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Walla Walla > Best Western Walla Walla Suites Inn

Best Western Walla Walla Suites Inn
7 East Oak Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Nightly Rates (112.99 - 112.99)   3 Star

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Property Description
The Best Western Walla Walla Suites Inn is centrally located so you can experience the Walla Walla Valley with its vineyards, rolling wheat fields, and backdrop of the Blue Mountains. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you enjoy this beautiful community. There is easy access to Lewis & Clark history, cultural events, over 50 wineries, and outdoor activities. Our mini-suites have high-speed Internet access, dataports on the telephone, refrigerator, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, microwaves (we provide the popcorn), and coffee/tea maker. Enjoy a dip in the indoor pool or relax in our spa after a workout in the exercise room. Wake up in the morning refreshed and start your day with our complimentary 25 items continental breakfast including hot waffles. The General Manager has a Local Wine Tasting on selected evenings. There is a large meeting room accommodating 50 guests and a small room for 15 guests, both with Internet access. We have a 24-hour business center, which includes a computer with high-speed Internet access, printer, a fax machine, and a copier. Two restaurants are adjacent to the Best Western Walla Walla Suites Inn with another gourmet restaurant and winery one block away. Quaint shops, wineries, eateries, and much more await you 2 blocks in Walla Walla's historic downtown.




Amenities
  • Bar/Lounge

  • Parking

  • Restaurant

  • Business Center

  • Laundry/Valet Services

  • Fitness Center or Spa

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Coffee Maker in Room

  • Television with Cable

  • Modem Lines in Room

  • Modem Lines in Room

  • Free Parking

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Pets Allowed

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • Pool

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Elevators

  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities


  • Room Information
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,MICROWAVE,REFRIGERATOR,CONTL BKFS

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * Microwave * Refrigerator * Continental Breakfast
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,NO SMOKING,MICROWV,REFRIG,COFFEEM

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * Coffee Maker * Microwave * No Smoking * Refrigerator * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN BED,MICROWAVE,REFRIGERATOR,CONTINENTAL BRE

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Microwave * Refrigerator * Continental Breakfast
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,MICROWAVE,REFRIGERATOR,CONTINENTAL BR

  • * 2 Queen Beds * Microwave * Refrigerator * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN BED,NO SMOKING,MICROWV,REFRIG,COFFEEMAKER,

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Coffee Maker * Microwave * No Smoking * Refrigerator * Continental Breakfast
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,NO SMOKING,MICROWV,REFRIG,COFFEEMAKER

  • * 2 Queen Beds * Coffee Maker * Microwave * No Smoking * Refrigerator * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN BED,SMOK,HI SPEED NET,MICRWAVE REFRIG,COFM

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Coffee Maker * High Speed Internet Access * Microwave And Refrigerator * Smoking Room * Continental Breakfast
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,SMOK,HI SPEED NET,MICRWAVE REFRIG

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * Coffee Maker * High Speed Internet Access * Microwave And Refrigerator * Smoking Room * Continental Breakfast
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,SMOK,HI SPEED NET,MICRWAVE REFRIG,COF

  • * 2 Queen Beds * Coffee Maker * High Speed Internet Access * Microwave And Refrigerator * Smoking Room * Continental Breakfast
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,NSMK,HI SPEED NET,MICRWAVE REFRIG

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * No Smoking * High Speed Internet Access * Microwave And Refrigerator * Coffee Maker * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN BED,NSMK,HI SPEED NET,MICRWAVE REFRIG,COFM

  • * 1 Queen Bed * No Smoking * High Speed Internet Access * Microwave And Refrigerator * Coffee Maker * Continental Breakfast
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,NSMK,HI SPEED NET,MICRWAVE REFRIG,COF

  • * 2 Queen Beds * No Smoking * High Speed Internet Access * Microwave And Refrigerator * Coffee Maker * Continental Breakfast

    Rate Disclaimer
    Indicative rates are for search purposes only. The entire range of rates may not be available during certain seasons or other specified periods of time. Check for specific rate availability when making a reservation.

    Miscellaneous Information
  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 P.M. 

  • Check out time is 11:00 A.M. 

  • Time Zone is  Pacific Standard Time 

  • 78  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 3  floors. 


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    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation policies vary from hotel to hotel. Most current and accurate cancellation policies will appear on your confirmed reservation notification.

