Scientists agree that children are our future, which is why most children are sealed in time capsules with a flashlight and a stack of magazines. Give a child something they will really dig with today's Groupon: for $11, you get four general-admission tickets to Mobius Kids Children's Museum (up to a $23 value).
Mobius Kids Children's Museum inspires curiosity and creativity in little learners through hands-on science, arts, and cultural-education exhibits and activities. Toddlers and infants can crawl through The Enchanted Forest's soft underbrush, gently glide down a tree slide into the foam pond's bright colors, and happily clap for Civil War reenactments performed by the forest's woodland-animal puppets. Geotopia's interactive water and erosion tables illustrate the land-sculpting powers of aquatic currents, and an insect and arachnid collection shows off the many legs of stick insect, an African millipede, and a rose-hair tarantula. Costumed entertainers entrance little ones with plays, dances, and semaphore routines at The Globe Theatre, and within the Out of Hand art studio, young minds can unleash their inner artists by creating masterpieces with paint and clay. Children 12 months and younger are admitted into the museum for free.
Mobius Children's Museum
Mobius Children's Museum encourages youngsters eight-years-old and younger to broaden their knowledge of the world around them in fun, hands-on educational exhibits. Hands-on is often a child's favorite way to learn about something, so the museum provides tykes with plenty of opportunity to dig into the workings of the world around them first hand. They experience erosion and water currents in scientific exhibits such as Geotopia, while the Out of Hand Art Studio and Globe Theater explore the visual and performing arts. Inside the Wattson's World exhibit, children learn about energy safety and conservation while playing inside a people-sized doghouse. Every exhibit invite parents to play along with their kids for a fun-filled family bonding experience.
offers kids the chance to learn about new lands and cultures, science, community, art, and performing.Angela Brown, About.com
great for all ages with exhibits including a play city, a construction zone, a Globe theater, and a science lab.Amy, Pit Stop for Kids, 6/27/10
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Better for older kids, but still pretty good.”
“During the week around 11:45am is very good time to go if your kids dont take naps its not crowded and pretty quite since all the little ones went home for lunch n nap”
808 W Main Ave.
Spokane, Washington 99201Get Directions