The Spokane Valley Museum COVID policy
The museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 11am to 4pm. We welcome all to visit! Guidelines include in house visitors of up to 50% of capacity, masks are required and social distancing will be maintained. As many of our volunteers and visitors are seniors, which we are determined to protect, all visitors will be required to wear masks that cover the nose and the mouth. If you have medical reason for not masking up, we ask that you please wait to visit when the threat of Covid has passed. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation.
Due to the rising Covid numbers and out of an abundance of caution, the SVHM is postponing the 17th Annual Heritage Program that was to be held Oct 23rd. We will announce the date when the program is rescheduled.
Discover the Legacy of Regional History!
“Early Regional History, Spokane Valley & Spokane’s Divergent Cultures” – March 2021
Upcoming Public History Programs
“Out of the Gravel, The Legacy of the Land” – Postponed
Welcome to the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
It’s easy to connect to Spokane Valley’s past. We have a large collection of archives and cultural artifacts to help you research local and family history.
Watch the past unfold where it happened. Our tours introduce you to the people and places that made Spokane Valley history.
From apple orchards to the I-90 construction, our photo collection gives you a glimpse at Spokane Valley’s growth throughout the last 100 years.
The Spokane Valley Heritage Museum is the repository for the Heritage of the area East of Havana, West of Post Falls, North to Leone Prairie, and South to Fairfield. We also have the history of Milwood & Liberty Lake.
The Spokane Valley Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, collecting, researching and interpreting historical information and historic sites.