For a fun-filled spring and summer, downtown Spokane is the place to be. Enjoy a free carriage ride through the heart of the city presented by the Downtown Spokane Business Improvement District and Wheatland Bank.

Wheatland Bank Horse and Carriage Rides

  • 5 to 9 p.m. every Friday in June and July (excluding Hoopfest weekend).
  • Pick-up on Wall Street across from the Wheatland Bank ATM.
  • First-come, first-served; reservations are not taken.

Please remember the horses require breaks and plenty of water, and that they may be more numerous during extremely hot weather. This will impact wait times for the carriage rides.

On camera interviews available by appointment through the Downtown Spokane office on Friday’s before or after standard ride hours.

About Downtown Spokane

The DSP is a private, non-profit membership organization that serves as Spokane’s central city advocate and service provider, dedicated to enhancing the quality and vitality of Downtown Spokane as the basis for a healthy region. The DSP accomplishes its mission through advocating for public policies, business and project development, quality planning, physical improvement projects, public safety, beautification, and marketing programs that ensure downtown’s continued success. To learn more, visit

About Wheatland Bank

Wheatland Bank, formed in 1979 in Davenport, Washington, is a locally owned independent community bank. Wheatland Bank’s commitment to eastern and central Washington is strong and has deep roots. It is a commitment that is kept alive with powerful local ownership, leadership and decision-making. In the 37 years since inception, Wheatland Bank has grown through organic and diversified expansion with 14 branches throughout eastern and central Washington serving over 15,000 customers. Wheatland Bank focuses on helping businesses and consumers succeed by offering personalized banking relationships and customized lending, banking and wealth management services.