  • Restaurants:

  • * Adjacent from Jacobi's, casual dining * Adjacent from El Sambaro, Mexican food, casual dining * 4 blocks from Backstage Bistro * 5 blocks from Mill Creek Brew Pub
  • Galleries and Museums:

  • * Carnegie Art Center * Fenton/Stahl Gallery * Vogue Galley * Frazier Farmstead Museum * 1 mile(s) from Carnegie Hall Art Museum * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Museum
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 50 mile(s) from Pasco, ID * 50 mile(s) from Pendleton, OR * 195 mile(s) from Spokane * 300 mile(s) from Portland, OR * 300 mile(s) from Tacoma * 350 mile(s) from Seattle
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .2 mile(s) from "the Great American Main Street Award", winning downtown, with unique antique shops, street art and galleries to explore * Spring Barrel Tasting in May at over 50 wineries * .3 mile(s) from Saturday Market, (May through October) * Balloon Stampede held on Mother's Day Weekend * Downtown Concerts held Thursday evenings during the summer, open to public * Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival * Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days held on Labor Day Weekend * Holiday Barrel Tasting in December at wineries * .4 mile(s) from Veterans Golf Course * .6 mile(s) from Little Theater * 1 mile(s) from The Grand Cinemas * 1 mile(s) from Fort Walla Walla Museum * 1 mile(s) from Pioneer Park & Aviary, plus many city parks * 2 mile(s) from the Walla Walla Fairgrounds with events year around * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla Country Club and Golf Course * 4 mile(s) from Whitman Mission National Historic Site * 12 mile(s) from Frazier Homestead Museum in Milton-Freewater, OR * 20 mile(s) from Lewis & Clark Trail State Park * 40 mile(s) from Bluewood Ski Area * 40 mile(s) from Wild Horse Casino & Tamastslikt Museum
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .2 mile(s) from "the Great American Main Street Award", winning downtown, with unique antique shops, street art and galleries to explore * Spring Barrel Tasting in May at over 50 wineries * .3 mile(s) from Saturday Market, (May through October) * Balloon Stampede held on Mother's Day Weekend * Downtown Concerts held Thursday evenings during the summer, open to public * Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival * Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days held on Labor Day Weekend * Holiday Barrel Tasting in December at wineries * .4 mile(s) from Veterans Golf Course * .6 mile(s) from Little Theater * 1 mile(s) from The Grand Cinemas * 1 mile(s) from Fort Walla Walla Museum * 1 mile(s) from Pioneer Park & Aviary, plus many city parks * 2 mile(s) from the Walla Walla Fairgrounds with events year around * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla Country Club and Golf Course * 4 mile(s) from Whitman Mission National Historic Site * 12 mile(s) from Frazier Homestead Museum in Milton-Freewater, OR * 20 mile(s) from Lewis & Clark Trail State Park * 40 mile(s) from Bluewood Ski Area * 40 mile(s) from Wild Horse Casino & Tamastslikt Museum
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .2 mile(s) from "the Great American Main Street Award", winning downtown, with unique antique shops, street art and galleries to explore * Spring Barrel Tasting in May at over 50 wineries * .3 mile(s) from Saturday Market, (May through October) * Balloon Stampede held on Mother's Day Weekend * Downtown Concerts held Thursday evenings during the summer, open to public * Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival * Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days held on Labor Day Weekend * Holiday Barrel Tasting in December at wineries * .4 mile(s) from Veterans Golf Course * .6 mile(s) from Little Theater * 1 mile(s) from The Grand Cinemas * 1 mile(s) from Fort Walla Walla Museum * 1 mile(s) from Pioneer Park & Aviary, plus many city parks * 2 mile(s) from the Walla Walla Fairgrounds with events year around * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla Country Club and Golf Course * 4 mile(s) from Whitman Mission National Historic Site * 12 mile(s) from Frazier Homestead Museum in Milton-Freewater, OR * 20 mile(s) from Lewis & Clark Trail State Park * 40 mile(s) from Bluewood Ski Area * 40 mile(s) from Wild Horse Casino & Tamastslikt Museum
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .2 mile(s) from "the Great American Main Street Award", winning downtown, with unique antique shops, street art and galleries to explore * Spring Barrel Tasting in May at over 50 wineries * .3 mile(s) from Saturday Market, (May through October) * Balloon Stampede held on Mother's Day Weekend * Downtown Concerts held Thursday evenings during the summer, open to public * Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival * Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days held on Labor Day Weekend * Holiday Barrel Tasting in December at wineries * .4 mile(s) from Veterans Golf Course * .6 mile(s) from Little Theater * 1 mile(s) from The Grand Cinemas * 1 mile(s) from Fort Walla Walla Museum * 1 mile(s) from Pioneer Park & Aviary, plus many city parks * 2 mile(s) from the Walla Walla Fairgrounds with events year around * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla Country Club and Golf Course * 4 mile(s) from Whitman Mission National Historic Site * 12 mile(s) from Frazier Homestead Museum in Milton-Freewater, OR * 20 mile(s) from Lewis & Clark Trail State Park * 40 mile(s) from Bluewood Ski Area * 40 mile(s) from Wild Horse Casino & Tamastslikt Museum
  • Colleges and Universities:

