The Spokane Valley Heritage Museum is temporarily closed

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To Our Community:

The Spokane Valley Heritage Museum is temporarily closed to the public due to the increasing number of Covid Cases in Spokane County.  It is our sincere goal to keep our volunteers and the public safe.  We will post information about when we will reopen as soon as that information is available.  
Photo and research request orders are still welcome. Please contact the museum for assistance with those requests or any other inquiries. 
We will continue to work on new exhibits, archiving photos and preserving our community history and look forward to continue to serve our community.

Remembering Bert Porter

Bert Porter

With hearts that are heavy, but also full of gratitude, we say farewell to one of the Spokane Valley Museum’s family and a long time advocate and supporter of the Museum. Read More

Share Your COVID-19 Story

The Spokane Valley Museum is launching a project to engage the community in assisting with our effort to collect and preserve the impact of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) on our community. Read More

Leaving Soon the Spokane Sun God Exhibit

Don’t miss out on one of the many daring and death-defying stories of aviation! Come see the pioneers of the first nonstop transcontinental round-trip flight.

Discover the Legacy of Regional History!

Upcoming Exhibits

“Early Regional History, Spokane Valley & Spokane’s Divergent Cultures” – March 2020
“Exciting the Air Waves, 100 years of Radio” – Coming Soon

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.