Even though Walla Walla is most notable for being Washington state’s wine region, there are many more things to do in Walla Walla than just wine tasting.
Yes, Walla Walla has the highest concentration of wineries in all of Washington state and people from all over the nation flock to this area for a weekend of vineyard and wine bar hopping.
But there is a lot more to Walla Walla than just wine. Besides grapes, these fertile fields produce a variety of other crops such as wheat, asparagus, potatoes, strawberries, and of course Walla Walla’s other famous export, the Walla Walla sweet onion!
In fact, never mind the wine here, the culinary scene is so impressive that Walla Walla should also be considered as a foodie destination.
In recent years this quaint town has gained a reputation for the quality of it’s cuisine as evidenced by recognition as one of ‘America’s Best Food Towns’ in the Sunset Travel Awards.
Between the award winning restaurants and world class wineries you’ll find an eclectic mix of boutique stores, book shops, art galleries and cafes with cute outdoor patios that spill out onto the sidewalk.
If the above isn’t enough to convince you to visit Walla Walla, this town also offers history and historic architecture, public art, museums, and some very friendly and seemingly always happy locals.
Without further ado, here are 20 fun adventures you can only have in Walla Walla!