Discover your connection to Spokane Valley

Visit the Heritage Museum and explore the history of our region.

  • “Our Cherished Nat Park!”

    “Our Cherished Nat Park!”
    50 years ago, a swell amusement park, which brought joy to so many, closed forever. Remembered through images, film, rides, and attractions, this exhibit will win the brass ring! Opening July, 2018!

  • “Mail Call” Opening May 9, 2018!

    “Mail Call” Opening May 9, 2018!
    Don't Miss this Smithsonian Exhibit! With our long regional military history, this exhibit is sure to engage the visitor, and increase understanding of how letters from home and letters from the front were so vital to the morale of our soldiers.

  • “Willie Willey, Nature Boy and Goodwill Ambassador”

    “Willie Willey, Nature Boy and Goodwill Ambassador”
    Find out more about this well-known, unforgettable character and why he dressed down, even in winter!

 

 

Don’t miss out! Our Smithsonian exhibit, Mail Call Opens May 9th!

If you would like a printable PDF of this flyer the link is below!

Mail Call Flyer

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Help us bring history to life

We rely on your help to keep us going.

The Spokane Valley Heritage Museum does not receive any direct local or state governmental funding.

Our funding comes from donations, fundraising events and the support of people in our community. Your donations and support help us provide engaging exhibits, larger-than-life restoration projects, and educational programs for visitors.

★ Donate
★ Volunteer
★ Intern
★ Become a member
★ Planned giving
★ Have your business partner with us as a member or sponsor

Support the Museum
Twin Lakes School Field trip to Felts
Opportunity Bank
Opportunity 8th grade
Chester railroad workers

About Us

The history of Spokane Valley comes to life at the museum and on our website. Learn all about the men and women who made it happen, the economy that drove us all forward, and the little stories that meant big things were happening.

He Said

“We are not makers of history. We are made by history.”

~ Martin Luther King