Welcome to Walla Walla Valley's Visitor's Guide!
Discover some of the hotels, wineries, restaurants, activities and attractions that make Walla Walla so special in this year’s guide, such as: winding down with Walla Walla Valley wines; historical homes in Walla Walla; outdoor havens, hikes, picnics, and beautiful views; and much more.
The Walla Walla Valley and neighboring communities are replete with green spaces, trails, paths, water features, sidewalks — places for outdoor recreation.
Museums in southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon offer a glimpse of the people and customs of the past. The Walla Walla Valley is rich in cultural heritage.
Cemeteries aren't the most obvious place to enjoy time outdoors, but they can be peaceful places for a walk and fascinating to explore for their historical, sometimes famous “residents” and interesting grave markers.
On Facebook, check the status of the popular Walla Walla Food Truck Night at ubne.ws/foodtrucknight for updated information on the once-per-month event that typically runs April through October.
The Walla Walla Valley has an abundance of beautiful, mature trees. Its fertile soils, ample water and sunshine provide a natural environment for lush tree and vegetation growth.