Tri-Cities Airport (IATA: PSC) is shared by Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland. There are flights from Denver, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Amtrak serves Pasco on the Empire Builder line.
There is bus service at the intermodal station (Greyhound Lines, Grape Line), the 22nd Avenue Transit Center (Confederated Umatilla Tribes, Grape Line), and the Tri-Cities Airport (Grape Line).
- Gesa Stadium, 6200 Burden, ☎ . Featuring the Tri-City Dust Devil's
- Franklin County Historical Society and Museum, 305 N. 4th, ☎ , fax: +1 509 545-2168. Tuesday – Friday, noon – 4:00 pm.
- Sacajawea State Park and Interpretive Center. March 31 – November 1, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm daily. $10.00 – $30.00 motor-vehicle access fee.
- Stone Ridge Event Center, 5960 Burden, ☎ , fax: +1 509 545-5704.
- Trade Recreation Agricultural Center (TRAC Center), 6600 Burden, ☎ , fax: +1 509 543 2998, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- McNary National Wildlife Refuge, 64 Maple Street, Burbank (A few miles southeast of Pasco on US 12), ☎ . A haven for migrating birds. Trails and education center.
- Take a walk down the Sacajawea Heritage Trail along the Columbia River, winding for 23 miles through the tri-cities.
- The annual chile pepper festival brings an open weekend market of chiles and pepper products.
- Chinese Gardens, 1520 N. 4th, ☎ . Monday - Saturday 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday noon to 10:00 pm.
- Lee's Tahitian, 2724 W. Lewis, ☎ .
- Best Western Pasco Inn & Suites, 2811 N 20th Avenue, ☎ , fax: +1 509 547-1144.
- Yakima is a quick drive northwest on I-82.
- The Columbia River Gorge is half an hour south, drivable on the north side along SR-14, and the south (Oregon) side along I-84.
|Routes through Pasco|
|Yakima ← Richland ←||W E||→ Wallula → Walla Walla|
|Spokane ← Ritzville ←||N S||→ Kennewick → Burns|