Bing Crosby Collection (at Gonzaga University)
Crosbyana Room
Crosby Student Center
Gonzaga University
502 E. Boone
Spokane, WA
(509) 313-4097
200 pieces of the world's largest public collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia.

Cheney Historical Museum
420 First St.
Cheney, WA 
(509) 235-2202 

Flag Museum

Pines Cemetery
1402 S. Pines Rd
Spokane Valley, WA  99216
(509) 926-2753 
Hours:  8 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
             9 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday

The museum has replicas of historical flags, including George Washington’s command flag, Sons of Liberty, War of 1812, Confederate Army and Don’t Tread on Me. 

The Fairmount Memorial Association and The Sons of the American Revolution sponsor this museum.  With the help of area Scouting organizations, the Sons of the American Revolution plan to hold flag retirement ceremonies in front of the museum, where flags are burned and the ashes are buried. 

For information on the Sons of the American Revolution, visit 
For more information, call (509) 257-2877, or email

Foley Library
Special Collections
Gonzaga University
621 E. Cataldo
Spokane, WA
(509) 313-3847 

Honor Point Military and Aerospace Museum
P.O. Box 19459
Spokane, WA 99219-9459
(509) 244-0244

Located at: 
Felts Field
6105 E. Rutter Ave.
Spokane, WA  99212

Open:  Thursdays through Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm at Felts Field.
Admission:  $7 for adults, $5 for seniors, active or retired military and students age 11 and older.  Children 10 and under are free.

See Fairchild's military history in a collection of uniforms, vintage aircraft, a Jeep, historic photos, and other memorabilia.  In addition to the Air Force, otehr branches of the miitary are also represented in the displays. In addition, items from the former Fort George Wright in northwest Spokane, Nazi memorabilia and military weapons.  Vintage Stearman and Piper Cub aircraft belonging to a former commercial airline pilot are on display. 

Inland Northwest Rail Museum
Reardan, WA 99029
(509) 475-5437
Contact: Tad Wisenor

Japanese Cultural Center
Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
4001 W. Randolph Rd
Spokane, WA
(509) 328-2971

Jundt Art Museum
Gonzaga University
202 E. Cataldo
Spokane, WA
(509) 313-6611
(inside the brown brick building with the copper spire at the end of Pearl)  
Art exhibits - local, regional, international, faculty, and students.

Mobius Kids Children's Museum
(ages 0 - 8)
808 W. Main Ave.
(Lower Level of River Park Square)
Spokane, WA   99201
(509)  624-5437

Mobius Science Center
811 W.  Main
Spokane, WA   99201
(509)  443-5669
65 exhibits (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) for age 8 to 108

North Spokane Farm Museum
6223 W. Ridgeway Rd
Deer Park, WA   99006
(509) 466-2744

Hours:  April 1 thru Oct. 15, 9am - 4pm, or by appointment.  October 16 thru March 31 - by appointment only.    
15 miles north of Spokane off state highway 395.  The museum housed in "The Red  Shed," a 5,000 sq.ft. building which is considered a teach-and-touch museum. 

Displaying farm machinery and farm artifacts from 1850-1950.  Other featured displays are a working 50's kitchen, a 40's bedroom, a 20's kitchen, and the largest collection of Ironstone China in the Pacific Northwest with more than 36 sets from 1850-1976.   

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture (MAC) 
2316 W. 1st Avenue
Spokane, WA
(509) 456-3931 

Featuring 5 exhibition galleries, including a regional history, American Indian culture, and the historic Campbell House (1898).

Spokane Law Enforcement Museum
(moved April 2015 - most of the items are currently in storage until a new location is secured)
One-third of the items are on display at:
Spokane Law Enforcement Credit Union
924 W. Sinto
Hallways of History
Spokane County Public Safety Building
1100 W. Mallon
Spokane, WA
(509) 625-3352 (museum), or 477-6449 (office)

Saturday and Tuesday, 10 am - 4 pm
Admission:  $5/adult, $4/seniors and military personnel, $3/students, $2 age 12 and younger

A history of the offices of the State Patrol, FBI, U.S. Marshall, Border Patrol, Canadian Mounted Police, and police chiefs.  The museum estimates it has 3,000 items in its collection of photos, uniforms, historic badges, patches, women officials, prisoner-made weapons, and more. 

Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
12114 E. Sprague Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA  99216
(509) 922-4570   
Local Organizations
Additional Resources
  • Deep Creek Civil War Battle Reenactment
    Come and see for yourself, the most turbulent times our country has ever endured - the American Civil War.  Hear the crash and boom of the artillery.  Feel the weight of the rifles and packs that the soldiers carried.  Meet the fine ladies in their gorgeous dresses.  Watch as battles are reenacted and honor the 700,000 men who fell.
All this at the Deep Creek Civil War Battle reenactment just outside Spokane, WA, every  Memorial Day weekend!
Day and evening events (see their website)
$10 per adult (18+)
$5 per youth (13-17)
$25 for the whole family
FREE 12 and under!
FREE Active military and family

Water spigots (bring your own bottle)
Onsite food vendors
Limited battlefield seating

Deep Creek Farms
Medical Lake, WA

For a schedule of events and more information:
(509) 280-5608