  • * .6 mile(s) from Whitman College * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla College * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Community College
  • Colleges and Universities:

  • * .6 mile(s) from Whitman College * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla College * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Community College
  • Colleges and Universities:

  • * .6 mile(s) from Whitman College * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla College * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Community College
  • Colleges and Universities:

  • * .6 mile(s) from Whitman College * 3 mile(s) from Walla Walla College * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Community College
  • Walking Walla Walla:

  • * Walking guides are available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce at the corner of E. Sumach and N. Colville. * The Downtown Walk highlights the history, restoration and renovation of Downtown Walla Walla. In 2001, the National Trust of Historic Preservation presented Walla Walla with one of only five "Great American Main Street Awards". In 2002 the National Trust selected Walla Walla as one of "America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations". In 2002 Sunset Magazine chose Walla Walla as their "Best Main Street in the West". Walla Walla has received many state and revitalization awards. You can call 509-529-8755. The Historic Homes Walk , Up Boyer and Pioneer Park Walk, and the Fort Walla Walla Walk all take you past many historic buildings and sites * Historical Homes: Take a stroll by Walla Walla's many historical homes. Our grand vintage homes, spanning a myriad of architectural periods, are noteworthy in residential districts. A listing of the historic homes and addresses is available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce.
  • Walking Walla Walla:

  • * Walking guides are available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce at the corner of E. Sumach and N. Colville. * The Downtown Walk highlights the history, restoration and renovation of Downtown Walla Walla. In 2001, the National Trust of Historic Preservation presented Walla Walla with one of only five "Great American Main Street Awards". In 2002 the National Trust selected Walla Walla as one of "America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations". In 2002 Sunset Magazine chose Walla Walla as their "Best Main Street in the West". Walla Walla has received many state and revitalization awards. You can call 509-529-8755. The Historic Homes Walk , Up Boyer and Pioneer Park Walk, and the Fort Walla Walla Walk all take you past many historic buildings and sites * Historical Homes: Take a stroll by Walla Walla's many historical homes. Our grand vintage homes, spanning a myriad of architectural periods, are noteworthy in residential districts. A listing of the historic homes and addresses is available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce.
  • Walking Walla Walla:

  • * Walking guides are available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce at the corner of E. Sumach and N. Colville. * The Downtown Walk highlights the history, restoration and renovation of Downtown Walla Walla. In 2001, the National Trust of Historic Preservation presented Walla Walla with one of only five "Great American Main Street Awards". In 2002 the National Trust selected Walla Walla as one of "America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations". In 2002 Sunset Magazine chose Walla Walla as their "Best Main Street in the West". Walla Walla has received many state and revitalization awards. You can call 509-529-8755. The Historic Homes Walk , Up Boyer and Pioneer Park Walk, and the Fort Walla Walla Walk all take you past many historic buildings and sites * Historical Homes: Take a stroll by Walla Walla's many historical homes. Our grand vintage homes, spanning a myriad of architectural periods, are noteworthy in residential districts. A listing of the historic homes and addresses is available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce.
  • Walking Walla Walla:

  • * Walking guides are available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce at the corner of E. Sumach and N. Colville. * The Downtown Walk highlights the history, restoration and renovation of Downtown Walla Walla. In 2001, the National Trust of Historic Preservation presented Walla Walla with one of only five "Great American Main Street Awards". In 2002 the National Trust selected Walla Walla as one of "America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations". In 2002 Sunset Magazine chose Walla Walla as their "Best Main Street in the West". Walla Walla has received many state and revitalization awards. You can call 509-529-8755. The Historic Homes Walk , Up Boyer and Pioneer Park Walk, and the Fort Walla Walla Walk all take you past many historic buildings and sites * Historical Homes: Take a stroll by Walla Walla's many historical homes. Our grand vintage homes, spanning a myriad of architectural periods, are noteworthy in residential districts. A listing of the historic homes and addresses is available at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce.
  • Wineries:

  • Over 50 wineries in Walla Walla Wine Country.* Canoe Ridge Winery * Buty Winery * Abeja * Amavi * Basel Cellars Estate Winery * Beresan * Bergevin Lane Vineyards * Bodega Turner * Bunchgrass Winery * Cayuse Wine Tasting * Colvin Vineyards * Cougar Crest Winery * Dunham Cellars * Dusted Valley Vintners * El Mirador Winery * Five Star Cellars * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * Five Star Cellars * Harlequin Wine Cellars * Isenhower Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * K Vintners * Latitude 46 N * L'ecole No.41 * Leonetti Cellar * Lowden Hills Winery * Nicholas Cole Cellars * Northstar Winery * Patit Creek Cellars * Patrick M. Paul Vineyard * Pepper Bridge Winery * Reininger Winery * Rulo Winery * Saviah Cellars * Seven Hills Winery * Saviah Cellars * Stephenson Cellars * Syzygy * Tamarack Cellars * Three Rivers Winery * Vierra Vineyards * Walla Walla Vintners * Whitman Cellars * Woodward Canyon Winery * Yellow Hawk Cellar * Zerba Cellars
  • Wineries:

