You'll love it here!

Though major cities and natural wonders are never far, Walla Walla itself has plenty to do. This award-winning town has been listed among the 10 best small towns in America and 14 best cities for a first date. It's also been named the best small town for food, and friendliest small town in America. With year-round events, we can get you started on your own tour of the Walla Walla Valley.

What to do while you're here
(it's going to be hard to pack it all in)

  1. Participate in the annual Onion Man Triathlon around Bennington Lake
  2. Attend a Walla Walla Sweets baseball game
  3. Enjoy homemade fudge, candies, and caramel apples at Bright's Candies
  4. Pick your own apples and cherries at local orchards
  5. Explore on of our 20 city parks, including Pioneer Park, designed by the planner of NYC's Central Park
  6. See a double feature at the local drive-in
  7. Watch the sunset at the historic Whitman Mission
  8. Try our award-winning downtown cuisine
  9. Attend a Walla Walla Symphony concert - the longest running symphony west of the Mississippi
  10. Join the annual Balloon Stampede
  11. Catch a play, musical, or show at the Gesa Powerhouse Theatre
  12. Visit the historic Fort Walla Walla Museum, a stop on the Oregon Trail
  13. Hit the slopes at Bluewood Ski Area
  14. Hike Palouse Falls

Walla Walla University Church

The Walla Walla University Church holds a variety of different worship services each Saturday as listed below. The church is located at 212 SW 4th St., College Place, WA  99324.  If you have additional questions, you can reach the Church Office at (509) 527-2800.

First Serve, 9:30 a.m. – 10:25 a.m.*
This service uses a contemporary approach to draw us into the worship of God. A team of musicians lead us in singing praise to God and gospel centered preaching brings hope and instruction for daily living.

Community Buildersvarious times and locations
You may find our Sabbath School classes around campus at various times and locations.  Many of these services begin at 10:30 a.m., falling between the two main church services.

Second Serve, 11:45 am – 12:45 p.m.*
Our Second Service service leads us to praise God through more classical forms of music. Gospel centered preaching is surrounded by a rich array of music including choir, orchestra, wind symphony, and smaller ensembles and soloists.

*Summer Light begins the sabbath after graduation services and ends the sabbath prior to Jumpstart Week. During Summer light we condense our services to a 10 am Community Builder and 11:15 am Church Service.

SDA Churches in the Walla Walla Valley

Eastgate SDA Church
380 Tausick Way
Walla Walla, WA  99362 
(509) 529-9933


Good Neighbor SDA Church
343 S. Third Ave
Walla Walla, WA  99362 
(509) 301-9070


Milton SDA Church
1244 N Elizabeth St
Milton Freewater, OR  97862
(541) 938-3066

Northside SDA Church
1103 Dell Ave.
Walla Walla, WA  99362
(509) 522-4903

Stateline SDA Church
53730 Stateline Rd.
Milton-Freewater, OR  97862
(541) 558-3817

Village SDA Church
715 SE 12th St.
College Place, WA  99324
(509) 525-0882

Walla Walla SDA City Church
2133 S Howard St.
Walla Walla, WA  99362
(509) 525-9540

Transportation to and from locations is not provided through our visit program. If you do not have a car during your visit, you may choose to use the Valley Transit bus system. There are many bus stops stationed conveniently around the WWU campus.

Where to stay

Lodging that we work with on a regular basis:

  • Alumni Guest Rooms, make a reservation online
  • University Guest Rooms, make a reservation by calling: (509) 527-2109
  • The Hamption Inn and Suites by Hilton, make a reservation by calling: (509) 525-1398

Other local options
View the list curated by Visit Walla Walla

Where to eat

Did we mention that Walla Walla has been named the best small town for food? You will LOVE eating here.

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