Explore the Best Things To Do In Pasco

Close to the Tri-Cities' Most Popular Attractions

Close to the best of this unique cultural hub, our hotel places guests minutes from the most exciting things to do in Pasco, WA. From exhilarating outdoor adventures like whitewater rafting on the Snake River to discovering attractions in the neighboring Tri-Cities to shopping, dining, and visiting museums, art galleries, and theaters, there is never a shortage of activities or things to do in Pasco and beyond. Take advantage of nearby wineries, local events and historical activities to make a truly memorable vacation.

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Cousins Restaurant 4605 N Road 68, Pasco, WA 99301 509-543-9925 1996.17

Usins' whole purpose in life is to serve up really good, hot home-style cooking at affordable prices for our neighbors and visitors alike. In this way, we can honor our family's tradition of real Northwest hospitality and our terrific family recipes. We want you to remember us as a really fun place to have a drink, satisfy your hunger and catch your breath - without any pretension!

Magills on Road 68 3214 Road 68, Pasco, WA 99301 509-747-6448 1996.51

Magills serves quality, down-home American Fare in their historical alpine village-style spot with a patio and full bar. They are a locally-owned family eatery specializing in hand-crafted foods made with fresh, quality ingredients

Country Mercantile 232 Crestloch Rd, Pasco, WA 99301 509-545-2192 1985.91

Appease your appetite at Country Mercantile with homemade ice cream, freshly baked pies, tamales, enchiladas and more. For fun that surpasses your taste buds check out some of the seasonal events including pumpkin picking and tractor rides.

Bin No. 20 Wine Bar & Restaurant 2525 N 20th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301 509-444-3939 1993.25

Join us in Bin No. 20 Wine Bar and Restaurant for an extensive selection of Eastern Washington dinner specialties paired with Washington Wines. Or choose from our tapas menu and take a "wine flight" to try several featured wines.

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Columbia Center Mall 1321 N Columbia Center Blvd, Kennewick, WA 99336 509-783-2109 1998.56

SHOP THE MALL. Bringing Macy's, Coach, ULTA Beauty, Barnes & Noble, Apricot Lane Boutique and more to the Tri-Cities (Richland, Kennewick, Pasco), Southeastern Washington, and Oregon shoppers. Columbia Center is an all-in-one destination of over 150 shopping, dining and entertainment options. Columbia Center has what you want to shop for, and what you want to do. Including: a vibrant kid friendly play area; vast indoor shopping mall, with food court. An attached outside walking mall, and surrounding strips of dining, like P.F. Chang's, as well as large shopping stops, such as Toys R' Us. Contributing to the community everything from fashion apparel and jewelry, to shoes, beauty products, home appliances, even a Regal movie theater. Including some of Tri-Cities area top dining (locally acclaimed Twig's Bistro and Martini Bar, as well as Mizu Sushi & Roll.) Columbia Center is a signature spot of the Tri-Cities, which the entire Mall Management team, and Simon Malls, hopes you and your family will shop and enjoy soon, again and again

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Sacajawea State Park 2503 Sacajawea Park Road Pasco, WA 99301 509-545-2361 1993.67

Sacajawea State Park is a 284-acre inland waters, day-use park at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers. It features 9,100 feet of freshwater shoreline. The area is spread out with a big sky and excellent views of the two rivers as they flow together. The park features the Sacajawea Interpretive Center, where visitors can learn about the story of the Lewis and Clark expedition through the experiences of Sacagawea, the young Shoshone Indian woman who accompanied the expedition.

Fairchild Cinemas 5020 Convention Dr, Pasco, WA 509-544-8500 1995.87


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14 Hands Winery 660 Frontier Rd. Prosser, WA 99350 509-786-5514 2029.8

Crafted from premium grapes in the heart of Washington, 14 Hands is a special find. Named after the wild horses that once made their home on the land upon 14 Hands are grown, the wines retain the individual spirit of its name sake.14 Hands wines are big, bold, juicy fruit forward reds and crisp, fruit forward white wines that are laced with the unbridled spirit and legend of the region.

Airfield Estates 560 Merlot Drive Prosser, WA 99350 509-786-7401 2029.26

Airfield Estates is a family owned winery. Since 1968 the family has grown premium wine grapes. Their 800 acre estate vineyard includes 26 varieties. They sell grapes to top wineries in Washington and now make wines under the Airfield Estates label.

Anelare Winery 19205 N. McBee Rd. NW Benton City, WA 99320 509-521-8926 2011.78

Anelare is a family owned, limited production winery. Offering premium wine to club members and newcomers to seek. Open to the public for tasting. Tasting room available for personal and business functions. Hours: Thursday - Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. or by appointment. View Red Mountain from our backyard!

