5225 N Freya Street Spokane, WA 99217 +1 509 489 8859
The name says it all, Carr's One of A Kind In The World Museum is a one of a kind museum. The museum holds a wide range or exhibits and artifacts, including celebrity vehicles, Chinese vases and eccentric oddities. Some of the artifacts are quite bizarre, such as the skin of a boa constrictor. Admission is $8 for Adults, $7 for Seniors and children under nine years old can enter for free.
202 East Cataldo Gonzaga University Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 313 3891
The Jundt Art Museum shows various art exhibits, including permanent art from Gonzaga University as well as temporary exhibits. If you would like to learn more about the artwork you can schedule a tour of the museum one week in advance Monday through Friday. The museum also features free lectures and events throughout the year.
2316 W. First Avenue Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 456 3931
Spokane architect Kirtland K. Cutter created the beautiful Campbell House in 1898. The stunning house was created with an English style and included a two story main house, a service wing and a carriage house. There are several tours available, including tours explaining the lives of the people who lived there and functional tours showing how items in the house worked.
2316 West First Avenue Spokane, WA 99201 +1 509 456 3931
Northwest Museum of Art & Culture showcases a diverse selection of art from around the world. A trip to the museum is not complete without visiting the Campbell House, which entrance fee is included in the price of the Museum's admission. The 1898 house shows how life was led in the 20th Century. The Northwest Museum of Art & Culture is in a contemporary building and features local history, fine art and collections from various cultures.
1901 N Sullivan Rd Spokane, WA 99216 +1 509 927 4592
The Spokane Area Council is a lively organization that hosts over 50 dance events a month in Spokane and the greater Spokane area. Whether it's a workshop, a competition, a fundraiser or just a friendly, social way to work up a sweat, the council's activities appeal to all ages and skill levels. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
13030 East Indiana Spokane, WA 99216 +1 509 926 0164
The Latah Creek Winery is one of the few family-run wineries in Washington State; the Conway family works hard to produce high-quality, delicious wine that is reflective of the grape that it comes from. Particularly highly recommended is their merlot, which has been singled out as one of the best in the state by Wine Spectator. Latah Creek provides free tastings and has maintained a friendly, intimate feel that encourages customer loyalty. Call for more details.
2210 E Hangman Valley Road Spokane, WA 99223 +1 509 448 1212
Hangman Valley Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course which provides a challenging game. The course is beautiful, with tree-lined fairways and ponds that double as water hazards. The golf course also has a golf shop, driving range, practice green and restaurant.
12114 E Sprague Avenue Spokane, WA 99206 +1 509 922 4570
Spokane Valley Heritage Museum features exhibits which showcase local history. The museum is located in the historic Opportunity Township Hall, which was built in 1912 and used as a government building and community center. You can enjoy artifacts, photographs and there is even an exhibit featuring a Vintage Texaco Gas Station.
6452 North Lidgerwood Street Spokane, WA 99208 +1 509 724 7879
If one is looking for a venue to make an event a grand success, then head to the Northwest Event Center. This flexible event space on North Lidgerwood Street is open to all kinds of events, right from wedding receptions to concerts. Adding to the excellent acoustics of the house, is the advanced sound and light technology that further enhances the experiences of watching live music events. Visit one of the occasional parties held here and you are bound to have a great time in company of young revelers.
Northwest Museum of Art & Culture showcases a diverse selection
of art from around the world. A trip to the museum is not complete without visiting the Campbell House, which entrance fee is included in the price of the ...
Formerly known as the Rainier Beach High School Performing Arts
Center, the place was renamed in 2004 to honor Paul Roberson. He was the first African American to make a mark in film and theater, a civil rights activist ...
Celebrate childhood by heading to the Red Wagon. Located in
Riverfront Park, the Red Wagon is a large interactive sculpture that is 12 feet high and 27 feet long. Children can climb the sculpture and go down a slide ...