In this hands-on exhibit, your kids can play and learn about earth science at the same time. They'll experience the effects of water erosion, find out about the region's aquifer system, and see how to affect water currents. Digging for fossils lets them learn about dinosaurs and ancient plant life. Kids will also get a kick out of Geotopia's live insects, such as Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches, an African Millipede, and Leggy Peggy, a Rosehair Tarantula.
Created in memory of Cooper Jones, this exhibit offers a tour of a miniature city and promotes bicycle and traffic safety.
Mobius in Motion
This traveling exhibit space features something different all the time.
The Globe Theater
Creativity is sparked at this stage for impromptu and planned plays, dances, and recitals. Little performers can vamp around with stage flats, lighting, costumes, and musical instruments.
Out-of-Hand Art Studio
This space provides young minds with creative and open-ended visual art exploration. A variety of art materials are provided in The Studio, including paint, chalk, and drawing materials; daily art projects allow children to experiment with other forms of artistic expression.
Even the littlest ones can participate at Mobius. Infants and toddlers can enjoy crawling, climbing, and romping their way through this exhibit, which features a tree slide, a foam pond, and woodland-animal puppets.
Mobius Kids is located in the lower level of River Park Square (808 W. Main Ave.) in downtown Spokane, Washington.