Bing Crosby House


The immortal Bing Crosby donated a comprehensive collection of his recordings and paraphernalia to alma mater Gonzaga University, and many of these items are displayed in this museum housed in his childhood home (now part of the university campus).

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1. Gonzaga University

0.19 MILES

Founded in 1887 by the Jesuit order, Gonzaga University is famous for its college basketball team and one particularly celebrated former student: the…

2. Jundt Art Museum

0.27 MILES

In the university art center at the end of Pearl St is this museum housing a good collection of classical sculpture and painting, as well as an 18ft…

3. Pavilion

0.87 MILES

The kitschy Pavilion is a small amusement park in summer and an ice rink in winter. At the time of research it was part of the section of Riverfront that…

4. Riverfront Park

0.91 MILES

The site of the 1974 World's Fair and Exposition, this downtown park has numerous highlights, including a 17-point Sculpture Walk and the scenic Spokane…

5. Clock Tower

0.94 MILES

In the center of Riverfront Park, the 151ft clock tower has become the city's signature sight and was originally part of a railway depot built in 1902.

6. Radio Flyer Wagon

0.98 MILES

The largest Radio Flyer wagon in the world, this 12ft-high sculpture in the park is great fun for kids to climb on.

7. Looff Carousel

1.02 MILES

Like a relic from an old-fashioned fairground, this 1909 hand-carved carousel is a kids' classic and, along with the larger-than-life Radio Flyer Wagon…

8. Spokane Falls

1.04 MILES

The Upper and Lower Falls of the Spokane River, conveniently located right downtown, are not only visually impressive but also quite refreshing in summer,…