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3 Best Places To See in Spokane, WA

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NORTHWEST MUSEUM OF ARTS AND CULTURE

2316 West First Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201 DIRECTIONS

Since 1916

Here’s The Deal:
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.

SPECIALTY:
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, Online Exhibits, Adult Programs & School Visits

Price: March 27 - Sept 11:
Adults (18+): $20
Seniors (65+): $18
College Students w/Valid ID: $18
Children/Students (6-17): $15

... More Prices March 27 - Sept 11:
Adults (18+): $20
Seniors (65+): $18
College Students w/Valid ID: $18
Children/Students (6-17): $15
Child (Under 5): Free

Discount: $1 off regular admissions for members - $1 off discount for active duty View Coupon

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northwestmuseum.org

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Tue-Sun: 10am - 5pm
Third Thu: 10am - 8pm Mon: Closed

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BLUE ZOO AQUARIUM SPOKANE

4750 Notth Division Street, Suite 1242, Spokane, WA 99207 DIRECTIONS

Since 2010

Here’s The Deal:
Blue Zoo Aquarium is an inspiring interactive aquarium located in Spokane, WA. It has 200+ species of animals, a 24-foot pirate ship, and two water tables. Blue Zoo Aquarium's mission is to educate and inspire people in a friendly, hands-on environment. It has sea creatures like jellyfish, clownfish, seahorses, octopus, and sharks. The staffs at Blue Zoo Aquarium are kind and friendly to all the visitors. The Ray tank has the primary attraction where children allow to touch the fishes. Blue Zoo Aquarium offers free admission for children aged two and under.

SPECIALTY:
Saltwater Center, Interactive Play, Fresh Water Center, Pirate Ship, Water Play Tables, Touch & Feed

Price: ANNUAL PASSES:
Adults & Teens: $19.95
Children:$16.95
Military: $17.95
12 or More: $13.95

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bluezoo.us

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Mon-Thu: 11am - 7pm
Fri & Sat: 11am - 8pm
Sun:11am - 6pm

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CAT TALES WILDLIFE CENTER

17020 North Newport Highway, Mead, Spokane, WA 99021 DIRECTIONS

Since 1991

Here’s The Deal:
Cat Tales Wildlife Center is a wildlife rescue and rehab center located in Mead, WA. Cat Tales was founded in 1990 by Mike and Debbie Wyche and incorporated on July 27, 1991, as a 501(c)3 non-profit charity. The center works on the mission to provide a safe and secure home for rescued big cats and wildlife. Cat Tales Wildlife Center provides a private and guided tour for visitors. With the age restrictions, visitors can Hand feed a big cat or black bear. The animal population is based on current rescues and forever home needs. Many animals with difficult pasts have been rescued from dangerous circumstances or private owners and are frequently put at Cat Tales as a final home and safe sanctuary. They offer free unlimited admission for a year to their members.

SPECIALTY:
Wildlife Rescue, Rehab, and Education Center, Big Cat & Animals

Price: Adults: $15
Children (5-12): $10
Students (13-18 & up to age 22 with student ID): $12
Senior Citizens (65+): $12

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cattales.org

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Tue-Sun: 10am - 4pm
Mon: Closed

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