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Mobius Childrens Museum Spokane

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Mobius Childrens Museum
808 W Main Ave
Lower Level
Spokane
WA
99201
Tel: 509 321 7121

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Buzzzz buzzzz - the sound of science can be heard at the Lower Level of River Park Square at 808 W. Main Ave in Spokane!

Where are we going today?

Learning isn't all about sitting in a classroom behind a desk...it's also about getting creative, building, touching, playing and experimenting!

Mobius Children's Museum has a ton of super fun classes and activities for kids to enjoy, where they can really immerse themselves in what they are learning. 

For those little learners aged 2 - 4, there are classes where they get to play and learn with their parents too!

Tweet Tweet!  Is that the sound a bird makes?  Perhaps you will enjoy the class where you learn about birds through making your own bird costume to wear, and building a nest!

Perhaps you like to play with your food?  There you can!  You will use fun food products to create food art!

Arrr ahoy maties!  Walk the plank with your other fellow pirates and make a treasure chest for others to find!

There are a number of events across the year that are always a favorite for kids up to about 9 or 10.  Enjoy building a bridge out of marshmallows and see who can build the tallest or strongest bridge!

Perhaps you want to encounter some sneaky, scaly reptiles?  Or have Halloween fun making your own costumes and crafts? 

There are also specific classes for those homeschoolers aged 4 - 8, where you can get lost in the world of bees, plants and even space!

The museum also offer Summer Camps - which you have to register for because they often sell out quickly!  Dates for the classes and camps vary so make sure you keep and eye out when they will be happening so you don't miss out! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$7
  • Children$7
  • Free Under: 12 months, and members
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Tues - Sat 10am - 5pm

Closed Mondays (Unless specific class) / Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Day, New Years E

Teachers corner

The museum offer field trips for a minimum of 10 paying children (Maximum 125). There are 3 allocated times per day for the trips, and they last 90 minutes..

Any Top Tips?

You can become a member to save you admission on future visits! .

More information

If you want your birthday party held there, they have a number of fun themes and packages to make your day super special - including the prehistorically fun Dino-Mite Dinosaur, and the sweet Fairy Princess Party. .

What people are saying?

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    We have been to other children's museums across the country, and I must say Spokane should be most proud of their Mobius.
    One suggestion I might make would be the addition of a hand washing center prior to entering and leaving the exhibit.... complete with an educational
    placard similar to those displayed so nicely above your other learning/play stations. This station could be done with various sized step stools, educating our youngsters, and the parents, the importance of hand hygiene, especially in today's world.
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    My boyfriend took my 4 year old daughter and I to the Science Center last Monday, and I can't even say enough about it!! My daughter loved the different displays that showed how electricity works, and the interactive ball maze found on the first floor, not to mention the reptile display!! We didn't even make it to the second floor, but with all the displays that showed how hydroelectricity works, and dealing with electricity, and the anatomy displays, it quickly became a fast favorite of my own. The staff that we spoke to were well informed and...Read More

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    Take my grandkids here all the time! We have a family pass and if you plan to go more than once it's a great deal. The science building is the most fun for kids and the adults alike!

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    My children had a great time playing and looking at the different exhibits at this museum. The rotating displays were what they loved the most. It was kind of crowded when we we there, so we didn't get to do everything. We will probably go back.

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    My kids had a blast! Such a great indoor activity for the kids!

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by Richard Hanisch

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We have been to other children's museums across the country, and I must say Spokane should be most proud of their Mobius.
One suggestion I might make would be the addition of a hand washing center prior to entering and leaving the exhibit.... complete with an educational
placard similar to those displayed so nicely above your other learning/play stations. This station could be done with various sized step stools, educating our youngsters, and the parents, the importance of hand hygiene, especially in today's world.
Thank you for the opportunity to comment!

by Evelyn Higgins

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My boyfriend took my 4 year old daughter and I to the Science Center last Monday, and I can't even say enough about it!! My daughter loved the different displays that showed how electricity works, and the interactive ball maze found on the first floor, not to mention the reptile display!! We didn't even make it to the second floor, but with all the displays that showed how hydroelectricity works, and dealing with electricity, and the anatomy displays, it quickly became a fast favorite of my own. The staff that we spoke to were well informed and VERY friendly, and answered any questions we had about membership, reserving for my daughter's upcoming 4th birthday party, and what kind of things we can expect for the Children's Museum.

Definitely worth the $10 to get in, and I will be budgeting for a membership out of my next few paychecks. I would highly recommend this for any parents that love interacting with their children, and just watching their little faces light up when they start comprehending some of the different consequences that science has on their lives.

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