Visit the Campbell House

See art from around the world

See art from the Pacific Northwest


Off Riverside Drive in downtown Spokane's historic Browne's Addition

Experience all that the Inland Northwest has to offer – a diverse region encompassing Eastern Washington, north Idaho, far west Montana, and southern Alberta. Come visit us in our one hundredth year of operation. Exhibits and programs change three to five time a year.


The Exhibits, Archive Library, Museum Store, Auditorium, and Administrative Offices are wheelchair accessible. Historic Campbell House is not ADA accessible. The Campbell House Activity Center is accessible for all visitors.


We have four non-motorized wheelchairs available for our guests. Please contact a staff member at Admissions for assistance.


Available in all multi-level buildings and the parking garage, excluding the Campbell House.

Movement between Buildings

The buildings are not interconnected. In order to move between buildings, you must use the exterior concrete flagstone walkway connecting the buildings and the parking garage.


All restrooms are wheelchair accessible.