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Experience the roaring rush of the majestic Spokane Falls in the heart of the city, where the namesake river cascades into a graceful fall. This stunning natural attraction can be viewed from several vantage points in the city center, such is its beauty. Hop on to a bike and ride along the Centennial Trail to see the falls, or wander along Riverfront Park's inner network to avail some of the best views. You can also catch closer views from the stairs that encircle the falls in Huntington Park. For a more unique experience, the Spokane Falls SkyRide takes you on an exhilarating journey high above the falls, from where you can encounter its rumbling melody. Better yet, Anthony's at Spokane Falls allows you to dine with a view of the iconic falls. The best time to catch the waterfall in action is springtime, when it is in its finest element, spraying visitors with misty waters and entertaining one and all with its spectacular thundering.
Hemmed by the Highway I-90 to the south, and Boone Avenue to the north, Downtown Spokane is the financial and cultural epicenter of the city. This bustling central business district, also known as Riverside, is dotted with a mix of towering landmarks like the Bank of America Financial Center and the Wells Fargo Center, and cultural centerpieces such as the INB Performing Arts Center, the Spokane Arena, and the historic Fox Theater. Adding a beautiful splash of green to the heart of the city is the stunning Riverfront Park, which is also one of the best vantages for viewing the iconic Spokane Falls in all their glory. The city buzzes on well into night with several dining and drinking establishments that call this vibrant neighborhood home, from fine dining specialists like the Wild Sage Bistro, to local cafes like Brews Brothers Downtown. Downtown Spokane is also home to one of the city's best retail landmarks - the River Park Square.
Spokane architect Kirtland K. Cutter created the beautiful Campbell House in 1898. The stunning house was created with an English style and included a two story main house, a service wing and a carriage house. There are several tours available, including tours explaining the lives of the people who lived there and functional tours showing how items in the house worked.