WSU Thompson Hall

Pullman is a city in the Palouse region of eastern Washington. It is home to Washington State University and the National Lentil Festival.

Get in

By car

Pullman accessed by US 195, and SR 270.

By bus

By plane

Pullman is served by the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport IATA: PUW located 4.5mi (7.2km) NE of downtown Pullman, just NE of the WSU campus, serving Pullman, Moscow and the surrounding communities in Polouse Country. The airport is used for general Aviation and by airlines chartered by both the University of Idaho and Washington State University for their inter-collegiant athletic teams. The only scheduled commercial service is offered by Alaska Airlines for service to Seattle/Tacoma. The next nearest major airport for regularly scheduled commercial flights with more airlines is the Spokane International Airport (IATA: GEG for Geiger Field) located 80mi/128km north. Wheatland Express operates regular shuttle services between Spokane International Airport, Pullman and Moscow.

Get around

Since there is not much to the downtown area, transportation is a must. Public transportation is available from Pullman Transit, though it is often geared towards the university. Pullman also has multiple bike trails for summer travel around the town.


Being the home of a major state university, there are many WSU centric activities available

Washington State University

WSU is trying to collect many of the sights around campus in one website titled Around WSU. These are a selection (and maybe a few that have been forgotten)






Go next

Pullman is 8 miles away from Moscow, Idaho, which has many attractions worth checking out.

Routes through Pullman

Spokane Colfax  N  S  Lewiston via
Spokane Palouse  N  S  END
END  W  E  becomes Moscow

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