Children's museums keep kids out of regular museums, where they could knock over antiquities or see a bathing lady for the first time. Use your outdoor voice indoors with this Groupon.
$12 for General Admission for Four ($24 Value)
Open Tuesday through Sunday, excepting major holidays, the museum invites kids to explore science, art, and culture through interactive exhibits. Tykes create their own masterpieces in the Out-of-Hand Art Studio, and the Globe Theater gives them a chance to experience a real stage with costumes, lights, and backdrops. Geotopia focuses on the scientific relationship between wind, water, and weather in our global ecosystem, while Cooper’s Corner re-creates a city in miniature to help kids learn about traffic laws and safety.
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.
93% of 324 customers recommend
“Great place for pre-school aged children. The boys had an awesome time!”
“Definitely recommend buying a groupon for möbius anytime it is available. It is really fun and there are lots of things to do, but the regular price is pretty...”
“Definitely recommend buying a groupon for möbius anytime it is available. It is really fun and there are lots of things to do, but the regular price is pretty expensive if you have multiple kids as you have to pay for adults as well.”
“Do much fun for kids!”