This museum is dedicated to exploring the history of the Appaloosa horse and their relationship with the Nez Perce Indians and through art and literature. The museum also offers trail rides, picnics, and live exhibits of the horses.
Named after the regionally famous Kirtland Cutter — the architect credited for redesigning and rebuilding much of Spokane after a fire nearly destroyed it in 1889 — this historic building is now home to a community and performing arts center, the Cutter Theatre itself, the Metaline Library and an art gallery, as well as spaces for private rentals and public receptions.
GU’s Jundt Art Museum is one of the largest in the Inland Northwest. It features paintings, ceramics, photographs, sculptures and tapestries, and is one of the largest art museums in the Inland Northwest. Non-students are also invited to student theater, musical productions, authors, poets and anything else the Bulldogs can bring to campus.
The Japanese Cultural Center serves as a resource, museum and guide to Japanese culture for both regional and international audiences of all ages. Experience traditional arts, crafts, folk art, cuisine, costumes and ceremonial dress. There's also an authentic ceremonial tea room where you can drink a bowl of tea and gain insight into Japanese customs.
Climb the trees of the Enchanted Forest, launch a rocket, learn bicycle safety, and hear a storyteller at the Mobius Children's interactive museum. Mobius Kids also features impromptu plays, painting and drawing workshops and many exhibits exploring the nature of science and culture.
The Northwest MAC is the most prominent museum in the Spokane area, and also includes the historic Campbell House.
One of the oldest centers for culture in Spokane, this 100-year-old building can be rented out for weddings, conventions, receptions, business meetings, galas and a variety of other events.
The museum has one key theme: “Preserving the Spokane Valley’s History and Heritage.” It collects and exhibits all history or culture that can educate and inspire the community in the Valley. This year's exhibits will feature Apollo 11, "Visionary Women," and aviation history of the Spokane region.
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