Things To Do in Spokane
Top Attractions in Spokane
Although there are many Hoopfests, there's only one in Spokane, Washington. Spokane's Hoopfest is the world's largest 3-on-3 street basketball tournament, drawing more than 200,000 players from around the world. The Hoopfest festivities sprawl across nearly 50 blocks of Downtown Spokane and include food, music, concerts, entertainment, shopping and special Hoopfest activities.
Northern Quest Casino is one of the Spokane, Washington area’s leading entertainment and gaming destinations. The casino offers a wide array of poker and table games, progressive slot machines, horse racing, bingo and some of the Northwest’s finest concerts. Check out the upcoming schedule of big-name singers and entertainers at Northern Quest Casino to enjoy great shows. [Top]
Arbor Crest Winery is a luxurious estate dating to 1924 and an award-winning winemaking complex located in Spokane, Washington. Home to rolling vineyards of grapes and a spectacular special events space that is one of the Spokane area’s most beautiful wedding venues, the extensive Arbor Crest Winery grounds feature a splendid Florentine-style villa, garden pagoda and terraced gardens of beautiful flowers.
The Spokane Interplayers Theatre Ensemble has been bringing professional theater to the greater Spokane area and Northwest Washington region since 1980. Home to innovative, experimental and daring productions, the Spokane Interplayers Ensemble is also a base for some of Broadways cherished favorites and drama classics. Always one of the best things to do in Spokane for arts lovers, the renowned Spokane theater group has received the City Voice Award for Spokane's Finest Theatre & Stage production. [Top]
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, which commonly goes by Spokane Arena, is a leading area entertainment and sporting arena. Most famously the home stadium of the Spokane Shock arena football team and the Western Hockey League's Spokane Chiefs, the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena is the place to go for all kinds of exciting events, from figure skating competitions and basketball tournaments to headliner concerts from the likes of Neil Diamond, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Bob Dylan. [Top]
Gonzaga University is a private Catholic Jesuit university located in Spokane, Washington. Gonzaga University was founded in 1887, and is named in honor of the Jesuit priest Aloysius Gonzaga. An extensive and picturesque campus, Gonzaga University covers more than 131 grassy acres along Spokane River, just one-half mile from Spokane’s downtown area.
Eastern WashingtonUniversity is a comprehensive public university located in Cheney, Washington, just 17 miles from Spokane. The University has NCAA Division I athletics and a student body over 9,500 students. EasternUniversity is the states fastest growing public institution, and offers nearly 200 disciplines in a variety of fields. The curriculum is focused on career preparation with a strong focus in the liberal arts. [Top]