Hidden Gems Places To Visit in Spokane, Washington, United States


  1. 4.5 Mobius Discovery Center (88 reviews)
    - A hit for young boys
    Thursday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Science Museums
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    Sparking the curiosity of children through exploration, play, and the arts, and igniting imaginations of all ages with fascinating exhibits, technology, and skill-building activities. Mobius Discovery Center provides a unique continuum of experiential learning that cultivates critical thinking and problem-solving abilities – foundational skills that create lifelong learners. Mobius is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. See more..
  2. 4.5 Avista Stadium (86 reviews)
    - Big Family Entertainment
    Arenas & Stadiums
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    This is the place to go if you want good family entertainment at a very reasonable price. Nothing better than going to a ball game and having a hot dog and a beer or soda. Tickets to go see the Indians are very cheap and there's not a bad seat in the house at all. Fireworks night is great family entertainment after the game and also their family feast night, where hot dogs, pop and other items are on for a dollar a piece. On these nights you can take a family of four to a ball game and feed them for cheaper than going to the movies. See more..
  3. 4.5 John A. Finch Arboretum (85 reviews)
    - Hm...this picture is not Finch Arboretum. It's Duncan Gardens at Manito Park.
    Parks
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    Hm...this picture is not Finch Arboretum. It's Duncan Gardens at Manito Park. Finch Arboretum is a large natural park. Lovely in any season. See more..
  4. 4.5 Campbell House (81 reviews)
    - Stepping back 100+ years
    Thursday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM Speciality Museums
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    The Campbell House was designed by local architect, Kirtland Cuter. Learn about the Campbell household and the changes in business, community life, and technology that faced this family, its servants, and its community, circa 1910. The journey starts in the Campbell House Activity Center located in the Carriage House. To visit Campbell House, please register first at the Northwest Museum admissions located here on campus. Tours are Tuesday-Friday and Sundays at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, and 3 pm and are included in your admission price. Saturdays tend to be open house. Please feel free call ahead if you have any questions. See more..
  5. 4.5 St. John's Cathedral (79 reviews)
    - Gothic Architecture at it's Best!
    Thursday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Points of Interest & Landmarks • Churches & Cathedrals
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    This beautiful Gothic church is located just a few minutes from downtown. It's worth a walk around the grounds just to marvel at the architecture. The church is open for service but if you would like a tour of the church you must call for an appointment. Website for more info is: stjohns-cathedral.org See more..
  6. 4.5 Riverside State Park - Bowl and Pitcher (74 reviews)
    - Hike It, Bike It, or Just Plain Walk It!
    Spent More than 3 hours State Parks
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    If you like hiking, this park is for you! There are trails everywhere and most are super easy. The kiddos will love the loop trail, especially when they get to cross the bridge over the Spokane River. Bring your camera and don't miss this outstanding state park. Note: You will need a Discover Pass or pay a $10 use fee. There are campgrounds, clean toilets, and lots of places to explore. Don't miss climbing up the overlook! See more..
  7. 4.5 South Hill (64 reviews)
    - Best neighborhoods in Spokane
    Biking Trails
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    Diehard cyclists will find over 8 miles of excellent mountain biking trails here, with both single- and double-track riding. The myriad interconnecting trails offer intermediate-level cycling, with steep and gradual short climbs. See more..
  8. 4.5 Barrister Winery (62 reviews)
    - Wonderful wine in a historical building.
    Thursday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Wineries & Vineyards
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    Barrister Winery is located in downtown Spokane in a beautiful brick building built in 1906. Started by two attorneys in 2001, this winery is a must visit. With bold expressive Washington grapes and some careful aging, the wines prove to be some of the best in Washington. The building boasts 18' ceilings with 100 year old brick, original wood beams, and the original wood floor. The basement is full of over 650 barrels of aging Barrister red wine. In the summer the courtyard fills up with flowers and has a beautiful barrel wall, making this the perfect place for your next event. Open 12-5 daily for tastings. THERE'S MORE: Down town tasting bar location in the Liberty building at 203 N. Washington across the street from the new Davenport Grand Hotel. Come visit us, open daily. See more..
  9. 4.5 Latah Creek Wine Cellars (50 reviews)
    - Very good wine, fun gifts for wine lovers and knowledgable staff.
    Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wineries & Vineyards
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    Latah wine is very good and budget friendly. Their tasting room also has many gift items for wine lovers. While tasting, you can walk around or taste in the production area or taste in the wonderful outdoor terrace. Staff is friendly and knowledgable. Accessible by wheelchair as there are no steps. Also lots of room for groups of 6 or 8. For larger groups, call ahead. See more..
  10. 4.5 Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes (47 reviews)
    - Great Visit During Lent!
    Churches & Cathedrals
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    I happened to travel to Spokane for business during Lent. I was lucky enough to arrive on a Saturday night, enabling me to attend Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes. What a blessing! I absolutely loved the two pedestals at the front of the altar, which were there during Lent. one had the Crown of Thorns while the second had three nails as symbols of the crucified Christ. The rest of the church was also beautiful. After such a wonderful opportunity, I left feeling refreshed and ready for the busy work week. Praise God! See more..
  11. 4.5 Gaiser Conservatory (43 reviews)
    - Gorgeous plants!
    Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Gardens
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    Display greenhouse Sometimes closed on Wednesdays for maintenance. Hours: Spring 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. First weekend of Daylight Saving Time to May 15 Summer 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. May 16 to September 15 Fall 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. September 16 to October 31 Winter 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. November 1 to the Friday before Daylight Saving Time See more..
  12. 4.5 Bing Crosby Theater (42 reviews)
    - Excellent setting
    Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Theaters
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    Historic theater was an excellent setting for the performance we attended. We had seats in the upper back and the sound was excellent. We had no problems finding parking downtown either. I'd recommend going downtown early, walking around and having dinner in one of restaurants. See more..
  13. 4.5 Spokane Symphony (42 reviews)
    - As good as it gets...Anywhere!!!
    Symphonies
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    Founded in 1945, the Spokane Symphony continues a long tradition as the largest and most active professional performing arts organization in the Inland Pacific Northwest. See more..
  14. 4.5 Little Spokane Natural Area (35 reviews)
    - Peaceful!
    Nature & Wildlife Areas
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    Trail of the Painted Rocks is a beautiful trail along the Little Spokane River! It is about 3.6 miles one way so plan for this! You can park a car at both ends of the trail or hike part way and turn around! There are sometimes moose along the river as well as other wild life and birds. Be sure to bring the binoculars and the camera! See more..
  15. 4.5 Crosby House (34 reviews)
    - What a surprise!
    Spent < 1 hour Historic Sites • Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    I stopped in here with my parents during graduation weekend. It was really neat to see all the memorabilia displayed and presented so accessibly. It was very engaging for someone like me who didn't know more than that Bing Crosby was the reason for the Crosby Building on campus. It's not a large space but it is packed with very interesting information. Well worth the stop and highly recommended! See more..
  16. 4.5 Dry Fly Distilling (23 reviews)
    - Exquisite service! Jacqui went above and beyond, and Avant made the best hummus with pickled veggies we have ever had !
    Thursday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Distilleries
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    Come visit the first legal distillery in the state of Washington since prohibition! We offer a full bar and restaurant plus a Special Event space. Family friendly and now open 7 days a week. See more..

What's a Hidden gem?

We call places hidden gems that are new, extremely good, but are not that popular yet - you should check them out. The criteria is to have a rating of 4.5 or more and more than 20 reviews and less than 100 reviews.