Nearby Historic Attractions

Discovering Walla Walla

Snuggled in the heart of the rich Walla Walla Valley in Washington State’s southeast corner, Walla Walla is a down-to-earth city filled with block after block of charming, beautifully restored 19th-century brick buildings. “The town so nice they named it twice,” as the Chamber of Commerce likes to say. Take a stroll and you’ll come across indie bookstores, an art deco gas station­–turned–lounge, cafés, wineries, and restaurants. Musicians strum on street corners, and food stands purvey bags of sweet onions—a local favorite for more than a century. 

With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, the surrounding Walla Walla Valley and the lovely Blue Mountains just to the east are a magnet for outdoor lovers. There’s hiking, rafting, fishing, golf, and biking through magnificent woods and lush vales. In winter Walla Walla is a perfect base for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. And with more than 100 wineries dotting the valley, a day of leisurely wine tasting is mandatory.

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  • Agriculture

    The Walla Walla Valley is famous for its wineries, having been compared to California’s Napa Valley. But when it comes to agriculture, the area has more to offer than just grapes. Klicker’s Strawberry Acres is famous for its juicy, flavorful fruits. Blue Mountain Lavender Farm channels the fields of Provence, with two acres and 25 varieties of lavender. Monteillet Fromagerie, the first farmstand artisanal cheese facility in the Valley, offers lessons in organic farming and animal husbandry.

    Farmers Market (2.0 Miles)
    Klicker’s Strawberries (5.2 Miles)
    Orchidaceae (3.9 Miles)
    Blue Mountain Lavender Farm (15.5 Miles)
    Monteillet Fromagerie (29.0 Miles)
    Farm Table (5.1 Miles)

  • Art

    Walla Walla has served as inspiration to local and visiting artists alike, with its colorful landscapes and rolling hills. The Walla Walla Foundry is an art organization that provides support and assistance to local artists; many of their works are eventually displayed in Walla Walla’s art galleries and museums. Walla Walla visitors can also catch a concert, production, or performance virtually any night of the week.

    Foundry (1.2 Miles)
    Broel Studio (0.1 Miles)
    Carnegie Art Center (0.5 Miles)

  • Dining

    You won’t have to leave the hotel to get a taste of Pacific Northwest cuisine. The Marc Restaurant offers guests the opportunity to try exciting New American dishes made with ingredients sourced from local suppliers or our own rooftop garden. The Vineyard Lounge familiarizes guests with the local wine over a plate of tapas.

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  • Education

    A community devoted to learning, Walla Walla is surrounded by higher education. Walla Walla Community College and Whitman College are both located in town, while Walla Walla University is located just up the road in College Place. These colleges frequently offer educational and entertainment events open to visitors.

    Whitman College (0.6 Miles)
    Walla Walla University (3.0 Miles)
    Walla Walla Community College (0.2 Miles)

  • Family Activities

    Your family will love exploring the local parks and recreation areas, visiting the Walla Walla Children’s Museum, catching a movie at the drive-in or playing a round of golf at Veterans Memorial Golf Course.

    Children’s Museum (1.5 Miles)
    Biking Trails (0.1 Miles)
    Drive-in-Movies (8.5 Miles)
    Miniature Golf (1.8 Miles)
    Jumpin’ JellyBeanz (17.1 Miles)

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