Museums

Museums

At the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC), just west of downtown Spokane in the historic Browne’s Addition neighborhood, you can find one of our region’s most prized historical, cultural and artistic treasures. In addition to rotating their own vast collections, the MAC features traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian Institute and other museums. The beautiful 5-acre campus’ stunning displays transport visitors to the times of our region’s indigenous people and early pioneers.

Spark your curiosity and ignite your imagination at Mobius Children's Museums located in River Park Square Mall. The museum features interactive exhibits, activities, classes and special events. Across the street, the Mobius Science Center provides hands on exhibits that will pique the minds of children and adults to the wonders of space, flight, sound, the human body and more.

To experience the rich regional history and a vast collection of historical photos, check out the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum, located in Opportunity Township Hall in Spokane Valley, one of the city’s landmark buildings.

For art enthusiasts, Don't miss Gonzaga University’s 2,800 square-foot Jundt Art Museum features an eclectic mix of traveling exhibits, as well as a collection of blown glass from northwest native, Dale Chihuly.