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  1. Museums You MUST Visit in Yakima

    Yakima has a rich and varied history so we’re sharing some of the best museums around for you to explore! Yakima Valley Museum 2105 Tieton Dr, Yakima, WA 98902 Website View this post on Instagram Reposting this picture from earlier bc insta cropped it weird #tryagain #yakimavalleymuseum #sculptureandpainting #canonphotography A post shared by David Mance…

  2. Fourth of July in Yakima

      The biggest Fourth of July event in Yakima happens at the State Fair Park with family-friendly thrills at a carnival, all culminating in an incredible fireworks show. Bring a picnic or indulge in your favorite fair treats from one of the many food vendors. The party starts at noon, and there’s free admission all…

  3. Yakima Farmers Market

      Usher in summer by perusing the weekly Farmer’s Market located at 19 South 3rd. For 19 years, the market has operated from Mother’s Day weekend through the end of October. Sprawling through the streets in front of the Historic Capitol Theater, the market extends as far south as necessary. Open from 9 a.m. –…

  4. A Weekend to Remember: Memorial Day

      Memorial Day weekend ushers in summer throughout Yakima Valley, but it’s also a time to remember soldiers who gave their all. The annual Yakima Memorial Day parade begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, starting at Yakima and Sixth Avenues. The hour-long event is sponsored by the Marine Corps. In the Lower Valley, you’ll find…

  5. Cinco de Mayo Fun

      May 4 – 6 marks Fiesta Grande in Yakima Valley, the biggest party in wine country. The biggest cultural event in the region celebrates Latinx heritage and culture with restaurants and bars collaborating for a massive, city-wide fiesta. Live entertainment, a carnival, dancing horses, and of course plenty of delicious Mexican cuisine are the…

  6. Mt. Rainier National Park

    You can see the peak of Mt. Rainier from much of the Yakima Valley, and exploring the sprawling, 369-square mile Washington State reserve is a must for outdoor lovers. Just southeast of Seattle, the mountain is capped with snow and glaciers for much of the year, and the 6,400-foot sunrise makes for a stunning start…

  7. Visit Agriculture Country

    Just 50 miles from your Yakima Hotel is the sprawling agricultural destination of Mt. Rainier and Puyallup County. The local Native American tribe “pough-allup” (generous people) inhabited the area for thousands of years, and have been vital in nurturing the natural abundance in the area from nuts and berries to fish and game. Thanks to…

  8. Yakima Area Arboretum

    What better way to usher in the month of romance than with a leisurely hike at the Yakima Area Arboretum? Located on the outskirts of the city limits at 1401 Arboretum Dr., there are 46 acres to explore. Marrying the arboretum with the riparian habitat of the nearby Yakima River, what used to be a…

  9. Catch the Crush

      Can you Catch the Crush? Now’s your chance on October 14 – 15 at Wine Yakima Valley where a bevy of wineries celebrate the harvest season at this annual event. Every winery has its own festivities from grape stomps to crush activities, live music, wine tasting (of course) and free-run juice. Get a premium…

  10. Yakima Valley Trolleys

      Yakima is home to the last operating, turn of the century interurban electric railroad-and it’s a trip you have to take. At the Yakima Valley Trolleys museum, you’ll see modern trolley operations and can even charter your very own trolley for any special outing. The operating season is now extended through September with trolleys…

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