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The Walla Walla Valley is home to many talented artists. Much of their work is on display and livening up the heart of Walla Walla. Take a moment to grab a coffee and tour the sculptures that soften and enhance our community.

  • What To Do
    • Walking Paths

      The sculpture tour is about a one mile walk following Main Street through downtown Walla Walla featuring 14 sculptures from several artists.

  • What To Expect

    ArtWalla created this guidebook that provides insight on more than a dozen sculptures as well as background about their creators. Check out ArtWalla for current events and fun ways to engage with the community.

  • When To Go

    Anytime you want to take a stroll and enjoy local art--don't forget the Whitman College Campus Sculpture Walking Tour is only a few blocks east as well.

  • How To Get There

    This walking tour begins at Xeriscape Park at the end of East Main Street and concludes at Crawford Park (the bus depot & location of the downtown farmers market). Park on Main Street and cross Rose Street on foot as Xeriscape Park does not have parking immediately adjacent to the area.

Please do not solely rely on Google Maps as their route might not always reflect what is maintained.

  • Your Public Lands

    City of Walla Walla

  • Distance:

    Within 1.5 Hours

  • Difficulty Level:

    Day Tripper

  • Seasons:

    Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

  • Elevation:

    942 feet

  • Pets:

    Yes

  • Reservations:

    N/A

  • ADA:

    Yes

  • Multi-Use:

    N/A

  • Motorized Vehicles :

    N/A

  • Fees

    Consider making a contribution to ArtWalla to support more projects like this one!

  • Permits

    None

  • Regulations

    None

  • Amenities

    A number of coffee shops, restaurants, and retail stores line Main Street. The only public restrooms are located at Crawford Park; otherwise, consider supporting the local economy in trade for the key to the restroom.

  • Wildlife Awareness

    In this case, beware of crosswalks and traffic.

  • Field Notes

    Difficulty Level: Here is what we are thinking when we assign a difficulty level: Day Tripper--You don't have much experience in the area but want to get outside! Great for families of all ages. Adventurer--You know your way around the Blue Mountains and love a leisurely day outdoors. Mountaineer--You are ready for a challenge. Wild places excite you and sweat is the goal. Small children beware. Keep in mind some activities may apply to multiple difficulty levels based on usage.

    Pets: In general, pets are allowed on a leash and under control throughout jurisdictions. The only restrictions we have encountered are around swimming areas. As a best practice, be mindful of riparian habitat in general. You never know where a precious spawning area might be located. Pack it in and pack it out applies to your furry friend as well.