10 Fun Things To Do In Walla Walla, Washington

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Located in the southeastern part of Washington state, Walla Walla is known as a friendly and welcoming town. Celebrated wineries and Walla Walla sweet onions are a result of its rich fertile lands. With the Blue Mountains as a backdrop, picturesque Walla Walla is the home of fun activities.

Continue to read for 10 fun things to do in Walla Walla and explore more of the incredible town and region.

1.   Visit a Lavender Farm

Part of the agricultural foundation of the Walla Walla area, you can experience the scenic beauty of fields of lavender at Blue Mountain Lavender Farm. At the beginning of each summer, the fields blossom. Delightful scents of lavender embrace visitors to the farm. Craft classes, pick your own flowers, and a boutique filled with lavender-based treats are available for all to participate in.

2.   Wines and Wineries

Known as a fabulous destination for vineyards and wineries, the Walla Walla area has over 100 to choose from. One unique offering is a hands-on experience at Northstar Winery. Join them for their Blending Experience. You can give it a try crafting your own blend of wine, and you can take the bottle home with you!

3.   PGA Qualifier Golf

You can find a number of superb golf courses in the area. One in particular to try your skill at is Wine Valley Golf Club. One of the few PGA qualifying courses in the Pacific Northwest, Wine Valley Golf Club is a superior course to play.

4.   Skiing and Snowboarding

With the second highest elevation in Washington, Ski Bluewood is an ideal spot to hit the slopes. A great selection of terrain will match the skill levels of novice to adventure-seekers. Ski or boarding, either is a great option on the Blues.

5.   Don’t Forget the Apples

Not only does Walla Walla excel in producing wines, a stop at one of the many apple orchards is a must. For those who like ‘liquid apples,’ Blue Mountain Cider offers tours and tastings of the locally grown cider. While sipping on a flight of cider, enjoy games in their taproom.

6.   Snacks for Wine and Ciders

Staying with locally produced items, Walla Walla Cheese Company makes their cheeses from locally raised cows. They produce a wide range of cheeses from gouda to cheddar. Stop by and buy a cheese platter to take with you for snacks as you tour wineries, breweries, and cider makers!

7.   Movie Time

Take a step back in time and attend a drive-in movie. As the sun is starting to set, head to MF Drive-in Theater. Such a perfect way to end a summer day!

8.   More Entertainment

Not only is it located in an historic building, but you can experience musical performances, see theater, and laugh at comedy shows at the Gesa Power House Theater. The venue is also available for weddings and fundraisers.

9.   Farm to Table

In the Walla Walla area, the culinary scene has something for everyone. Fresh roasted coffee to start the day, sandwiches on freshly baked breads, and fine dining for diner choices.

10.         Shopping in Downtown

Last, but not least, wander through the downtown area for shopping at locally owned stores. The downtown area has beautifully preserved buildings that are lined along tree-shaded sidewalks.

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