Campbell House is a historical museum in Spokane, Washington. The Museum opened in the early 1900s, with guided tours and period decor. They provide exposure to art, history, and culture from their Region and beyond to over 100,000 visitors annually, including thousands of students. Local architect, Kirtland Cutter, designed the House. This family and its servants faced Campbell's household and changes in industry, technology, and community life. The Campell House is listed on the Historic Places National Register. The staff in the Museum engage their audiences in the appreciation of art, history, and culture of the Inland Northwest and beyond through collection stewardship, exhibitions, and programs that enrich and inspire. Campbell House is open for public trips and visitation. Free with MAC admission.