Walla Walla is well-known for its many wineries and restaurants, but it’s also home to several fun and unique breweries. Alongside our thousands of acres of vineyards, the valley has a long history of wheat agriculture that goes back for generations and supports a growing community of craft brewers. Enjoy a relaxed afternoon with a…

In addition to its world-class wines and rich culinary scene, Walla Walla is known for its wide variety of arts and culture. With the longest-running symphony orchestra west of the Mississippi, numerous art galleries, and three schools with performing arts programs, Walla Walla is a top-notch art destination with plenty of entertainment. Plan your next…

Walla Walla Wineries with Lodging There are many factors to consider when looking for the perfect place to stay in wine country. Whether you’re looking for breathtaking views of vineyards, close proximity to tasting rooms, or if you just want something cozy, staying at a winery can give you the best of all worlds. Find…

Traveling to our Valley this summer? Bring your family! With sports, music, theatre, history, culture, and education, Walla Walla provides plenty for families with kids of all ages. As our community gears up for summer break our businesses, nonprofits, and facilities gear up for family fun! Grab your glove and head to the ballpark for…

By Expedia Staff Writer:  Expedia.com is exploring what your wine preferences say about your taste in lodging properties. More than 120 wineries have made their home in the Walla Walla Valley of southeast Washington, and with over 2,800 acres of grapes, it’s no wonder this region has earned itself a noteworthy wine reputation. At Expedia.com,…

What a grand spring season it is here this year in the Walla Walla River Basin- you should see it, all of the natural world is alive and generating young for the future. This beautiful and unique basin hosts many hundreds of species that bring a wonderful spark of diversified life that allows all types…

My husband and I recently moved from Maine, a land of trees, snow, and rocky soil, to Walla Walla, with its wide open spaces, dry heat, and lushly growing farmlands. When I move to a new place, I love to learn all I can about a place when I move there, really dig deep into…

What an amazing place to be alive in April! The Walla Walla River Basin is eye poppingly beautiful this early spring month. The winter wheat around the valley is vivid green, the dogwood, cherry, apple and plum trees are covered with blooms and pollinating bees. This year looks really breath taking as thousands of wild…

If wine is not your thing, have no fear, the Walla Walla Valley has plenty to offer for the craft beer drinker. Perhaps more well-known for its wineries, Washington certainly holds its own in the world of microbrews, and Walla Walla is no exception. As newcomers to town, my husband and I are closer to…

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