  • Over 50 wineries in Walla Walla Wine Country.* Canoe Ridge Winery * Abeja * Amavi * Basel Cellars Estate Winery * Buty Winery * Bunchgrass Winery * Bodega Turner * Beresan * Bergevin Lane Vineyards * Cayuse Wine Tasting * Colvin Vineyards * Cougar Crest Winery * Dunham Cellars * Dusted Valley Vintners * El Mirador Winery * Five Star Cellars * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * Five Star Cellars * Harlequin Wine Cellars * Isenhower Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * K Vintners * Latitude 46 N * L'ecole No.41 * Leonetti Cellar * Lowden Hills Winery * Nicholas Cole Cellars * Northstar Winery * Patit Creek Cellars * Patrick M. Paul Vineyard * Pepper Bridge Winery * Reininger Winery * Rulo Winery * Saviah Cellars * Seven Hills Winery * Saviah Cellars * Stephenson Cellars * Syzygy * Tamarack Cellars * Three Rivers Winery * Vierra Vineyards * Walla Walla Vintners * Whitman Cellars * Woodward Canyon Winery * Yellow Hawk Cellar * Zerba Cellars
  • Wineries:

  • Over 50 wineries in Walla Walla Wine Country.* Canoe Ridge Winery * Buty Winery * Bergevin Lane Vineyards * Basel Cellars Estate Winery * Amavi * Beresan * Abeja * Bodega Turner * Bunchgrass Winery * Cayuse Wine Tasting * Colvin Vineyards * Cougar Crest Winery * Dunham Cellars * Dusted Valley Vintners * El Mirador Winery * Five Star Cellars * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * Five Star Cellars * Harlequin Wine Cellars * Isenhower Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * K Vintners * Latitude 46 N * L'ecole No.41 * Leonetti Cellar * Lowden Hills Winery * Nicholas Cole Cellars * Northstar Winery * Patit Creek Cellars * Patrick M. Paul Vineyard * Pepper Bridge Winery * Reininger Winery * Rulo Winery * Saviah Cellars * Seven Hills Winery * Saviah Cellars * Stephenson Cellars * Syzygy * Tamarack Cellars * Three Rivers Winery * Vierra Vineyards * Walla Walla Vintners * Whitman Cellars * Woodward Canyon Winery * Yellow Hawk Cellar * Zerba Cellars
  • Wineries:

  • Over 50 wineries in Walla Walla Wine Country.* Canoe Ridge Winery * Buty Winery * Bergevin Lane Vineyards * Basel Cellars Estate Winery * Amavi * Beresan * Abeja * Bodega Turner * Bunchgrass Winery * Cayuse Wine Tasting * Colvin Vineyards * Cougar Crest Winery * Dunham Cellars * Dusted Valley Vintners * El Mirador Winery * Five Star Cellars * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * Five Star Cellars * Harlequin Wine Cellars * Isenhower Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * K Vintners * Latitude 46 N * L'ecole No.41 * Leonetti Cellar * Lowden Hills Winery * Nicholas Cole Cellars * Northstar Winery * Patit Creek Cellars * Patrick M. Paul Vineyard * Pepper Bridge Winery * Reininger Winery * Rulo Winery * Saviah Cellars * Seven Hills Winery * Saviah Cellars * Stephenson Cellars * Syzygy * Tamarack Cellars * Three Rivers Winery * Vierra Vineyards * Walla Walla Vintners * Whitman Cellars * Woodward Canyon Winery * Yellow Hawk Cellar * Zerba Cellars
  • Art Galleries:

  • Enjoy strolling down Main Street viewing bronze sculptures on Walla Walla's street corners. Whitman College has a map outlining artwork throughout its beautiful campus.* The Art of Wine Gallery * Blue Creek Gallery * Breezeway Gallery at Whitman College * Brickstone Design Gallery * Broel Studio * Carnegie Art Center * Cayuse Studios * Clay in Motion Gallery & Studio * Clyde & Mary Harris Gallery * Coffee Connection Café Gallery * Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts * C.S. Poppenga Studio in Milton-Freewater * Darrah's Framing & Decorating * Dayton Historic Depot * Fenton/Stahl Gallery * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * Jill Ingram Watercolor Gallery * Noodle Grotto Studios * Paradise Art Gallery * Rhythmite Gallery * Ralph Tretheway Art Gallery * Seven Hills Gallery * Sheehan Gallery at Whitman College * Skylite Gallery * Stevens Gallery at Whitman College * Tamastslikt Cultural Institute * The Painter's Cottage * Walla Walla Foundry * WWCC Art Gallery * Waterbrook Winery * Wenaha Gallery * Whitman Cellars
  • Art Galleries:

