With 170,000 volumes in stock, it's easy to see why Spokane's bibliophiles have been getting lost (or so they claim) in the stacks here. The shop is in Lincoln Heights shopping center, and has plenty of free parking.The books here are well-organized, and the shop is clean and bright. There is a whole section for magazines, and rare and valuable books have their own room, called "The Source". The entire inventory is available online, but do yourself a favor and stop by to browse.
This little shop carries an assortment of gifts with one main theme, they were all made, caught or grown in Washington State. You'll find the perfect souvenir or corporate gift basket here. Soaps, Candies, Jams, Syrups, Apples, Salmon, Scone mixes, Hand carved decoys, Books, T-shirts, Mailboxes, Pottery, Hand-blown glass, Jewelry and Postcards, there's some thing for everyone. Do make a point to visit this shop next time you're in Washington.
The Garland Village is a great street in Spokane where you can find a wide variety of stores and entertainment. For improv comedy head to Blue Door Theatre or find a unique work of art at Tinman Artworks. Whether you want to window shop or find that perfect gift, this is where you should go.
Near the always popular Riverfront Park, River Park Square is a local hot spot for shopping and entertainment. In addition to department stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, check out some of the more unique stores like Made in Washington, where you can find many locally made products. If you're in the mood for some cinematic entertainment, AMC Riverpark Square 20 plays all of the newest blockbusters.
Featuring restored, vintage lamps, Revival Lighting is one of the most unique retail options in Spokane. In addition to the antique lighting, they also have a great selection of reproductions, specialty lampshades, and garden statuary. Located slightly east of downtown, the store is still nearby many of the area's popular eateries. Their stock constantly rotates, so if you see something you like, snap it up before someone else does!
One of the city's best hobby and collectible shops, Merlyn's Science Fiction Fantasy Store carries a huge selection of toys, action figures, comic books, manga, and more. All of the most recent DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse comics can be found here, as well as a respectable stock of back issues. The staff is knowledgeable and enthusiastic, and can guide you to whatever product you seek, even if you're not sure what it is when you first walk in. The store also hosts table top gaming events.
Over a century ago, the Flour Mill was a functional flour factory. In 1974, during the massive citywide renovations for the World's Fair, the Flour Mill was converted into the retail and restaurant space it is today. Housing popular shopping destinations like Chocolate Apothecary and Wonders of the World, the Mill is also close to Spokane Veteran Memorial Arena and Spokane Civic Theatre. Stop in to Clinkerdaggers for good food and views of the river.
Chocolate Apothecary boasts some of Spokane's most delectable products. Delighting the palates of locals and visitors for many years, the store is located in the historic Flour Mill, across the street from the Spokane Veteran Memorial Arena. They also feature a small cafe where patrons can stay awhile to taste all of the eye-catching treats. Don't miss their fantastic hot chocolate!
Located in the historic Flour Mill, Wonders of the World caters to some of Spokane's more mystically and multiculturally inclined citizens and visitors. Their stock features mythology-themed art pieces, unique jewelry, books, ethnic art, and more. For anyone looking for unique souvenirs for themselves or to bring home to a beloved art enthusiast, Wonders of the World strikes just the right note.
If you're on a family vacation and the kids are beginning to get a little restless, Uncles Games is bound to have something to keep them occupied on those long hotel nights. This store, in the beautiful Liberty Building, has a staggering range of jigsaws, board games, party games, and much more. The store also hold regular events; check the website for details.
Northwest Museum of Art & Culture showcases a diverse selection
of art from around the world. A trip to the museum is not complete without visiting the Campbell House, which entrance fee is included in the price of the ...
One of the city's best hobby and collectible shops, Merlyn's
Science Fiction Fantasy Store carries a huge selection of toys, action figures, comic books, manga, and more. All of the most recent DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse comics can ...
Near the always popular Riverfront Park, River Park Square is
a local hot spot for shopping and entertainment. In addition to department stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, check out some of the more unique stores like Made in Washington, ...