Badger Mountain Vineyard/Powers Winery 1106 N. Jurupa St. Kennewick, WA 99338 509-627-4986 2002.83

Visit Washington's first organic wine estate. Surrounded by 75 acres of certified organic vineyard, Badger Mountain and Powers Winery offer wine sampling in a relaxed country setting. Tasting Room and picnic area open daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Barnard Griffin Winery 878 Tulip Ln. Richland, WA 99352 509-627-0266 2002.08

Barnard Griffin is the premier family owned winery in Washington, one of the most award-winning wineries in the state and an essential stop on any tour of Washington's best. A must see winery campus: Tasting Room, Wine Bar and Eatery, Large Patio, Glass Gallery & Studio, and Private Event Space. Wine Bar and Eatery: M-Th: 4-9p, F/Sa: 12-10p, Su: 12-5p. Live music F/Sa: 7p. A visit to Barnard Griffin will be the best part of your trip!

Chandler Reach Winery 9506 W. Chandler Rd. Benton City, WA 99320 509-588-8800 1672.14

Chandler Reach Vineyards is an estate winery located along the Yakima River overlooking Red Mountain in Benton City. This winery is focused on Italian style wines from Tuscan origins. The Tuscan villa is open Thursday - Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located on I82, take exit 93. If eastbound, turn left and travel over the freeway (turn right if traveling west.) Turn right on Chandler Rd.

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Sun Willows Golf Course 2535 N 20th Ave Pasco, WA 509-545-3440 1993.02

Sun Willows Golf Course is a Robert Muir Graves designed public 18-Hole, par-72 course. It opened in 1960 and was redesigned in 1980. The club features a pro-shop, driving range, professional staff and restaurant.

Pasco Golfland 235 S Harrison Street, Kennewick, WA 99336 509-544-9291 1997.17

Pasco Golfland has been serving the local area for 18 years, and we are proud to be a family-owned-and-operated business. Golf pro Mike Kash runs our pro shop and also offers golf lessons for individuals interested in learning the game of golf. Stop by today to check out our facility and rates and see why we are the local area's favorite practice facility.

Columbia Park Golf Links 2701 Columbia Park Trail Kennewick, WA 509-586-3111 1997.69

Columbia Park Golf Links is located in Columbia Park next to the scenic Columbia River. With 18-holes measuring 2,447 yards in length, Columbia Park Golf Links course set up allows for a quick round of golf and will challenge all skill levels.

Columbia Point Golf Course 225 Columbia Point Drive Richland, WA 99352 509-946-0710 2000.48

Columbia Point Golf Course is an upscale, daily fee facility built and owned by the City of Richland. It is a challenging course for all levels of golfers and is located on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains adjacent to the Columbia River. It boasts a variety of tee boxes and measure 6,571 yards from the Championship tees.

Red Lion Hotel Pasco
2525 North 20th Avenue, Washington, 99301, USA
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Pasco, Washington Things to Do

Cable Bridge
Designed by John Clark, Arvid Grant and Holger S. Svensson in 1978, the Cable Bridge connects Pasco and Kennewick on State Route 397. The bridge has proven to be a landmark and became the unofficial symbol of the area as locals and tourists admire its unique beauty, especially when lit at night. 

Local Wineries
With choices of over 20 wineries in the area, the best of Washington Wine Country tasting and tours are right at your footsteps. At each of the Red Mountain wineries, you'll be immersed in savory wine, spectacular views, and a peaceful atmosphere.

Hidden Gems

Black Heron Spirits Distillery
As the fourth-largest producing distillery in Washington State, Black Heron Spirits Distillery boasts a unique distillery near Red Mountain.

Pasco Farmer's Market
In the heart of downtown Pasco you'll find fresh fruits, vegetables, locally grown beef, poultry, eggs, and more. From beautiful flowers to tasteful wine and baked pastries, Pasco Farmer's Market has something from everyone.

For Families & Kids

Country Mercantile
Appease your appetite at Country Mercantile with homemade ice cream, freshly baked pies, tamales, enchiladas, and more. For fun that surpasses your taste buds check out some of the seasonal events including pumpkin picking and tractor rides.

Three Rivers Children's Museum
Three Rivers Children's Museum, a "Museum on the Move," provides the Tri-Cities and the surrounding communities with fantastic educational experiences for children and families at local events.


Columbia Center Mall
Enjoy bargain hunting from big name brands like Macy's, JCPenny, Sears, Toys 'R' Us, and more before heading to dine at  Azteca Mexican Restaurant or grab a quick drink at Martini Bar at the region's largest mall.

Downtown Pasco
Packed with culture, downtown Pasco offers a variety of unique boutiques and one-of-a-kind eateries, reminiscent of a truly dynamic community.


Hydroplane Races
Discover one of the most unique Tri-Cities traditions that allows spectators to watch 200 mile-per-hour hydroplanes. Between the heats of boat racing on Saturday and Sunday, enjoy exhilarating military aerial performances that thrill the many wide-eyed spectators below.

Cool Desert Nights
This three-day classic car and street rod event is open to all vehicles of all makes and models, and features car cruises, street dances, a Show 'n Shine, games and activities, a pancake breakfast, and awards.

Catch the Crush Wine Festival
Our famed local wineries hosts a variety of events, products, and activities like grape stomps, harvest and crush activities, tours, free-run juice, hors d'oeuvres, live music and plenty of wine tasting.

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