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  • Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
    For those that appreciate the finer things, be sure to explore the artwork at Spokane Valley's Spokane Valley Heritage Museum. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    12114 East Sprague Avenue
    Spokane Valley, WA US
  • Artistic Framing & Whistle Stop Gallery
    The eye-catching artwork at Spokane Valley's Artistic Framing and Whistle Stop Gallery is sure to perk your pupils right up. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3007 North Park Road
    Spokane Valley, WA US
  • Endangered Species Conservation Park
    The animals at Endangered Species Conservation Park in Mead are here for your entertainment viewing pleasure. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    17020 North Newport Highway
    Mead, WA US
  • Ink To Media
    Visit Ink To Media in Spokane Valley and allow your creative juices to flow as you browse unique forms of art. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    523 North Pines Road
    Spokane Valley, WA US
  • Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
    The Northwest Museum of Art & Culture preserves and illuminates an extensive collection of material about the Plateau Indian culture of the Pacific Northwest. Traditional textiles and carvings coexist with more than 10,000 photographs that document the indigenous culture. Historic regional paintings include works from Spokane's Works Progress Administration arts center, which created a vibrant space for artists in the depths of the Great Depression. In addition to its staggering exhibits and regular collections, the museum immerses guests in turn-of-the-century culture with the Campbell House, which is nestled on the campus. Originally built by Idaho mine owner Amasa Campbell at the end of the 19th century, the neoclassical revival home designed by Kirtland K. Cutter provides a window into the life of a wealthy northwestern family at the turn of the century. A handsome Tudor façade welcomes visitors before they venture into the elegantly restored interior, which deftly mixes architectural styles with a French-style reception area, a Middle Eastern–style game room, and a library outfitted with an inglenook fireplace and an authentic steam-powered flat-screen TV.
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    2316 W 1st Ave.
    Spokane, WA US
  • Mobius Kids Children's Museum
    Mobius Children's Museum encourages youngsters eight-years-old and younger to broaden their knowledge of the world around them in fun, hands-on educational exhibits. Hands-on is often a child's favorite way to learn about something, so the museum provides tykes with plenty of opportunity to dig into the workings of the world around them first hand. They experience erosion and water currents in scientific exhibits such as Geotopia, while the Out of Hand Art Studio and Globe Theater explore the visual and performing arts. Inside the Wattson's World exhibit, children learn about energy safety and conservation while playing inside a people-sized doghouse. Every exhibit invite parents to play along with their kids for a fun-filled family bonding experience.
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    808 W Main Ave.
    Spokane, WA US

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