Walla Walla: Attractions and more...
Whitman Mission National Historic Site stands as a memoir to the Whitman ‘Massacre’ that happened in 1847 and created a deep impact on the lives of people around the Columbia Plateau for many decades. It subtly warns about the dangers cultural discrimination and differing perspectives.
Orchidaceae cultivate all kinds on Orchids on more than fourteen acres of land. Spring is the best time to visit the place.
Kirkman House Museum is situated in an authentic house that stands as a perfect example of a luxurious Victorian lifestyle of the 1880s.
Skylite Gallery deals with showcasing and selling numerous rare artifacts both from local artists as well as world-renowned ones. They also provide services in custom framing and feature one new artist each month.
Children's Museum of Walla Walla showcases a number of exhibits that provides hands-on experiences on various science topics. It aims to encourage young children of the region to take interest and pursue careers in science and technology.
Walla Walla is most famous for its exotic vineyards, breweries and wineries.