Summer In Pullman
If you think Pullman is dead in the summer, think again – there are so many things to do and see, summer might not be long enough!
Options highlighted in blue indicate that we have brochures or other information on these activities; stop by the Pullman Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center lobby 24 hours a day to pick up your copies! We also have maps, directories, local business information and other great resources available.
Beef up your Insta feed with some great shots around town. Don’t forget to use #PullmanProud on your photos and selfies!
- Welcome Wayside on Davis Way, with sign saying “welcome” in 60 languages
- Pullman Depot Heritage Center – 330 N Grand
- “Wings of the Palouse” mural at High Street Plaza – stand in front of your favorite to give yourself wings!
- Pine Street Plaza Mural – on the side of Thomas Hammer Coffee on Main Street
- Waterfall across the bridge at Pine Street Plaza
- Artesian Well at Kamiaken ST & Olsen St
- Cougar Plaza – Corner of N Grand and NE Olsen St
- Martin Stadium and “Cougar Pride” statue – a four ton bronze mountain lion
- Numerous art installations on the WSU Campus – See their map
- Concrete “WSU” at Brelsford WSU Visitor Center (Main St & Spring St) or the WSU signage at the Main Street entrance to campus
The Great Outdoors
- Pullman Trails & Pathways: Pullman has almost 8 miles of paths to walk or bike, including Downtown Riverwalk, Terre View, Koppel Farm, City Playfields, and Johnson Road Spur. If you really want to stretch your legs, head the the 7-mile Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, a paved path that stretches all the way to Moscow, ID.
- Downtown Pullman Walk of Fame: Walk around downtown and visit the Pullman Walk of Fame plaques embedded in the sidewalks spreading from all four corners of the Main Street & Kamiaken Street intersection. Grab a brochure from our lobby before you head out to learn about Distinguished Residents, Pullman Mayors, Famous Sports Figures, and WSU