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There aren't many major tourist attractions in Cheney, WA. However, if you're up for a 20-minute drive, outside Cheney, to Spokane City, WA, you will certainly not leave disappointed. Below, there is a list of the most popular attractions in and near Cheney, WA. Check it out!
- Taste a bit of the local history by visiting the Cheney Historical Museum, dedicated to preserving, gathering and sharing information to anyone interested in Cheney's background, offering displays of artifacts, also including interesting historical exhibits.
- Take advantage of the well-maintained public parks in the city of Cheney, such as the City Park, which offers BBQ facilities and playground equipment for the entertainment of the little ones.
- Have fun with friends or family at the Riverfront Park, on North Howard, in Spokane, where you can enjoy the fun attractions such as the Spokane Falls Skyride, the Pavilion Rides, a mini-golf course, an IMAX theatre, as well as the Looff Carousel, the Rotary Fountain and big Red Wagon.
- See the beautiful ice shows offered at the Eagles Ice-A-Rena, situated on North Addison, in Spokane, where you can watch hockey games and figure skating shows. Public skating, as well as classes and rentals are also available here.
The Annual Iron Eagle Thriathlon, is a very popular sporting event in Cheney, and t is offered by the Eastern Washington University Intramural Sports Department.
The race is classified as a "sprint triathlon" which also features a 500-meter swimming race, a 10-mile bike race and a 3.1 mile run. Scott Melville, who is a P.E. instructor at Eastern, has competed in the race every year, since it was started.
There are many annual celebrations happening throughout the year, all over Washington.
The list of annual festivals and fairs in Washington includes fun events such as the Red Wine and Chocolates and Sweetheart Market, happening in February, in Geenbank, WA (5 hours, by car, from Cheney, WA), featuring chocolate and wine tastings, including tasty truffles, Belgian chocolates and fudge, considered to be an amazing, romantic experience.
There is also the exotic Annual Lunar New Year Celebration 2010 Year of the Tiger, which is celebrated in Seattle, WA (4 hours and 30 minutes, by car, from Cheney, WA), also scheduled in February, and which offers entertaining shows, including dragon dances, martial arts demonstrations, as well as fun activities for children, live musical performances, Japanese Taiko drumming, and much more.
Due to the fact that it's a small city, there isn't much going on in Cheney, WA after the sun goes down.
If you're willing to explore the city and spend a part of your night out searching the popular nightspots, it's probable that you will find a nice place where you can relax and enjoy a drink with friends, but you should know that the list of `hot` nightspots in Cheney is not very vast.
There are a few places on 1st Street that fit in the list, such as Wild Bills Long Bar, Goffys, Eagles Pub, Showies or the Saddle Inn Tavern, but if you get behind the wheel, and drive for about 20 minutes, to Spokane, you will certainly find more entertaining nightspots where you can party all night with friends. Once you get in Spokane, you can try Big Daddy's Bar & Grill, on 28th Avenue, the Globe Bar & Grill, on N Division Street, the Safari Room Restaurant & Bar, on S Post Street or the Northern Lights Brewing Company, which can be found on E Trent Avenue.
Of course, if you get the chance to ask the Eastern students what they do for fun on a night out in Cheney, WA, you will certainly find entertaining things to do inside the city, as well.
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