Situated comfortably along the north bank of the Spokane River is Plante's Ferry Park, the birthplace of the city of Spokane Valley. It is named after it the first "citizen" of Spokane Valley, Antoine Plante. Antoine Plante, a half…

Situated upon a basalt cliff above the Spokane River is one of Spokane's most recognizable landmarks; the Royal Riblet Estate. Nicknamed the Cliff House, it was constructed in 1925 by architect George Keith. The construction of this mansion…

Knight's Diner is a restaurant in Spokane, Washington. Knight's diner was formerly part of Hillyard, Washington, a bustling railroad town on the north eastern edge of Spokane. Hillyard was incorporated into the city of Spokane in 1924,…