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Bing Crosby House Museum Gonzaga University

area: Downtown Spokane
  • overview

    Bing Crosby, the American icon, is best known for his classic songs like White Christmas and roles in films such as Going My Way (1944), a performance for which he won an Oscar.

    But it all started right here in Spokane, Washington. Crosby's boyhood house was built in 1911, and today is part of Gonzaga University and home to the biggest collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia. Bing attended Gonzaga University before leaving for Hollywood in 1924. The Bing Crosby House Museum is open to the public Monday - Saturday (excluding some holidays). Please visit our website for more information and current hours of operation.

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    Facility Info
    • Description Gonzaga University Event Service Team (GUEST) is a full-service educational conference and convention provider. GUEST Venues include the John J. Hemmingson Center, Bozarth Mansion & Retreat Center, Cataldo Hall, and Jepson Center Wolff Auditorium. Whether you need a meeting room for a small group, exhibition space, or a reception for 300, we have a space to suit your needs. Our professional staff will help you with every detail from event planning to setup, AV, catering, service, and more. For more information, call 509.313.6942, email welcomedesk@gonzaga.edu, or visit https://www.gonzaga.edu/about/offices-services/gonzaga-university-event-service-team.
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