Discover Things To Do In Lewiston

Create Memorable Vacations At Red Lion Hotel Lewiston

One-of-a-kind boutiques, historical sites and breathtaking natural attractions meet at Red Lion Lewiston offering a variety of things to do in Lewiston for our visitors. As a cultural hub, the area is home to a variety of Lewiston, ID events including musical performances, art gallery showings and more. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, with a significant other or the entire family, get out and explore nearby dining, nightlife and find out for yourself why so many of our guests become repeat visitors.

Once the capital of Idaho, Lewiston is best known today for its "Banana Belt" climate with warm, sunny days, year-round golf and limitless opportunities for water-skiing, jet boating, sailing, whitewater rafting, hunting, fishing, swimming and hiking. Don't delay, start planning your Idaho vacation and decide which Lewiston things to do you're going to explore first.

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Meriwether's American Grill 621 21st St, Lewiston, ID 83501 208-748-1151 0

Meriwether's American Grill serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering hearty portions and flavorful dishes from steaks to chops to sandwiches and more. Enjoy the best prime rib in the Lewis/Clark valley on Friday and Saturday nights.

MJ Barleyhoppers 621 21st St., Lewiston, ID 208-799-1000 0

Catch a game and a delightful meal at MJ Barleyhoppers, where you can watch sports on one of nine flat screens. As the largest brew pub/restaurant and sports bar in the Lewis-Clark Valley, MJ Barleyhoppers offers the best microbrews in town along with a great pub menu and revolving entertainment throughout the week. MJBarleyhopper's is open to all ages and 100% smoke free!

The Exchange 621 21st St, Lewiston, ID 83501 208-799-1000 0

The Exchange Lounge features a cozy, classic atmosphere, with exceptional wines, martinis and specialty drinks. Our menu also features delicious options from appetizers to entrees to make up a multi-course dinner

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Lewiston Historic Downtown District P.O. Box 617 Lewiston, ID 83501 208-790-1148 777.99

Discover unique merchandise you won't find elsewhere in the downtown district which is home to some of the most one-of-a-kind antiques, jewelry, and artwork.

Lewiston Center Mall 19th Avenue and 21st Street, Lewiston, Idaho 83501 800-419-8663 757.75

As the only shopping mall in the valley, Lewiston Center Mall is our go-to place for shopper's favorites like Macy's, JCPenney, Rite-Aid, Maurices, Claire's, and Pro Image.

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Clearwater Canyon Cellars 1708 6th Ave North, Lewiston ID 757.82

Lewiston’s first commercial winery since prohibition! Premium wines from the finest northwest grapes available, crafted by local artisans. Be a part of the Renaissance! - See more at: http://www.visitlcvalley.com/things-to-do-parent/wineries/#sthash.xgb7HVFj.dpuf

Basalt Cellars 906 Port Drive, Clarkston WA 509-758-6642 754.63

Committed to making premium handcrafted wines. Tasting room open Monday through Saturday, 12-5:30PM.

Colter's Creek Winery 308 Main St, Juliaetta ID 208-276-3342 779.79

Producing outstanding wines from locally grown grapes.

Merry Cellars 1300 NE Henley Court, Pullman WA 509-338-4699 773.51

Enjoy ultra premium red and white Washington wines from Pullman’s first winery.

Wawawai Canyon Winery 5602 State Route 270, Pullman WA 509-338-4916 775.72

Offering a diversity of art exhibits and cultural events. The tasting room & gallery is located on the scenic Pullman-Moscow highway.

Camas Prairie Winery 110 S Main St, Moscow ID 802-882-0214 780.65
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MJ Barleyhopper's 621 21st St, Lewiston ID 208-746-5300 756.82

The area’s largest microbrewery produces seven year-round hand-crafted ales in styles ranging from a light wheat to a stout and seasonal specialities such as Octoberfest, Snake River Porter and Bock at the Moon, a Maibock Style. Stop in for Blues & Brews on Thursdays during the summer months.

Riverport Brewing Company 150 9th St, Clarkston WA 509-758-8889 754.7

Serving samples, pints and growlers of hand-crafted ales including Blonde Moment, Seven Devils IPA, Old Man River Oatmeal Stout and River Rat Red. Visit the taproom and enjoy a pint in the laid back atmosphere.

