Walla Walla Wine, Guided Tour

Walla Walla Getaway

Departure from Anywhere

Walla Walla Tours

Whether arriving by car, plane, or bike, visiting Washington’s friendliest town is worth the journey!

$175+ / Per Person, Double Occupancy

This package includes 2-night standard hotel room at the Holiday Inn Express, breakfast each morning at the hotel, a $50 gift card to use at either Crossbuck Brewing or Walla Walla Steak Company, and wine tastings at two downtown tasting rooms.

This package is subject to hotel availability. Payment is not required up front as the package is subject to hotel availability.

Are 2-nights not enough? Call to inquire about adding more hotel nights to your package!

Age
21+

Duration
2+ Days

Location
Walla Walla, Washington

Dates
Year-round

  • Departure
    Anywhere - Come to Walla Walla
  • Next Departure
    Anytime
  • Accommodation
    2 or 3 night Hotel
  • What´s Included
    2-night standard hotel room at the Holiday Inn Express
    Breakfast each morning at the hotel
    $50 gift card to be used at Crossbuck or Walla Walla Steak Company
    Tastings at two downtown tasting rooms
  • Not Included
    Transportation to/from Walla Walla
  • A trip to Walla Walla almost always includes wine, as it should. The region has achieved worldwide acclaim for the diversity and quality of its wine. The Walla Walla valley produces many great varieties of red wine grapes. But Walla Walla winemakers, who source grapes from the entire state, create the full spectrum of reds, whites, and rosés. First-time visitors who come, with good reason, for the big bold Cabernets, Syrah and Merlots are often surprised by the number of Sauvignons, Viognier, and Chardonnays that make the trip home.

    Visitors to Walla Walla may arrive by one of the three Horizon Air flights from Seattle and rent a car for their time in the Valley. Many travelers will make the 4 hours drive from one of the three major cities in the region. Walla is 254 miles from Boise, Idaho, 243 miles from Portland, Oregon and 272 miles from Seattle, Washington.

    Once in Walla Walla, many visitors are impressed with the thriving arts culture and the great variety of activities that showcase this side of Walla Walla. The oldest of its kind west of the Mississippi, the Walla Walla Symphony enters its 113th year of performances. On any given evening, music will fill the concert halls and the tasting rooms. With three great live theater venues, a play or comedy show is often part of a great weekend in Walla Walla.

    With its world-class foundry and educational institutions, Walla Walla supports the visual unlike most towns the same size. A walk through the campus of Whitman College or downtown offers public art and galleries that perfectly complement the wine and food scene that is the towns biggest draw.

    For outdoor recreation, the rolling country roads are cyclists dream. The trails at Bennington Lake are guaranteed to fill your lungs with fresh air and provide grand vistas of the Valley. Speaking of trails, you can walk the wagon ruts of the Oregon Trail and learn about of the early history of Walla Walla as the gateway to the Northwest at the Whitman Mission National Historic Site and the Fort Walla Walla Museum.

    Visitors come to enjoy Washington Wine Country but realize quickly that natural beauty, culture, and the people also make this an even more memorable destination.

  • April-Oct

    Room Type 2-night (Fri/Sat) 2-night (Thur/Fri or Sat/Sun) 2-night: Sun-Thur
    Single Occupancy (1 person) $450 $415 $375
    Double Occupancy (2 people per room / prices are PER PERSON) $240 $225 $210

    April – Oct: For each additional night ad $110.00 to the total package price.

  • Nov - March

    Room Type 2-night package (any day) 3-night package (any day) 4-night (any day)
    Single Occupancy (1 person) $299 $399 $499
    Double Occupancy (2 people per room / prices are PER PERSON) $175 $199 $250

    November – March: For each additional night, ad $90 to the total price.