Deals in Walla Walla

Admission for Three or Six to Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon (43% Off). Two Options Available.

Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon

Pendleton

$10.50 $6

Fun, educational exhibits include an interactive marketplace and a tree-filled reading jungle

$995 for Houseboat Rental for Friday–Monday or Monday–Friday from River Ranch Boats ($2,000 Value)

River Ranch Houseboats

Burbank

$2,000 $995

Luxury houseboats with slate tile floors, a waterslide, and a gas grill sleep up to 12

Paintball Package for Two, Four, Six, or Eight from Paintball Promos (Up to 81% Off)

Paintball Promos

Red Dot Paintball

$40 $10

Paintball Promos packages include admission and all necessary equipment

All-Day Paintball Package with a Gun and Mask for Up to 4, 6, or 12 at Paintball International (Up to 89% Off)

Paintball International

Multiple Locations

$160 $19

Equipped with rental paintball guns and masks, groups vie for supremacy over outdoor fields

$129 for a 60-Minute Instructional Discovery Trike Flight from U.S Airborne ($220 Value)

U.S Airborne

Asotin

$220 $129

Passengers climb aboard a trike helmed by an FAA Sport Pilot CFI for a soaring instructional discovery flight

Basic Handgun-Safety Course or a Multi-State Concealed-Carry Course at Olympic Tactical (50% Off)

Olympic Tactical

Multiple Locations

$199 $99

Instructors—many with military backgrounds—oversee courses that introduce students to handguns or prepare them to apply for CCW licenses

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Whimsical, romantic, and magical describe the delights that await you within Romanza. From beautiful jewelry to delicious wine, your treasure hunt is over for that elusive gift or that treasure for your home. A feast for your eyes and your soul. Romanza features items that fulfill longings you didn't know you have.

12 E Main St
Walla Walla,
WA
US

The rooms at the Areus Inn inspired a feature in Apartment Therapy, which complimented its interior design. Four TripAdvisors give Areus Inn an average of four owl eyes.

1903 Smith Hollow Road
Dayton,
WA
US

Built in 1909, the distinctive and intimate Green Gables Inn envelops guests within the comfortable confines of five elegant rooms, nestled among serene, tree-lined streets. Each potential slumber-party destination has flat-screen, cable-equipped TVs, wireless Internet, and a mini refrigerator for keeping computers and TVs ice cold, and select chambers feature gas fireplaces, claw-foot tubs, antique furnishings, and private balconies. All temporary tenants can awaken stomachs with a complimentary continental breakfast, including yogurt, granola, and pastries, offered 7 a.m.–9 a.m. daily.

922 Bonsella St
Walla Walla,
WA
US

At Hampton Inn & Suites Walla Walla, travelers exchange busy schedules and taxing lifestyles for a quiet, relaxing setting. The king bed's clean sheets and crisp pillow support weary bodies and the two queen beds provide fractured remnants of a luxurious Pangaea. After a rousing round of underwater air hockey or above-water swimming in the year-round outdoor pool, reenergize with cuisine from surrounding restaurants or exhaust the hotel's free high-speed Internet and other amenities, such as the gift shop, flat-panel LCD TVs, and hot tubs filled with champagne. When the morning sun rears its ultraviolet head, arrested and relaxed hotel guests are greeted with a complimentary hot breakfast. Nestled beside the Blue Mountains, the hotel positions sightseers fewer than 2 miles from historic downtown Walla Walla and next to Fort Walla Walla Museum.

1531 Kelly Pl
Walla Walla,
WA
US

Locati Cellars' 2009 sangiovese red infuses Rosebud Vineyard?s sangiovese?from Wahluke Slope?with fruit from Walla Walla?s Mission Hills Vineyards. The hybrid result earned silver medals in the 2012 San Francisco Chronicle wine competition and the 2012 Seattle Wine Awards, with its pomegranate and cranberry scents that complement blueberry, black tea, and chocolate flavors.

The sangiovese is just one of the vintages sommeliers pour for tasting at the Locati Cellars, helmed by the Locati family for the past century. The winery rounds out its selection with the bone-dry Estate ros? and whites, such as the 2012 pinot grigio, rather than the original white wine?fermented grapes mixed with paper. The winemaking team strives to blend Italian winemaking traditions with grapes from the winery?s vineyards, which occupy Walla Walla?s rolling, fertile hills. Locati Cellars has won a number of accolades for their wine, such as gold for their 2009 Locati Innovation from Seattle Wine Awards, and gold for their 2009 Estate Sangiovese from the Great Northwest Wine Competition.

6 W Rose St
Walla Walla,
WA
US

When Mike Salazar goes to work, he doesn't knot a tie and check his passions at the door. Instead, he does what he loves best, gathering his gear and meeting up with new friends to fish or hunt the Columbia River. Mike has spent almost 25 years doing just that, and as the guide behind Salt 2 Summit, he leads clients on adventures of their own. Insured, experienced, and passionate about his field, the CPR- and Coast Guard?certified captain pilots his customized 2008 Alumaeweld Super Vee 270 days per year. Stopping the boat at tributaries?among them the Cowlitz, Lewis, Willamette, Sandy, and Wind Rivers?Mike backs every guest's excursion with a catch-fish guarantee. He counts salmon, steelhead, sturgeon, and walleye among his specialties. As a hunting guide, he directs those seeking deer or birds across more than 50,000 acres.

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College Place,
WA
US