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.
Pasco, Washington Things to Do
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.
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.
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
For Families & Kids
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.
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.
Packed with culture, downtown Pasco offers a variety of unique boutiques and one-of-a-kind eateries, reminiscent of a truly dynamic community.
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.