Visit the Bing Crosby House this Holiday Season

Bing Crosby House

Without realizing it, many of us know Bing Crosby’s voice exceedingly well. Crosby is one of the most famous holiday singers of all time, and his rendition of “White Christmas” is the best-selling single of all time, boasting over 50 million sales. His single “Silent Night” also makes this elite list, ranking as the third best-selling single ever with 30 million sales. This holiday season, pay homage to this American favorite by visiting the Bing Crosby House in Spokane, Washington.

The Bing Crosby House was built by the singer’s father and two uncles in 1911. Bing spent his childhood living in the home, and now it stands as a tribute to his memory with its collections. On the main floor, the home presents the Bing Crosby Collection, which includes over 200 items of significance. You can view Bing’s gold records, various trophies and awards, and even the official Academy Award he received in 1944 for his performance in Going My Way.

A visit to the house with the family is the perfect way to shed some light on your favorite Christmas songs and teach your children a bit about America’s top performers of the twentieth century. Admission is free to the public, and the house is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Here at George Gee Buick GMC, we hope your holiday season is both merry and bright.

Looking for a Local Halloween Event? Head to Scarywood Park

Local Halloween Events

The month of October is full of fun stuff to do, but for those looking for a unique local Halloween event unlike anything else, Scarywood Park delivers both the thrills and the chills. Silverwood Park, a popular local attraction in the Coeur d’Alene area, transforms into scary-good fun for the fall season, providing rides, games, and excitement, as well as costumed monsters and various haunted activities.

Open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from September 27th until October 27th, Scarywood Park offers attractions and activities like Silverwood’s signature rides, seven different “scare zones,” and 5 walk-through haunted attractions. For 2018, visitors will have access to the brand-new Pharoah’s Curse haunt, filled with stolen treasures and awakened evils. If that’s not your style, you can head to scare zones like Clown Town or Scarecrow Corner, or even the new Dillusion show!

Ticket prices for this local Halloween event in Silverwood Park vary depending on the day. Prices are most affordable on Thursdays, but Fridays and Saturdays have longer hours. Scarywood Park is not recommended for children under 12. Whether you’re coming with friends, family, or bringing a date, this event is sure to be a great time for everyone – if they’re brave enough, that is.

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