Pasco : Top 7 Best Places to Visit in Pasco, Washington

Sacajawea State Park 

Sacajawea Historical State Park covers 267 acres at the confluence between the Columbia and Snake Rivers. This is where the Lewis and Clark Expedition made its famous journey westward in 1804.

Franklin County Historical Museum 

After the library moved to the new building, in 1962, and after several years of neglect, this beautiful structure with its high ceilings and dark wooden was restored and transformed into a museum about history 

Wahluke Slope 

The Wahluke Slope AVA Wahluke was established in 2006. It is located in south-central Washington, between the Columbia River and the Saddle Mountains. This 80,490-acre area contains more than 20 vineyards covering 8,931 acres. 

Bechtel National Planetarium 

The projection surface has a hemispherical projection surface which displays high-definition images and sounds. The planetarium's state-of the-art projection system is one of the most advanced in the Pacific Northwest. 

Crazy Moose Casino 

The casino has a great viewing package. All major sporting events packages are available. The casino offers a gourmet restaurant where guests can enjoy delicious food prepared by an expert chef using only the best ingredients. 

Grain Bin Flower Farm 

The Grain Bin Flower Farm can be found 15 miles north on a 100-acre property. Locals love the melons, tomatoes, and asparagus grown by these farmers. They have a variety of flowers that bloom from April through October 

Chiawana Park 

It is one of the most popular recreational spots in Pasco, with a small boat jetty and horseshoe pits. There's also a volleyball court. You can bring your children to enjoy a peaceful family day, or get active with an outdoor activity.