Wine and Dine in Walla Walla!
Walla walla hailed as the West’s “Standout Wine-and-dine region” in 2022 by Sunset Travel Awards
Escape the everyday
Reach the point of extraordinary in Walla Walla, where wine, culture, and the beauty of the outdoors meet. Eclectic, and full of energy, this small town is packed with big surprises.
Around every corner is a perfect restaurant, ideal tasting room, or must-have purchase. Around every bend is an iconic winery, unforgettable view, or epic adventure. And at the end of each day are the accommodations of your dreams.
Recognized among the finest wine regions in the nation, Walla Walla features more than 130 wineries and nearly 3,000 acres of grapes that welcome you to taste. These robust, exceptional flavors come with a refreshingly relaxed come-as-you-are attitude.
Whether staying within downtown’s welcoming vibe or off the beaten path surrounded by sweeping vineyards and endless nature, you’re never far from great food, acclaimed wine, big-time adventure, and small-town experiences in Walla Walla.
March 7-10, 2024
What better way to enjoy live music than at a guitar festival taking place in multiple venues, featuring not just local but regional and national acts, all happening in the heart of Walla Walla!
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- Walla Walla Guitar Festival4 days, 45 acts, in 14 venues, in Downtown Walla Walla! The 13th annual Walla Walla Guitar Festival is coming up this March. Thursday, March 7 – Sunday, March 10, 2024 is bound to be a rockin’ time. There’s nothing that can replicate the feeling of a live performance; the energy of the performers and … Read More
- Spring Kickoff WeekendApril is a fantastic time to visit Walla Walla: the changing seasons bring the Blue Mountains alive in shades of vibrant green, mild temperatures set the stage for enjoyable outdoor recreation, and the area wineries are celebrating Walla Walla Wine Month. Plan your visit to coincide with the 5th Annual Walla Walla Valley Wine Month … Read More
- Horseshoe Prairie Snowshoeing AdventureWhen the Big Gray sets in, the best way out is up. By Melissa Queen In the Pacific Northwest some might call it the Big Dark – those winter days when it feels like you live more of your day-to-day life in the dark than in the daytime. Across these parts of Eastern Washington, it … Read More