This is the time of year to experience everything Walla Walla has to offer on a much deeper level. And we want to share it with you.
With gourmet restaurants, more than 100 wineries, and countless cultural activities, this is the best time of year to experience everything Walla Walla has to offer without the crowds.
Walla Walla was just voted the Friendliest Small Town in America by USA Today and Rand McNally.
Walla Walla’s abundance of activities form the backdrop for some of the greatest wine produced in the world. These activities include but are not limited to:
• Charming historic downtown
• Refined culinary arts
• Multiple venues for the performing arts
• Fort Walla Walla Museum
• Great golf
• Whitman College
• Wonderful biking
• Outdoor recreation
Escape the gray skies and rain: the weather in Walla Walla is typically drier and sunnier than it is in Portland and the Willamette Valley.
In Walla Walla, you’ll have the rare opportunity to not just visit wine country, but to experience it in a region that is unique in its own ways and unmatched in the world. To slow down, relax, and truly taste the wine, and to actually talk to the winemakers. To discover the next great winery, and take a piece of it home with you.
Walla Walla is closer than you might think, just four hours by car from Portland.
Thanksgiving – November 24: Marcus Whitman Thanksgiving Buffet. Three days of wine tasting, holiday shopping and gourmet dining
- Holiday Barrel Weekend – December 2-4
- Barrel tasting at participating wineries decked out for the holiday season
- Charming downtown with festive lights and decorations
- Macy’s Holiday Parade
- Geoff Tate Concert and Wine Maker Dinner
- Acclaimed restaurants
Chamber Music Festival – January 12-15: Multi-day festival held over Martin Luther King holiday weekend
For a complete listing of off-season information, lodging deals, event details, and a chance to win one of five Walla Walla getaways, become a fan of Experience Walla Walla at facebook.com/experiencewallawalla.