Top Instagrammable Spots in Walla Walla

Chevron Wall

If you’re looking for the perfect backdrop for an Instagram photo, then try exploring the alleys in downtown Walla Walla. One of the most popular is the alley beyond Charles Smith Wines on Spokane Street where the chevron wall is hidden.
35 S Spokane Street

Bright’s Candies

For a pop of color — and some sweet treat — stop by Bright’s Candies. The historic family-owned candy shop is filled with vintage decor and picture-perfect confections.
11 E Main Street


Kontos Cellars

When the weather is nice, the outdoor patio at Kontos Cellars is a great place to spend an afternoon. With rustic wood, fairy lights, and a porch swing, your glass of wine will be Insta-ready.
10 N 2nd Avenue

Passatempo Wine Studio

With its sleek, modern aesthetic, the Passatempo Wine Studio is the perfect spot to snap artsy photo while tasting some wine.
219 W Main Street


Topophilia Gates

Designed by an art professor and inspired by a temple in Japan, the stained glass of Topophilia Gates captures colorful light as well as the beautiful Whitman College campus. The piece is located in the stream right by Hunter Conservatory.
South side of 345 Boyer Avenue


Wall of Words

If you’re a book and quote lover, then you’ll love the Wall of Words. Hidden behind the Walla Walla Public Library, the mural features the influential words of Marva Collins, Chief Joseph, José María Morelos, and more.
238 East Alder Street



Walla Walla is known for its picturesque rolling wheat fields. Right before harvest, take a drive on the backroads just outside of town for some scenic views.
Russell Creek Road

By Brelynn Hess


LifestyleBrelynn Hess