  • Enjoy strolling down Main Street viewing bronze sculptures on Walla Walla's street corners. Whitman College has a map outlining artwork throughout its beautiful campus.* The Art of Wine Gallery * Blue Creek Gallery * Breezeway Gallery at Whitman College * Brickstone Design Gallery * Broel Studio * Carnegie Art Center * Cayuse Studios * Clay in Motion Gallery & Studio * Clyde & Mary Harris Gallery * Coffee Connection Café Gallery * Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts * C.S. Poppenga Studio in Milton-Freewater * Darrah's Framing & Decorating * Dayton Historic Depot * Fenton/Stahl Gallery * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * Jill Ingram Watercolor Gallery * Noodle Grotto Studios * Paradise Art Gallery * Rhythmite Gallery * Ralph Tretheway Art Gallery * Seven Hills Gallery * Sheehan Gallery at Whitman College * Skylite Gallery * Stevens Gallery at Whitman College * Tamastslikt Cultural Institute * The Painter's Cottage * Walla Walla Foundry * WWCC Art Gallery * Waterbrook Winery * Wenaha Gallery * Whitman Cellars
  • Art Galleries:

  • Enjoy strolling down Main Street viewing bronze sculptures on Walla Walla's street corners. Whitman College has a map outlining artwork throughout its beautiful campus.* The Art of Wine Gallery * Blue Creek Gallery * Breezeway Gallery at Whitman College * Brickstone Design Gallery * Broel Studio * Carnegie Art Center * Cayuse Studios * Clay in Motion Gallery & Studio * Clyde & Mary Harris Gallery * Coffee Connection Café Gallery * Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts * C.S. Poppenga Studio in Milton-Freewater * Darrah's Framing & Decorating * Dayton Historic Depot * Fenton/Stahl Gallery * Forgeron Cellars * Fort Walla Walla Cellars * James Leigh Cellars * Jill Ingram Watercolor Gallery * Noodle Grotto Studios * Paradise Art Gallery * Rhythmite Gallery * Ralph Tretheway Art Gallery * Seven Hills Gallery * Sheehan Gallery at Whitman College * Skylite Gallery * Stevens Gallery at Whitman College * Tamastslikt Cultural Institute * The Painter's Cottage * Walla Walla Foundry * WWCC Art Gallery * Waterbrook Winery * Wenaha Gallery * Whitman Cellars
  • Music, Theater, and Dance:

  • * Walla Walla Symphony, founded in 1907, is the oldest continuous symphony orchestra west of the Mississippi River. The symphony performs in Cordiner Hall at Whitman College. Walla Walla has many theater groups performing through the year at Harper Joy Theater, Little Theatre, Walla Walla Community College Theater, Walla Walla College, and every summer at the Fort Walla Walla Outdoor Amphitheater.
  • Music, Theater, and Dance:

  • * Walla Walla Symphony, founded in 1907, is the oldest continuous symphony orchestra west of the Mississippi River. The symphony performs in Cordiner Hall at Whitman College. Walla Walla has many theater groups performing through the year at Harper Joy Theater, Little Theatre, Walla Walla Community College Theater, Walla Walla College, and every summer at the Fort Walla Walla Outdoor Amphitheater.
  • Music, Theater, and Dance:

  • * Walla Walla Symphony, founded in 1907, is the oldest continuous symphony orchestra west of the Mississippi River. The symphony performs in Cordiner Hall at Whitman College. Walla Walla has many theater groups performing through the year at Harper Joy Theater, Little Theatre, Walla Walla Community College Theater, Walla Walla College, and every summer at the Fort Walla Walla Outdoor Amphitheater.
  • History:

  • * Walla Walla is the "Cradle of Inland Northwest History
  • History:

  • * Walla Walla is the "Cradle of Inland Northwest History
  • Museums:

