Spokane, Washington, is a hub for education in the Inland Northwest area of the United States. In the center of town, the Spokane River flows through the beautiful Riverfront Park. Learn about Spokane history and arts at the Museum of Arts and Culture. Located just 50 miles west of the Rocky Mountain Range, it is nature-loving territory with its many outdoor activities on offer around the city. These include hiking in Riverside State Park, biking on the Spokane River Centennial Trail and skiing at Mount Spokane. There are also many nearby engaging attractions to explore, such as Grand Coulee Dam, Gardner Caves, and Cataldo Mission.
Historical Browne's Addition is the original Spokane neighborhood, in the western part of the city, where you can find many early homes and buildings. The Amtrak and Greyhound station is located right in downtown, and the Spokane International Airport (GEG) is 20 minutes from downtown. Get around the local area easily using the Spokane Transit Authority system.
In the downtown area, you will find many different lodging options and restaurants. Temperatures vary from 60 to 87 degrees Fahrenheit in summer and 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit in winter. In the winter, there is often snow, especially in the mountains, and it is usually very dry throughout the summer.