giraffe and 1 tiger. A small gift shop and concession stand is located next to the carousel. Hours vary seasonally so check the website before you visit.
The Pavilion in Riverfront Park is a distinctive part of the Spokane skyline, located directly under a massive tent-like structure. Featuring hours of family fun, the Pavilion seasonally offers carnival rides and an ice skating rink, as well as indoor mini-golf, arcade games, the IMAX theater, and a cafeteria. The Pavilion was originally built for the 1974 World's Fair and operates year-round.
Celebrate childhood by heading to the Red Wagon. Located in Riverfront Park, the Red Wagon is a large interactive sculpture that is 12 feet high and 27 feet long. Children can climb the sculpture and go down a slide which looks like the wagon's handle. If you're a child at heart make sure you slide down the wagon yourself.
On a hot day head to the Rotary Fountain by the south entrance of Riverfront Park. You're sure to get wet since water comes out of the ground, mists to the sides and pours down from overhead jets. From Spring to Fall the fountain provides entertainment and a place to cool off.
Whilst most people wouldn't immediately associate fishing with the distilling of fine liquor, the founders of Dry Fly Distilling were inspired by exactly that. The distillery produces finely crafted vodka, gin and whiskey, all of which have garnered many accolades since the distillery opened. Also, if you've always dreamed of making your own liquor, Dry Fly offer hands-on distilling classes, based on the experience of the two founders.
The Spokane Convention Center hosts numerous events throughout the year, including public conventions such as wine tasting events, and many professional trade shows. Located right in Downtown, the Center is directly across from the INB Performing Arts Center, and within walking distance from the major area attractions and restaurants. Also nearby are fantastic views of the river and Spokane Falls.