  • * Fort Walla Walla Museum - 2 miles - Fort Walla Walla Museum is a 16 building pioneer settlement with a 19th century military and Indian cemetery. There is a life size diorama of Lewis & Clark with Yellept of the Walla Walla band. The 1920 wheat harvest exhibit features a 33 mule team hitched to a wooden combine surrounded by a mural of the harvest. The museum has Living History Company performances, Lewis & Clark Days, Art shows, Fall Harvest Festival, and many special events. You can call 509-525-7703. * Whitman Mission National Historic Site - 4 miles - Whitman Mission was built in 1836 by Marcus and Narcissa Whitman. After more than a decade living with the Cayuse Indians, the Whitmans and 11 others were killed by a band of Cayuse during a measles epidemic. The tragedy sparked a war between the Cayuse and settlers from the Willamette and Lower Columbia Valleys, eventually leading to the creation of the Oregon Territory in 1848. Weekend visitors see demonstations replicating pioneer and Cayuse life from the 1840's. 509-529-2761 * Kirkman House Museum -1 bl.- The Kirkman House is an authentic example of the luxurious 1880's and one of the Northwest's outstanding Victorian structures. The museum is the home to a textile center showcasing period textile arts. 509-529-4373 * The Frazier Farmstead Museum - 12 miles-The Frazier Farmstead is the original homesite of the community founder William S. Frazier. Settled in 1868, the six acre site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The restored home contains many of its original furnishings and exhibits by the Umatilla Historical Society. Several farm buildings remain on the site with a perennial herb garden, a rose garden, a gift shop, and a historical research facility. 541-938-4636 * Bruce Memorial Museum - 20 miles In 1883 William P. and Caroline Bruce built this elegant Victorian mansion. It has been completely restored by the the Waitsburg Historical Society. 509-337-6157 or 509-33-6631. * Dayton Historic Depot - 30 miles- Dayton Historic Depot was built in 1881. It is the oldest railroad station in the State of Washington. In continuous use until 1971, it is used today as a center for interpretation and education of local history. 509-382-2026 * Palus Artifact Museum - 30 miles The Palus Artifact Museum displays a collection of locally found artifacts from the Palouse Indians. The tribe wintered near Palouse Falls, spending summers gathering roots and berries in the present day are of Dayton and the near by Blue Mountains. 509-382-820 * Tamastalikt Museum - 40 miles The Tamastalikt Museum is at the Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Mission, OR.
  • Museums:

  • * Fort Walla Walla Museum - 2 miles - Fort Walla Walla Museum is a 16 building pioneer settlement with a 19th century military and Indian cemetery. There is a life size diorama of Lewis & Clark with Yellept of the Walla Walla band. The 1920 wheat harvest exhibit features a 33 mule team hitched to a wooden combine surrounded by a mural of the harvest. The museum has Living History Company performances, Lewis & Clark Days, Art shows, Fall Harvest Festival, and many special events. You can call 509-525-7703. * Whitman Mission National Historic Site - 4 miles - Whitman Mission was built in 1836 by Marcus and Narcissa Whitman. After more than a decade living with the Cayuse Indians, the Whitmans and 11 others were killed by a band of Cayuse during a measles epidemic. The tragedy sparked a war between the Cayuse and settlers from the Willamette and Lower Columbia Valleys, eventually leading to the creation of the Oregon Territory in 1848. Weekend visitors see demonstations replicating pioneer and Cayuse life from the 1840's. 509-529-2761 * Kirkman House Museum -1 bl.- The Kirkman House is an authentic example of the luxurious 1880's and one of the Northwest's outstanding Victorian structures. The museum is the home to a textile center showcasing period textile arts. 509-529-4373 * The Frazier Farmstead Museum - 12 miles-The Frazier Farmstead is the original homesite of the community founder William S. Frazier. Settled in 1868, the six acre site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The restored home contains many of its original furnishings and exhibits by the Umatilla Historical Society. Several farm buildings remain on the site with a perennial herb garden, a rose garden, a gift shop, and a historical research facility. 541-938-4636 * Bruce Memorial Museum - 20 miles In 1883 William P. and Caroline Bruce built this elegant Victorian mansion. It has been completely restored by the the Waitsburg Historical Society. 509-337-6157 or 509-33-6631. * Dayton Historic Depot - 30 miles- Dayton Historic Depot was built in 1881. It is the oldest railroad station in the State of Washington. In continuous use until 1971, it is used today as a center for interpretation and education of local history. 509-382-2026 * Palus Artifact Museum - 30 miles The Palus Artifact Museum displays a collection of locally found artifacts from the Palouse Indians. The tribe wintered near Palouse Falls, spending summers gathering roots and berries in the present day are of Dayton and the near by Blue Mountains. 509-382-820 * Tamastalikt Museum - 40 miles The Tamastalikt Museum is at the Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Mission, OR.
  • Sports:

  • Sports:

  • Sports:

  • Golf:

