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. Its mission is to participate in the audiences' gratitude for 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 in Spokane at the turn of the 20th century. They provide an exposure to art, history and culture from their Region and beyond to over 100,000 visitors annually, including thousands of students. They preserve collections of more than one million artifacts and archival materials, including a comprehensive collection of art, historical objects, and textiles from this region, a significant research archive, and the largest collection of Plateau Indian art and artifacts.
Adults (18+): $20
Seniors (65+): $18
College Students w/Valid ID: $18
Children/Students (6-17): $15
Child (Under 5): Free
Third Thu: 10am - 8pm Mon: Closed