You can rent the beautiful D.C Corbin house that is the 

the Corbin Art Center

For more information call 509.625.6677

 

Rentals are scheduled by the Spokane Park Dept. Call or click on the link at the bottom of the page for the SPRD website. The facility is wheelchair accessible with a designated wheelchair parking area.

     

Situated on Seventh Avenue in the Marycliff/Cliff Park National Register Historic District, the historic D.C. Corbin House is listed on the local, state and national Historic Registers. The House and its grounds are east of the Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens in Edwidge Woldson Park.

Designed as a home, it has a capacity of about 8o people on the main floor. The first floor features a vestibule, foyer, the original formal and informal parlors and dining room, an ornate staircase to the second floor and a kitchen.The exterior features an impressive 3/4 wrap-around veranda with panoramic views of Spokane.

 

 There is a small,  pretty garden above the home with a path that leads past the Castle Turret playhouse  to the Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens.

 

 
The perfect shady spot for vows!
The historic Corbin House has the perfect shady porch for wedding vows and important toasts (and a possible dry place  in case it rains).
The Rose Arbor and Perennial Garden
 

     To rebuild the rose Arbor Walkway, the photos from 1912 were carefully examined and the local woodworkers followed every detail beautifully. There are always climbing roses and perennials in bloom to make a romantic backdrop for your photos. The Mask of Pan spouts a continual melody water.