Entertainment, arts, and celebrations
Your destination for major WSU Pullman events
An annual February celebration
Celebrating contemporary art music and the composers who create it
Meaningful encounters with creativity and innovation
A gathering for all, with songs and dances of indigenous people
Must-see events for music lovers
Art exhibits, concerts, movie screenings, and more
Exhibits, lectures, and workshops
Archaeological collections from Eastern Washington, as well as objects representative of the culture of Native American tribes in the Inland Northwest since contact with Europeans
For research, education, and conservation of bears worldwide. See live grizzly bears!
The largest public collection of preserved birds and mammals in the Pacific Northwest—more than 700 species
Over 1.25 million specimens of insects and related arthropods, the majority from the Pacific Northwest
Approximately 70,000 specimens of fungi. Located in the Vogel Plant Biosciences Building. Visits by appointment.
The Jacklin Collection of cut and polished petrified wood, the Culver Study Memorial, and the S. Elroy McCaw Fluorescent Mineral Display
A window to the heavens, with the largest refracting telescope in the state of Washington
Nearly 350,000 specimens of plants and lichens
A lecture from an internationally known philosopher
Art exhibits, movie screenings, and more
Take a sky tour, led by the Department of Astronomy
Hundreds of preserved specimens of large and small domestic animals, birds, and wild species
Each May, ArtWalk transforms downtown Pullman into a festival of visual and performing arts
Performances by acclaimed ballet, modern dance, jazz, musical theater, and ethnic dance companies
Food, music, arts and crafts—all in celebration of a wonderful little legume
Performing music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods, through to 20th century and contemporary choral works
Hands-on activities let kids of all ages explore scientific concepts
Affordable, live entertainment for the community. Creative outlets and educational opportunities for theater participants of all ages.
Bringing live classical music to the people of the Palouse
In neighboring towns
A former dairy barn transformed into a center for regional, fine, and folk art. Located in Uniontown, 17 miles southeast of Pullman.
An historic (circa 1908) movie theater, concert hall, and home of Moscow Community Theater. Located in downtown Moscow, Idaho, 10 miles west of Pullman.
Renowned jazz masters join with students to celebrate a truly American form of music. Held at the University of Idaho in Moscow, 10 miles west of Pullman.
An historic 2-story house built in 1886, restored to reflect periods in its history. Located in Moscow, Idaho, 10 miles west of Pullman.
This annual June event takes you on a self-guided tour of Moscow businesses, each showcasing the works of regional artists or musicians.
A Saturday morning event that celebrates local farmers, artists, craftspeople, and musicians. Held May through October in downtown Moscow, Idaho, 10 miles west of Pullman.
An annual celebration of spring with artisans, food, music, crafts, and more. Held the first weekend of May in East City Park in Moscow, Idaho, 10 miles west of Pullman.
Exhibits, community events, and workshops featuring University of Idaho students and local artists
A mid-July outdoor concert series held in East City Park in Moscow, Idaho, 10 miles west of Pullman
Displaying works of local and regional artists on the second and third floors of Moscow City Hall
Entertainment all around you
Another college town next door
Just 7 miles east of Pullman lies the University of Idaho, which forms the heart of another college town called Moscow. With two towns just ten minutes apart, you can choose from twice as many entertainment options.
Easy drive to major cities
Eager to travel? It’s less than a day’s drive to any major city in the Pacific Northwest.