Walla Walla Travel Guide
Welcome to Walla Walla!
Walla Walla, or Many Waters to early inhabitants, is an active community nestled in the luxuriant Walla Walla Valley. The city has an international reputation for its superb wine making, so it is not surprising that wineries dominate this Southeast Washington community. Beyond wine tours and tastings, the Walla Walla area offers countless other local diversions. Golf presents a challenge at Veterans Memorial, hot-air balloon rides provide spectacular views of the local countryside, drag racing is a must-see at Bonanza Raceway and skiing is exhilarating at Bluewood Ski Resort. History enthusiasts enjoy visiting Fort Walla Walla Museum, an attraction that features 17 pioneer cabins, a schoolhouse and a livery stable. Along with a superior reputation for wines comes a high regard for Walla Walla—s dynamic art and culture community. Festivals, fairs, horse racing and theater provide all the diversity needed to make a visit to Walla Walla pleasurable for everyone.
Kirkman House Museum is a 12 room Victorian mansion built in the 1880s.
Hotels & Motels
This luxurious historic and newly renovated hotel is situated in Walla Walla.