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 he or she will really dig with today's deal: for $11, you get four general admission tickets (a $23 value) to Mobius Kids Children's Museum. Engaging eager kids at every turn, this quality children’s museum promotes learning, playing, and creativity with many hands-on activities and exhibits. Tireless tykes frolic through The Enchanted Forest, home to a tree slide, foam pond, woodland-animal puppets, and feral fairies who just showed up one day and refuse to leave. The soft textures and colors of this area also make it safe and enticing for crawling infants. Geotopia uses interactive water and erosion tables to illustrate the effects of water currents on land. A ceramic tile wall mural showcases 26 species of wildlife native to Spokane, and observation areas let creepy-crawly aficionados get up close to live insects and spiders. Artistic ankle-biters, meanwhile, can paint, draw, and build masterpieces out of art materials and found objects in the Out of Hand Art Studio. Children 12 months and younger get into Mobius Kids for free.
- Mobius Kids is a children's museum featuring hands-on, interactive exhibits, including an authentic Filipino village, an art studio, and a stage. – Parenting
- Inside the River Park Square shopping mall, this little children's museum is filled with fun interactive exhibits that will keep your kids entertained for hours. They won't even realize they're learning important scientific principles. Adults have a lot of fun here, too. – Frommer’s
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.
808 W Main Ave.
Spokane, Washington 99201Get Directions