Tips to Spend a Weekend in Walla Walla, Washington

 Tips to Spend a Weekend in Walla Walla, Washington

Outside Walla Walla has compiled a list of the top attractions and activities in the Walla Walla area.

A place to Stay

When visiting Walla Walla, staying in a quaint bed & breakfast is the best option. Located close to the heart of town, the Green Gables Inn features traditional hotel rooms and lovely cottages.

The breakfast at Green Gables is excellent, and the inn is charming. One of the four breakfast choices is banana caramel French toast. Quinoa porridge and savory pastries are two other options. In addition to the usual breakfast fare, you can also have freshly made seasonal smoothies, scones, and cinnamon buns daily.

Green Gables provides several luxurious amenities and enhancements to ensure a pleasant and memorable visit. Gift extensions cover seasonal flower arrangements, gourmet desserts, cheese platters, chocolate truffles, and more.

Stop by Some of the Best Wineries

A trip to Walla Walla would only be completed by sampling local wines. In addition to the county’s 120 wineries and 2800 acres of vines, Walla Walla is home to 35 wine-tasting establishments.

Seven Hills’ tasting room, a big and light place to sample wine, is located in the recently renovated Whitehouse-Crawford building. Seven Hills is old in the Walla Walla wine industry, and their Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, and Petit Verdot are among the best in the world.

They also produce an excellent dry Sauvignon Blanc and Rosé. You may have a personal taste of the Past, Present, and Future for only $35! Wine from the large cellar collection, the current vintage, and a barrel sample will be offered with handmade cheeses.

Where to Find Walla Walla’s Finest Eateries

After an afternoon of wine tasting, refuel at one of Walla Walla’s many excellent eateries. To truly experience Walla Walla, you must dine at a hip new spot or one of the city’s long-standing institutions serving local specialties.

Maple Counter Cafe is known for its delectable fare created using local, in-season ingredients. Buttermilk pancake stacks, gourmet scrambles, and French-baked omelets are all available for breakfast. You can get great sandwiches at the cafe if you would prefer to eat lunch there. Between April and November, you may find traditional waffles in twenty or more flavor options at their waffle truck.

Where to Shop

Walla Walla is home to a wide array of one-of-a-kind businesses, boutiques, and retail establishments. Walla Walla Cheese Company, which sells Sweet Onion Cheddar, Tipsy Jersey beer cheese, and flavored cheese curds, is a great addition to your list. They have locations in both the cheese shop and the downtown farmers market.

Tourist Attractions

Everyone who visits the area in October should check out the annual Balloon Stampede. At this event, hot air balloons will be floating through the sky. If you want to get involved, you may help inflate the balloons, talk to the pilots, and even set up a ride.

From May through October, downtown residents can shop at the farmers’ market on Saturdays. Find the best of the season at the stands set up by local farmers and artisans.

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