5 Things to Do in Tri-Cities with Your Out-Of-Town Holiday Guests
Holidays are here and that means visits from out-of-town guests. It's nice having everyone visit but it's even nicer when you all can find fun things to do around the Tri-Cities. We've done the hard work for you on deciding what to do with your visitors and compiled 5 things worth checking out this holiday season right here or nearby the Tri-Cities.
Here are 5 things we think you should check out and feel free to comment below if you know of other places to check out.
Senske Holiday Light Show
It’s a Tri-Cities tradition. Senske’s annual holiday light show has more than 500,000 Christmas lights in an animated display open to the public for the entire month of December. Come watch one of the best Christmas light shows in the area! Read More
Winter Wonderland of Lights
Head on over to John Dam Plaza in Richland for the “Winter Wonderland Festival of Lights” extravaganza. This month-long showcase has quickly become the local holiday destination of the season! Experience the magic of the holidays with your friends, neighbors and loved ones. For the full Schedule and information click here.
Red Mountain Trails Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
What’s Christmas without a ride in a wagon through wine country! Head over to Red Mountain and treat your holiday guests to some of Washington’s finest wines while picking out your Christmas Tree, drinking wine and enjoying a nice warm bonfire. Schedule your wagon ride.
Annual Cable Bridge Run
After all your holiday parties with your guest, be sure to sign up for the 41st Annual Lampson Cable Bridge Run. There are 3 different races to choose from all of which are started by Santa himself at 9:00 am sharp. And after the race enjoy some Hot Dr. Pepper. Sign up here.
Leavenworth Christmas Lighting
Take a little road trip with your out-of-town guest to the Bavarian town of Leavenworth. The word may be overused, but Christmas in the Bavarian theme town of Leavenworth Washington is indeed "magical." A Village of Lights.
Come see this small town in the alp like mountains of Washington come alive with millions upon millions of Christmas lights. Check out the schedule of events here