|Lewiston Falls City Facts|
|Country||USA (United State of America)|
|Counties||Nez Perce County|
|Total Area||17.2 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||46.4167° N, 117.0167° W|
|Time Zone||PST (UTC−08:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||The Bates College Museum of Art, The Museum of Lewiston-Auburn|
Lewiston is a city in the U.S state of Idaho. It was founded in 1861 and was named after the first European ancestry visitor
Lewiston was primarily an industrial center and is located in southwest Maine, at the falls of the Androscoggin River. Lewiston and Auburn are often thought of as a single entity and jointly referred to as Lewiston-Auburn. Lewiston was settled in the year 1770 and was officially incorporated in 1795. In May 2004, the City of Lewiston started an ambitious plan for urban renewal near its downtown area. According to this plan the entire city was to be renovated and old nineteenth-century blocks were to be demolished.
Lewiston hotels offer all amenities needed for its guests. These hotels serve as host to all VIPs reaching the city. The special care they show for the customers make them unique. Ramada Inn Conference Center Lewiston, Super 8 Lewiston/Auburn, Motel 6 Lewiston, Morning Star Inn and Travel Inn are the hotels in the city that provide tailor made reception to its guests.
Some of the popular restaurants of lewiston include Nothing But the Blues Café, Dubois Café and Variety, Chopsticks Restaurant, Cathay Hut restaurant and Da Vinci's Eatery. Other famous restaurants are Black Watch Restaurant and Pub, Mac's Grill, Marco's Italian Restaurant, Sam's Italian Foods, Edward's Restaurant, Marois Restaurant, Cleopatra, Governor's Restaurant, Thai Elephant, South Sea Chinese Restaurant, Tim Horons, Canton Wok, Jade Garden Chinese Restaurant, Rock n' Robbins, Barnies Place, Angelo's Pizzeria and Restaurant, Margaritas Mexican Restaurant, Fran's Place, Heartland, Burger King, Blanchette's Pizza and Variety, Bill Davis Luncheonette, Barnie's Bar & Grill, Village Inn, Tin Tin Buffet, Pepper and Spice and Carriage House Café.
Places to Visit:
The Hells Canyon, the vast national forests, the Lewis-Clark Valley and Nez Perce Indian Reservation are the marvelous sights that can be seen only in Lewiston. A drive through the famous Spiral Highway on Lewiston Hill gives a wonderful view of the region. Jet boat excursions to Hells Canyon, overnight rafting and camping trips down the Snake River are a must while on the visit to the city. Tourists also visit Bates College Museum of Art and Marsden Hartley Cultural Center on their visit to the city.
Last Updated On : March 19, 2013