Riverfront Park: 509.625.6601
Thursday, December 22, 2016 at 10:52 a.m.
Free and low-cost Riverfront Park activities will keep your family entertained over the 2016 holiday break.
Free holiday films
Running through January 1, Riverfront Park is hosting a free film festival.
Four popular holiday films will show every day (except Christmas) at the indoor theatre located in the Pavilion. Concessions are available for purchase at the theatre. Please consider bringing a non-perishable food donation for Second Harvest
Daily show times (no shows on December 25):
These are not IMAX movies and will be shown in standard Blu-Ray format.
Ride the Carrousel and SkyRide, play a round of Mini-Golf and skate at the Ice Palace for just $14 with the Winter Combo promotion (a $24 value). This is the last chance to ride the Carrousel and SkyRide before they close January 2 for redevelopment!
The Ice Palace is open until February 26 (closed on Christmas and select Mondays). Skating is $3.50 - $5, and skate rental is $3.50. Frequent skater? Season passes are only $39.95. Our second session of ice skating lessons start on January 6 and make a great holiday gift. Fresh made pizza, hot cocoa and s’mores packets are available in the Pavilion Café with complementary outdoor fire pits to roast your marshmallows on.
Take one last whirl around the historic Looff Carrousel before it gets moved into storage January 2 to await its new climate-controlled home scheduled for completion in early 2018. A ride is $2. All Carrousel Gift Shop items are 50% off and make great holiday gifts.
The falls are especially spectacular this time of year. Don’t miss this opportunity to see one of Spokane’s best views before the SkyRide closes January 2 for construction of the new Recreational Rink & SkyRide Facility scheduled for completion in late 2017. Rides are $5 - $7.50.
Take a break from the cold and snow by playing a round of mini-golf in the Enchanted Forest located inside the Pavilion. $6 for 9 holes.