April brings many fun activities to Leavenworth, Washington! Besides bringing the beauty of spring, April in Leavenworth is the time for amazing culinary experiences, sensational film festivities and other exciting adventures!

We’ve put together this list of our top 10 favorite things to do in Leavenworth during April.

Local Fun Activities

Spring Sensations— Calling all Foodies! Come taste a sensational variety of pear culinary delights for the entire month of April!

Taste Leavenworth — Purchase a passport to enjoy a “culinary crawl” through Leavenworth  while live music from the Front Street Park sets the mood.

Leavenworth Ale Fest – A host of amazing breweries and cideries, mixing it up with music and fun.

Leavenworth Film Festival — If you love nature, art, and an excuse to “dress to the nines” then you do not want to miss this festival!

Leavenworth Ale-Fest — Enjoy local, national, and international brews with the Alpine-esque Cascades as a backdrop and Northwest bands providing dancing music!

2019 Firefighter Challenge and Trail Run — Cheer on our local firefighters as they compete and demonstrate the skills it takes to protect our communities! Then join the fun for the 10k Trail Run or cheer on the contenders!

Nutcracker Museum – View an amazing array of nutcrackers from around the world including a Roman nutcracker dated between 200 B.C. and 200 A.D. Military members and their immediate family are free!

Upper Valley Museum at Leavenworth – The museum includes a history of the area and hosts a variety of tours and events.

Leavenworth Reindeer Farm – A great family outing! Get up close and personal with Santa’s reindeer! Be sure to check the tour schedule and book online before you venture out!

Leavenworth ZipLines –  Great for Family & Team Bonding and just plain fun!

Outdoor Activities

Hiking & Biking – There are some great options depending on the weather! Go talk with the local experts at Der Sportsmann for more information! They also have rentals available.

Waterfront Park Trail – Stroll along the Wenatchee River and enjoy the sound of the wind in the trees and birds chirping; all with the Cascades as a backdrop.