Paradise Creek Brewery 245 SE Paradise ST, Pullman WA 509-338-9463 771.4

In early 2010, Paradise Creek Brewery was born in Pullman’s Old Post Office building. Our ales & lagers are crafted in the basement with some of the finest malts and Yakima hops we can get our hands on

The Moscow Brewing Company 630 N. Almon Street, 83843 208-874-7340 780.82
Whiskey Barrel Cider Company 3431 Airport Rd, Pullman WA 776.21
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Hells Canyon 847 Port Way | Clarkston, WA 99403 509-758-7489 754.59

North America's deepest river gorge, the world-famous Hells Canyon was created during the last ice age by the flowing waters of the 1,000-mile long Snake River. Discover an incredible array of wildlife, abandoned mines, fascinating shipwreck sites and homesteads.

The Nez Perce National Historical Park 39063 US Hwy 95 Spalding, ID 83540-9715 208-843-7003 767.2

Here you'll find an info-packed center and museum stocked with historical displays and programs focused on the history and customs of the Nez Perce Indian Tribe. View detailed beadwork and carvings, and learn about the compelling histories of the Nez Perce and Sacajawea

Aerial Tours Port Drive & 9th Street Clarkston, WA 99403 509-751-9000 754.64

Tour Hells Canyon and the nearby region with a year-round aerial tour, available in a variety of time frames from 15 minutes to two hours with Kiwi Air.

Palouse Falls Starbuck, WA 99143 509-646-9218 742.59

Palouse Falls State Park is a 105-acre camping park with a unique geology and history. The park offers a dramatic view of one of the state's most beautiful waterfalls. Palouse Falls drops from a height of 200 feet.

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Asotin County Aquatic Center 1603 Dustan Loop Clarkston, WA 99403 509-758-0110 754.33

Slip and slide your way to Asotin County’s fabulous pirate-themed aquatic center in Clarkston. Kids go crazy for the outdoor waterpark, featuring exciting slides, a lazy river and a fun-filled adventure pool. There are lots of play features for kids in the pool next to the indoor lap pool. The indoor natatorium offers a lap pool, therapy pool, hot tub, water aerobics, lessons and more. Check out our meeting rooms and birthday party packages. Our fitness room features everything you need to stay fit at a very affordable price.

Red Lion Hotel Lewiston
201 West North River Drive, Suite 100, Washington, 99201, USA
Phone: 1 800 733 5466

Attractions

Hells Canyon

North America's deepest river gorge, the world-famous Hells Canyon was created during the last ice age by the flowing waters of the 1,000-mile long Snake River. Discover an incredible array of wildlife, abandoned mines, fascinating shipwreck sites and homesteads.

The Nez Perce National Historical Park

Here you'll find an info-packed center and museum stocked with historical displays and programs focused on the history and customs of the Nez Perce Indian Tribe. View detailed beadwork and carvings, and learn about the compelling histories of the Nez Perce and Sacajawea.

Aerial Tours

Tour Hells Canyon and the nearby region with a year-round aerial tour, available in a variety of time frames from 15 minutes to two hours with Kiwi Air.

Hidden Gems

Lewiston Hill

Built in 1917, this historic road descends 2000 feet into Lewiston via a series of 64 switchbacks and sharp curves, offering unparalleled views of the Lewiston skyline.

Petroglyphs in Hells Canyon

Found in only six locations, the petroglyphs are along the Snake River in Idaho are a fascinating hidden gem in Hells Canyon.

Palouse Falls

Just a quick 45 minutes from Red Lion Hotel Lewiston, the legendary Palouse Falls is a stunning 200-foot waterfall, with a particularly gorgeous surrounding area for visitors.

Wineries

Clearwater Canyon Cellars

1708 6th Avenue North
Suite A
Lewiston, ID
(208) 746-7975

Wawawai Canyon Winery

5602 State Route 270
Pullman, WA
(509) 338-4916

Families & Kids

Aquatic Center

Offering a lap pool and outdoor waterpark with a variety of rides, the Aquatic Center offers something for everyone in the family.

Nez Perce Historical Park

This museum hosts a collection of about 150,000 compelling pieces, and it's also a go-to spot for families who want to check out the displays of objects dating back mid-1800s.

Shopping

Lewiston Historic Downtown District

Discover unique merchandise you won't find elsewhere in the downtown district which is home to some of the most one-of-a-kind antiques, jewelry, and artwork.

Lewiston Center Mall

As the only shopping mall in the valley, Lewiston Center Mall is our go-to place for shopper's favorites like Macy's, JCPenney, Rite-Aid, Maurices, Claire's, and Pro Image.

Events

Dogwood Festival

Named one of America's Best 100 Events Dogwood Festival offers handmade crafts, stunning artwork, wine and beer tastings, a golf tournament, car show, crafts and live music.

Hot August Nights

Get revved up for Lewiston's Hot August Nights, when the valley is packed with custom classic cars and blaring oldies music.

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