  • * .5 mile(s) - Veterans Memorial Golf Course is a 18 hole course on the north side of Walla Walla with a pro shop and restaurant. 509-527-4507 * 3 mile(s) - Walla Walla Country Club has majestic trees lining the 18-hole course with a large dining room and pro shop. 509-525-1562 * 10 mile(s) - Milton-Freewater Golf Course 541-938-7284 * 40 mile(s) - Wildhorse Golf Course, Wildhorse Hotel & Casino 800-654-9453 * 30 mile(s) - Touchet Valley Golf Course, Dayton 509-382-4851
  • Rodeos:

  • * Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days Rodeo * Pendleton Roundup * Waitsburg Days of Real Sport * Dayton Rodeo
  • Rodeos:

  • * Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days Rodeo * Pendleton Roundup * Waitsburg Days of Real Sport * Dayton Rodeo
  • Rodeos:

  • * Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days Rodeo * Pendleton Roundup * Waitsburg Days of Real Sport * Dayton Rodeo
  • Skiing:

  • * Ski Bluewood - 40 miles east of Walla Walla in the Blue Mountains has downhill skiing, cross country skiing, and snowmobile trails call 509-382-4725 * Spout Springs at Tollgate in the Blue Mountains and in NE Oregon offers many cross country skiing and snow mobile trails. You can call 541-566-0320
  • Skiing:

  • * Ski Bluewood - 40 miles east of Walla Walla in the Blue Mountains has downhill skiing, cross country skiing, and snowmobile trails call 509-382-4725 * Spout Springs at Tollgate in the Blue Mountains and in NE Oregon offers many cross country skiing and snow mobile trails. You can call 541-566-0320
  • Skiing:

  • * Ski Bluewood - 40 miles east of Walla Walla in the Blue Mountains has downhill skiing, cross country skiing, and snowmobile trails call 509-382-4725 * Spout Springs at Tollgate in the Blue Mountains and in NE Oregon offers many cross country skiing and snow mobile trails. You can call 541-566-0320
  • Biking:

  • * Walla Walla has many roadways and trails for recreational biking. Paved trails run from Rooks Park, east of town to the College Place city limits, and near Fort Walla Walla Park. The rolling wheat fields and nearby Blue Mountains are waiting for the most experienced mountain bikers and road cyclists. A trail and lanes map is available from the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, 29 E. Sumach. * BMX Track and Skateboard Park: The pro-style BMX Track and Skateboard Park are at Fort Walla Walla Park. It hosts local, state, and regional competitions and welcome visitors anytime.
  • Biking:

  • * Walla Walla has many roadways and trails for recreational biking. Paved trails run from Rooks Park, east of town to the College Place city limits, and near Fort Walla Walla Park. The rolling wheat fields and nearby Blue Mountains are waiting for the most experienced mountain bikers and road cyclists. A trail and lanes map is available from the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, 29 E. Sumach. * BMX Track and Skateboard Park: The pro-style BMX Track and Skateboard Park are at Fort Walla Walla Park. It hosts local, state, and regional competitions and welcome visitors anytime.
  • Biking:

  • * Walla Walla has many roadways and trails for recreational biking. Paved trails run from Rooks Park, east of town to the College Place city limits, and near Fort Walla Walla Park. The rolling wheat fields and nearby Blue Mountains are waiting for the most experienced mountain bikers and road cyclists. A trail and lanes map is available from the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, 29 E. Sumach. * BMX Track and Skateboard Park: The pro-style BMX Track and Skateboard Park are at Fort Walla Walla Park. It hosts local, state, and regional competitions and welcome visitors anytime.
  • Canoeing:

  • * Bring your kayak or canoe and enjoy rowing on Bennington Lake, Wallula Gap, the Snake River, the many lakes in the Blue Mountains, or on the many rivers in the area. Enjoy a trip to see the Palouse Falls. Walla Walla is an Indian name for "Many Waters".
  • Canoeing:

  • * Bring your kayak or canoe and enjoy rowing on Bennington Lake, Wallula Gap, the Snake River, the many lakes in the Blue Mountains, or on the many rivers in the area. Enjoy a trip to see the Palouse Falls. Walla Walla is an Indian name for "Many Waters".
  • Canoeing:

  • * Bring your kayak or canoe and enjoy rowing on Bennington Lake, Wallula Gap, the Snake River, the many lakes in the Blue Mountains, or on the many rivers in the area. Enjoy a trip to see the Palouse Falls. Walla Walla is an Indian name for "Many Waters".
  • Fishing:

  • * The valley has many rivers for the fisherman. There is fishing in the Touchet River, Walla Walla River, Snake River, and many others in the lakes and rivers of the Blue Mountains.
  • Fishing:

  • * The valley has many rivers for the fisherman. There is fishing in the Touchet River, Walla Walla River, Snake River, and many others in the lakes and rivers of the Blue Mountains.
  • Hiking and Birdwatching:

