Walking Tours



Inland Empire Tours
(509) 747-1335

http://www.ietours.net

email:  ietours@live.com

PO Box 30935

Spokane, WA  99223
  
Inland Empire Tours arranges both day activities and overnight excursions.  Based in Spokane, Washington, our day activities range from historic tours, specialty dinners, churches, casinos, and unusual attractions up to three hours driving time away from home base.  Although the activities are not age restrictive, many of the events have been designed with the senior citizen in mind.  



First Friday - downtown Spokane's monthly Artwalk

Enjoy an evening of drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, photography and other visual art. Take in diverse live performances, including music, dance and theatre, and don't forget the exceptional shopping and dining Downtown has to offer. 

All venues are open Friday from 5-8 pm, unless otherwise stated.
Download a map:
http://www.downtownspokane.org/documents/FF_Area_Map.pdf


Group Coordinators
PO Box 28418
Spokane, WA  99i228
(509) 455-4354
Email:  julie@groupcoordinators.com
http://www.groupcoordinators.com

TOURS: 
Spokane City Tour
Spokane Winery Tour

Walking Tour of Historic Browne's Addition
Exceptional Galleries, Boutiques, Wine and Chocolates
First Friday!  (stops change each month)
Custom Tours (Green Bluff, Foodie Tours, Scavenger Hunts, Boutiques, River rafting, and more.)
Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Spokane
Private/Custom Tours available year round. 

Spokane Sculpture Walk
A guide to over 20 sculptures in Spokane's Riverfront Park and along the Centennial Trail.  It begins on the Washington State University’s downtown campus and ends on the southeast corner of the Monroe Street Bridge adjacent to the Spokane Falls overlook.
http://www.historicspokane.info/walks-rides/sculpture-walk


Spokane Heritage Walk
Take a self-guided tour of Spokane's historic places.  Discover the unique history, charm and diversity of downtown Spokane.  Read the heritage walking-tour brochure which shows nearly 60 historic sites, buildings and districts in the downtown area.  The Downtown Spokane Heritage Walk brochure is available at the Spokane Convention and Visitors Bureau, 201 W. Main. 

You may also download the Historic Preservation Office's brochure in PDF format and view it at

http://www.historicspokane.org/HeritageTours/downtown/index.html


Your City Bites!
(888) 98-bites
A food, local history, scenic, culture tour in downtown Spokane. 
March through November, 1:30 - 3:30 pm
http://www.eat@yourcitybites.com