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Riverfront Park - Located in the heart of Downtown Spokane on the site of the Expo '74 World's Fair, this urban 100 acre park offers natural Beauty of lush green meadows & a cascading river, a scenic Gondola rides over the Spokane Falls, a giant screen IMAX Theatre, Mini-Golf, nostalgic rides on the 1909 historic Looff Carousel and much more.

Eagles Ice-A-Rena - Twin-rink ice skating facility offering public skating, figure skating, youth and adult hockey leagues, and lessons.

Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox - This art deco treasure is now the home of the Spokane Symphony and an incredible venue for all of the performing arts.

Mobius Kids and Mobius Science Center - A children's museum, providing a safe, nurturing place for young children and their families to learn and grow through hands-on activities in the arts, culture and science. A world-class science center providing hands-on interactive experiences that bring science and technology to life.

Rockin' B Ranch - Home of The best supper show in the west. A wholly unique experience: a belly-fillin', toe tappin', knee slappin' evening for the entire family. Chuckwagon, Western Showdown, and the Inland Northwest's best stage show.

Splashdown Water Park - Spokane's Premier Waterpark! Several types of slides and areas like Spokane Falls, with their unexpected loops, drops, and embankments, these (4) 400' long body slides are sure to provide thrills and chills to sliders of all ages.

Spokane Civic Theatre - Spokane's only national award-winning producer of live theatre-musicals, comedy, drama, and world premieres-45 weeks per year.

Manito Park and Botanical Gardens - More than just a neighborhood park. It is one of the most unique parks in the nation. While many cities are noted for a particular type of garden, be it Japanese, Rose, formal, etc., Manito Park has a bit of everything.

Cat Tales Zoological Park - A non-profit Zoological Park that is home to dozens of big cats including Siberian Tigers and other endangered species. Visitors may tour the Zoo on their own and learn about the animals from informative signs located throughout the facility or you may take a guided tour given by zoo staff.

Fastkart Indoor Speedway - Race wheel-to-wheel with up to 8 of your friends. Race at speeds in excess of 40mph. 40, 60 & 100 lap races available.

Jundt Art Museum - Includes the Jundt Galleries, a 2,800 square-foot gallery that can be divided into several exhibit areas; the Arcade Gallery, a 1,288 square-foot lobby for exhibit space, and the Chancellor's Room, a 1,450 square-foot exhibition lounge. The Museum also includes a print study room for Gonzaga's print collection.

Laser Quest - A combination of tag and hide & seek with a high tech twist. Enter the misty, 3 level maze and you'll feel like you've stepped into another world. Great for corporate groups, youth groups, families and sports teams.

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture - The complex includes the historic Campbell House, Cheney Cowles Museum and the main exhibition building. The museum contains exhibits relating to the historical development of the Inland Empire, including displays on mining, timber and farming.

Spokane River Rafting-ROW Adventure Center - Spokane rafting is one of the most exciting activities you can do in the area. Whitewater rafting the Spokane River will provide thrills, fantastic scenery and experienced, interpretive guides will river raft you through up to class III rapids on the Spokane River.

Spokane Convention Center - Consists of four facilities: The Spokane Opera House, The Spokane Convention Center, The International Ag Trade Center and Joe Albi Stadium. These Entertainment facilities, owned and operated by the City of Spokane, are the focal point of entertainment, conventions and sports in the Spokane area.

Keller Heritage Center Museum & Park - The museum contains over 5000 artifacts of historic interest, depicting the development through the years of Northeast Washington.

Spokane Valley Heritage Museum - The mission of the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum is to collect, preserve and exhibit the Spokane Valley history and culture for the benefit of the community.

Woodland Theatre Productions - A fun performing arts venue. Many productions each year to entertain visitors of all ages.

Wonderland Family Fun Center - Indoor and outdoor mini golf, video games, laser tag, batting cages, go karts, tube crawl, children's games, simulators, restaurant, animated show. Open year round, free admission. Over 5 acres.