  • * The Blue Mountains has many trails and wildlife for the enthusiast.
  • Hiking and Birdwatching:

  • * The Blue Mountains has many trails and wildlife for the enthusiast.
  • Swimming:

  • * Walla Walla has several indoor pools at Whitman College, Walla Walla College, and YMCA. During the summer swimmers enjoy the Memorial Pool, and many parks along the Snake and Columbia Rivers.
  • Swimming:

  • * Walla Walla has several indoor pools at Whitman College, Walla Walla College, and YMCA. During the summer swimmers enjoy the Memorial Pool, and many parks along the Snake and Columbia Rivers.
  • Corporate Locations:

  • * .2 mile(s) from Corps of Engineers * 1 mile(s) from Key Technology * 2 mile(s) from Coffey Communications * 4 mile(s) from Nelson Irrigation
  • Corporate Locations:

  • * .2 mile(s) from Corps of Engineers * 1 mile(s) from Key Technology * 2 mile(s) from Coffey Communications * 4 mile(s) from Nelson Irrigation
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 45 mile(s) from Pasco * 45 mile(s) from Pendleton, OR * 195 mile(s) from Spokane * 300 mile(s) from Portland, OR * 350 mile(s) from Seattle
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 45 mile(s) from Pasco * 45 mile(s) from Pendleton, OR * 195 mile(s) from Spokane * 300 mile(s) from Portland, OR * 350 mile(s) from Seattle
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 45 mile(s) from Pasco * 45 mile(s) from Pendleton, OR * 195 mile(s) from Spokane * 300 mile(s) from Portland, OR * 350 mile(s) from Seattle
  • Transportation:

  • * Taxi service * 0 mile(s) from Greyhound Bus Lines, (Across the street) * .3 mile(s) from Valley Transit * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Regional Airport, 50 miles from Pendleton Airport. 50 miles from Tri-Cities Airport * 50 mile(s) from Pasco Amtrak Train Depot, 195 miles from Spokane Amtrac Train Depot * 195 mile(s) from Spokane Airport * 300 mile(s) from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 300 miles from Portland International Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * Taxi service * 0 mile(s) from Greyhound Bus Lines, (Across the street) * .3 mile(s) from Valley Transit * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Regional Airport, 50 miles from Pendleton Airport. 50 miles from Tri-Cities Airport * 50 mile(s) from Pasco Amtrak Train Depot, 195 miles from Spokane Amtrac Train Depot * 195 mile(s) from Spokane Airport * 300 mile(s) from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 300 miles from Portland International Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * Taxi service * 0 mile(s) from Greyhound Bus Lines, (Across the street) * .3 mile(s) from Valley Transit * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Regional Airport, 50 miles from Pendleton Airport. 50 miles from Tri-Cities Airport * 50 mile(s) from Pasco Amtrak Train Depot, 195 miles from Spokane Amtrac Train Depot * 195 mile(s) from Spokane Airport * 300 mile(s) from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 300 miles from Portland International Airport
  • Local Attractions:

  • * Barber/beauty shop * Banks * Pharmacy * Mail service * VCR rental * Mission Indian Reservation * Whitman Mission National Historic Site * Veterans Memorial Golf Course * Ace of Clubs fitness center * Pioneer Park and Aviary * Miles of bicycle trails, seasonal * .2 mile(s) from "the Great American Main Street Award" winning downtown, With unique antique shops, street art and galleries to explore. There are 4 wineries located downtown. The Farmer's Market is held from May to September. * .4 mile(s) from Merchants Old Fashion General Store * .4 mile(s) from Grape Fields Wine Bar * .5 mile(s) from Walla Walla Symphony * .6 mile(s) from Little Theater * 1 mile(s) from Grand Cinemas * 1 mile(s) from Veterans Golf Course * 2 mile(s) from South Eastern Washington Fairgrounds, with events year round * 2 mile(s) from Whitman College * 3 mile(s) from 14 city parks, several within walking distance * 5 mile(s) from Walla Walla Community College * 10 mile(s) from Whitman Mission National Historic Sites * 20 mile(s) from Lewis & Clark Trail State Park * 40 mile(s) from Blue Mountains, with hiking year round, bird watching and seasonal snow sports * 40 mile(s) from Wild Horse Casino
  • Transportation:

  • * Taxi service * 0 mile(s) from Greyhound Bus Lines, (Across the street) * .3 mile(s) from Valley Transit * 4 mile(s) from Walla Walla Regional Airport, 50 miles from Pendleton Airport. 50 miles from Tri-Cities Airport * 50 mile(s) from Pasco Amtrak Train Depot, 195 miles from Spokane Amtrac Train Depot * 195 mile(s) from Spokane Airport * 300 mile(s) from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 300 miles from Portland International Airport
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