Explore a timeless neighborhood in Spokane

Jeff Halstead

Great art and architecture converge at the Northwest Museum ofArts & Culture (the MAC), set in Browne's Addition, one ofSpokane's prettiest, most historic neighborhoods. Running throughMay 15, An Impressionist Eye features works by Degas, Monet,Pissarro, and Renoir.

The neighborhood itself is museum-quality, thanks to its wealthof historic mansions―many of them built with mining andreal-estate fortunes during the late 1890s. Pick up HistoricBrowne's Addition Neighborhood ($1) at the museum store to guideyour exploration of the 30-room Campbell House and more than 30other homes.

End the day at the 1891 Queen Anne-style Fotheringham HouseB&B. And try breakfast or lunch at the Cannon St. Grill.

Browne's Addition

The MAC (closed Mon; $7; www.northwestmuseum.orgor 509/456-3931); Cannon St. Grill ($; closed Mon; 509/456-8660);Fotheringham House B&B (from $95; www.fotheringham.net or509/838-1891)

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