NORTHWEST MUSEUM OF ARTS AND CULTURE
2316 West First Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201 Directions
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture aims to be the cultural center of the Northwest Pacific by involving the society and tourists through Tradition, Arts, and Native Plateau culture. Their mission is to take part in the audiences in the gratitude of Inland Northwest and beyond art, history, and cultures through collections, exhibitions, and programs that enrich and inspire them. This historic residence of 13,000 square feet designed by Kirkland Cutter offers a first-hand idea of reality at the turn of the 20th century in Spokane. Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture provides free admission to children under age 5.
Internships, Summer Camps, Research, Library, Prime Time for Seniors, Lectures, Campbell House, Teachers, Online Collections Search, American Indian Collection, Regional History, Archives, Preservation and Assessment, Studio Glass Movement, Online Exhibits, Adult Programs, Current Exhibitions, Inuit Art of Povungnituk & School Visits
Price: Adults (18+): $19.5
College Students w/Valid ID:$17
Children/Students (6-17): $10
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MOBIUS CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
808 West Main Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201 Directions
The Mobius Children's Museum gives children and their families the ability to learn, play, and develop through hands-on art, history, and experimental activities. It is non. profit museum that has become a cornerstone of the community and annually averages over 80,000 visitors. The children's museum continues to give its guests enjoyable, hands-on educational experiences and has become a top-tier museum for children in Eastern Washington. Membership in a children's museum is a great way to give your family, friends, or staff an endless year of fun and play.
Birthday Parties, Membership and Educational Programs, Classrooms, Interactive Exhibits, Events, Facility Rentals, Cafe and Mini-Mall, Group Visits, Classes and Workshops, Field Trips, Conservation & Research
Price: Daily Admission:
Military/Seniors (65+): $9
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JUNDT ART MUSEUM
502 East Boone Avenue, Spokane, WA 99258 Directions
Jundt Art Museum is located at Gonzaga University. It collects, preserves, exhibits, and perceives original works of art in support of Jesuit and humanistic traditional teaching, research, and service at the University of Gonzaga and the Inland Northwest community. The Museum holds the Print Study Hall, a large study laboratory with several resources on individual artists and art history, and it also provides links to the Museum's online collection list. The Museum exhibits work by local, regional, national, and international figures in numerous media during the year.
Youth Programs, Talks, Photographs and Tapestries, Conservation Programs, Family, and International Figures, Gift Shop, Museum Events, Ceramics, Paintings, Regional, Summer Camp, National, Lectures and Tours Programs, Artist Workshops & Exhibitions