Manito is a great get-away-from-it-all place that is right in the city. From its stately old trees and formal Duncan Gardens, to the lovely Japanese Gardens, summer concerts at the Park Cafe, and acres of rolling parkland to explore... Manito is worth the trip.
Manito is Spokane at it's best. Stunning gardens, ponds, rose garden, lilac garden... bring your camera!!
A great place for a stroll, don't miss the indoor Christmas lights in December and the outdoor music in the Summer.
Large park with a well maintained assortment of flowers, to include a Japanese garden which is open in the summer.
Beautiful old park in Spokane's historic district. Large trees, duck pond, Japanese garden, rose garden, green house, native plants and flowers, large grassy areas, covered picnic area, sledding hill in winter.
“About a mile N is Riverfront Park. Originally created as the site of EXPO 74 the park has received recent renovations. This is a great place to spend an afternoon. ”
“A visit to the Museum of Arts & Culture (locally known as the MAC) gives some historic insight into the area through local art & artifacts, along with rotational displays of an impressive permanent collection. There have been some wonderful special exhibitions such as the impressionists, art of the indigenous cultures and displays of contemporary artists. The museum is connected with the Campbell House, one of Spokane's historic gems; a mansion designed by local architect, Kirtland Cuter back in the early days of the city. Its a fun day. ”
“Many larger retailers and small retailers located in the NorthTown Mall. There are several restaurants in the mall and a place for kids to play including Get Air for kids to jump in the trampoline park! A great place to walk indoors and window shop with all kinds of shops and places to eat. Regal Cinemas is located on the top level and has movies into the later evening. ”
“This friendly neighborhood gastropub offers 50 beers on tap and delicious food made from scratch.”