Cascade Loop Scenic HighwayDescription: A stunning 400-mile scenic highway with glacier-clad mountains, saltwater beaches, high desert vistas, pristine lakes, unique towns and comfortable accommodations. Free 68-page Travel Guide.
Address: PO Box 3245, Wenatchee, WA 98807
Phone: (509) 662-3888
Cascade Valley Wine CountryDescription: Over 60 wineries and tasting rooms for you to visit in Leavenworth, Lake Chelan and the Wenatchee Valley. World class wineries and undiscovered gems await you.
Address: PO Box 264, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Phone: 509 548 2153
Cashmere MuseumDescription: Museum includes American Indian history, 19th centruy village of authentic pioneer cabins, and ancient archaeology of the region. 9:30-4:30 Mar-Oct; Nov-Dec Fri-Sun 10:30- 3:30 PM
Address: 600 Cotlets Way, Cashmere, WA 98815
Douglas County MuseumDescription: Collection of more than 4000+ Rocks, Minerals, Gems and Meteorites. Historical Farm, Railroad, Pioneer Genealogy, Native American Artifacts, Antique Tools, Home Furnishings, Clothing and more. Open: Tuesday through Sunday & Monday Holidays. Season: Late May through Early October. Hours: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Address: 124 W Walnut St, Waterville, WA 98858
Icicle Brewing CompanyDescription: Icicle Brewing Company’s tasting room overlooks our Craft Brewery where our head brewer, Dean Prieve, has masterfully combined the pristine waters of the Icicle River with only the freshest ingredients to craft balanced and flavorful ales and lagers for your enjoyment. Free brewery tours Saturday and Sunday at noon, call for reservations. HOURS: Mon-Wed 12-Close Thurs-Sun 11-Close
Address: 935 Front St., Leavenworth, WA 98826
Icicle Creek Center for the ArtsDescription: Three beautiful venues: Snowy Owl Theater, Canyon Wren Recital Hall and the Outdoor Meadow Stage, Icicle Creek is dedicated to celebrating excellence in the lively arts and inspiring generations of students, artists and audiences through educational experiences, live performances, and special events-all in the breathtaking, natural setting of the mountains.
Address: 7409 Icicle Rd, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Leavenworth Community Farmers MarketDescription: Fresh prepared food vendors, yard art, market booth,fruits, vegetables, flowers, acoustic music, food vendors, and a free kid's activities await you! Market held in beautiful Lions Club Park, between city pool and city hall/library on Hwy 2. Park at either. Picnic tables, music, shade and clean, indoor restrooms. HOURS: June-Aug on Thurs from 4-8pm Sept-Oct on Thurs from 4-7pm
Address: PO Box 2184, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Phone: 509 548-5786
Phone Alt.: 509-679-3378
Leavenworth Shuttle & TaxiDescription: Charter bus service, sightseeing tours, winery tours, tube, kayak, and raft shuttles, trailhead shuttles, ski shuttles and of course on call taxi service.
Address: P.O. Box 1041, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Liberty OrchardsDescription: Home of Aplets and Cotlets! Offering local fruit and nut candies and gifts, Liberty Orchards is America's favorite. Delicious selection from healthful Orchard Bars to chocolate dipped, fruit confections. Holiday/year round online. Free tours.
Address: 117 Mission Ave, Cashmere, WA 98815
Lone Pine Fruit & EspressoDescription: Fully enclosed fruit stand offering seasonal produce, jams, jellies, deli lunch menu, espresso smoothies, apple cider, hard ice cream, baked goods, pies, gift items, Washington wines, U-pick apples, and Garden Center. Free high speed wireless Internet access. HOURS: Year around 7 AM-6 PM
Address: 23041 Hwy 97, Orondo, WA 98843
Ohme Gardens County ParkDescription: Nationally acclaimed nine acre alpine garden perched high on a rocky bluff above the Columbia River, native stone-pathways, pools/waterfalls, a lookout and wishing well. A must see!
Address: 3327 Ohme Rd, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Orondo Cider WorksDescription: Apple, Pear, & Cherry Orchard. Fruit stand, cider mill, and doughnuts made daily. Pizza, ice cream, and sandwiches made to order. Hard cider, beer, wine, and gifts. Apple butter, jams, and jellies. Also, fresh salsa made weekly. HOURS: 7am-6pm During Daylight Savings 7am-7pm Spring & Fall 7am-9pm Memorial Day-Labor Day
Address: 1 Edgewater Drive, Orondo, WA 98843
Pybus Public MarketDescription: A public market with fruits, vegetables, meats, wines, teas, coffees, and baked goods. Our sit down restaurants are some of the best in Washington. Evening Magazines top ranked public marking in their 2015 Best Northwest Escapes. HOURS: Open Year Round, Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas
Address: 3 N Worthen Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Quincy Farmer Consumer Awareness DaysDescription: FCAD Breakfast Fun Run Cook Off Challenge Car Show Food Booths Exhibits Kids Activities Produce Sale Quilt Show Annual Parade Tractor Pull Entertainment Guided Ag Tours Valley Ride Quincy Farmer Consumer Awareness Days was founded to promote and educate consumers about the value of agriculture. Join us the second weekend every September for the festivities of fresh produce, guided ad tours, a parade, tractor pull, food and vendor booths, quilt show, car show, entertainment, and more.
Address: PO Box 1865, Quincy, WA 98848
Phone: 509- 787-4246
Rocky Reach Visitor's Center-Chelan County PUDDescription: Discover a museum, café, balconies that offer panoramic views of the dam and grounds, the juvenile fish bypass system, the reservoir (Lake Entiat) and the Columbia River. A 90-seat theater shows movies throughout the day and upon request. Guided tours are available by appointment.
Address: P.O. Box 1231, Wenatchee, WA 98807
Smallwood's HarvestDescription: Large retail mercantile filled with specialty foods, fresh fruit and produce in season, wines, apple cider, and gifts. Beautiful grounds, farm animal petting zoo, maze, pumpkin patch, & cow train rides. View our new online store. Something for everyone! Cabin for rent on farm property. Now at a second location at Smallwoods Harvest on Highway 2 in Peshastin. Look for the little cider shed on the lawn next to Smallwoods big parking lot! Open Daily
Address: 10461 Stemm Rd, Peshastin, WA 98847
Upper Valley Museum in LeavenworthDescription: The Upper Valley Museum houses the early history of Leavenworth and the upper valley through pictures, artifacts, and videos. Check out the many books and videos for sale in the gift store. Also, inquire about the many programs including a walking tour of the town, memorabilia including items from Charles F. Leavenworth's Estate. HOURS:Thurs-Sat 10am-4pm Sun 11am-3pm SEASON: Year Round
Address: 347 Division St., Leavenworth, WA 98826
Wenatchee River InstituteDescription: Wenatchee River Institute is a nature center that connects people, communities, and the natural world by providing quality environmental science and sustainability education, events, and access. Hours: 9am-5pm Monday-Friday with additional festivals and events
Address: 437 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Wenatchee Valley Farmers MarketDescription: Located in the west parking lot of Pybus Public Market every Saturday, May - Dec. from 8am - 1pm. Also every Wednesday afternoon June - Sept from 3pm - 7pm. All locally produced and handmade goods.
Address: PO Box 2824, Wenatchee, WA 98807
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural CenterDescription: The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center gathers and educates people to celebrate and preserve the history, arts, sciences, and rich diversity of the region and its people since 1939.
Address: 127 South Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801