Richland is one of three cities in Washington State that make up the Tri-Cities region. Rich in history, produce and wine this city offers an abundance of activities both indoors and out. Venture with family or friends on one of the many winery tours that make this region of Washington unlike any other. Warm weather brings golfers of all skill levels to the beautiful courses that make golf one of the most popular sports in the area.
The Columbia and Yakima Rivers provide Richland visitors with the chance to go boating, water skiing, fishing, kayaking or waterfowl hunting. Visitors can also hop aboard one of the river cruises leaving from Richland to explore the rest of the Tri-Cities region. During the winter, skiing, snowboarding or snow shoeing are just a short drive away. Be sure to visit one of Richland’s many antique shops to find a one of a kind souvenir from your trip.
In Bellingham, the Spark Museum of Electrical Invention holds thousands of radios, the world’s first electrical instrument, Edison light bulbs, and even a... Read More
Gesa Carousel of Dreams This Kennewick carousel was born in Michigan in 1910. Today, after a nearly $4 million restoration, the carousel and its 45 hand-... Read More
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