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Amazing Exhibits

Step into a world of imagination and discovery at unique museums throughout the Spokane region. From fine art to science, memorabilia to ancient history, there's something for everyone to explore!


Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

Linda Hyatt Cancel
September 14, 2016-January 1, 2017
Artist Linda Cancel captures the beauty of of the 130-mile lake area surrounding the Grand Coulee Dam in her beautiful paintings. Learn more.  

Lost Egypt
September 24, 2016-January 6, 2017
Unearth the secrets of an ancient Egyptian world in this interactive exhibition featuring the hidden stories and artifacts of a lost civilization. Learn more.

My Spokane
November 12, 2016-January 8, 2017

Get to know the Spokane region through the screenprints of local artist Chris Bovey. Learn more.


Titans of the Ice Age: Mammoths and Mastodons
February 11, 2017-May 7, 2017
Explore the Ice Age and its largest beasts in this traveling exhibit from The Field Museum of Chicago. Learn more.

Campbell House
Learn about one of Spokane's oldest neighborhoods and how the men and women who built the Lilac City lived in the 1900s, at the Campbell House in Browne's Addition. Learn more.

Mobius Science Center

BODIES HUMAN: Anatomy in Motion
Through December 31, 2016
Get to know how the human body moves and functions through a fascinating display of real human specimens preserved through plastination. Learn more.

Mobius Children's Museum
Science just for the kids! Burn off some energy and learn something new in the heart of downtown Spokane. Learn more. 

Spokane Valley Heritage Museum

Smithsonian Exhibit: NASA
Become immersed in space as you view thought-provoking images captured by high-tech satellitesLearn more.

Drive Your History Tour
Take a tour through Spokane Valley to gain a unique view of the area’s history. Learn more.

Under One Sky
Learn about the history of Spokane Valley from 1800-1899. Learn more.

Gonzaga University

Bing Crosby Collection
View a collection of trophies, records, photographs and more from crooner and movie star Bing Crosby at his childhood home located on the Gonzaga University campus. Learn more.  

Jundt Art Museum

Crafting Identity: Masks and the Pastorela in Michoacán
September 10, 2016-January 14, 2017
An exhibition featuring hand-carved masks by Felipe Horta and other mask artists from the Mexican village of Tocuaro, Michoacán. Learn more.

Roman Myth and Mythmaking
September 17, 2016-December 17, 2016
Explore what life was like in Ancient Rome with the artifacts that made every day tick. Learn more.

Chancellor's Room
Featuring Chihuly glass installations (including Gonzaga University’s Red Chandelier), sculptures by David Hayes and a bronze by Auguste Rodin, the Chancellor’s Room overlooks the Centennial Trail and Spokane River. Learn more.

Chase Gallery

Hass Collected
October 7, 2016-December 28, 2016
Featuring the art of Pauline Hass, this collection includes sketches and paintings from her long artistic career.

Whitworth University

Bryan Oliver Gallery

Sage Paisher
November 8, 2016-January 27, 2017
Learn more about this exhibit here.

Farragut State Park

Museum at The Brig
Explore World War II history at the site of the Farragut Naval Training Station. Learn more.

Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum

Ongoing, Thursday-Sunday, 10am-2pm
Through storytelling and interactive exhibits, one of the region's newest museums celebrates the dedication and hard work of local veterans.