Built for the 1974 Expo, the Riverfront Pavilion bares all, having lost it's covering many years ago.
An interesting perspective from the inside of the Pavilion at Riverfront Park
Big Red Wagon
The well known landmark Red Radio Flyer in Riverfront Park is a kids best friend!
Riverfront Clock Tower
Looking north at the southwest corner of the clock tower with flowers all-a-bloom.
Bodies in motion! These sculptures represent the annual Lilac Bloomsday runners that compete every first Sunday in May since 1977. The course is 12 km long.
Riverfront Park Carousel
This well known landmark is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Built by Charles I. D. Looff in 1909, it still operates today and is a family favorite activity.
Riverfront Park Carousel in Motion
The Carousel in motion
Riverfront Park #1
The Clock Tower and Pavilion are visible just on the other side of the Spokane River.
Beneath the Pavilion
This was captured at sunset from beneath the Pavilion