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Exhibits

Scroll down to explore our most popular hands-on exhibits. 

A mix of the play-based exhibits from the former children’s museum and inquiry-based exhibits from the former science center are now combined to make Mobius Discovery Center

EXHIBITS

Scroll down to explore our most popular hands-on exhibits. A mix of the play-based exhibits from the former children’s museum and inquiry-based exhibits from the former science center are now combined to make Mobius Discovery Center


Check out this sneak peek of Mobius made by City of Spokane’s CityCable5!
Secrets of Bees
Secrets of Bees

Explore the buzz about bees while observing a hive, see what fruits and veggies are pollinated by bees, and make a life cycle of a bee. Fly into a giant beehive and learn the roles a queen bee, worker bee, or drone bee! Visitors big and small can dress like a beekeeper, practice extracting honey, and use the proper tools to make and sell honey at the farmer’s market.

Learn why bees are so important and what we can do to save them!

Bubbles!
Bubbles!

Experiment with pulling the bubble bar up quickly or slowly. Try to see how big or how many bubbles you can make in this fan-favorite exhibit!

The Eye Clinic
The Eye Clinic

“SEE” what it’s like to be a patient at an eye clinic. Test your vision, study the anatomy of an eye, try on glasses, and practice being an optometrist by giving an eye exam!


SPONSORED BY:
Bottle Rockets
Bottle Rockets

Observe Newton’s Third Law in action!

STEAM Labs
STEAM Labs

These innovative learning areas host hands-on STEAM (STEM + Art) activities with educators, workshops, field trips, and more!


SPONSORED BY:
Bridges & Structures
Bridges & Structures

Use wooden blocks to build! How tall can you build your structure? How far can you span your bridge?

Harmonograph
Harmonograph

Create art with oscillating motion! Can you create the same pattern twice?

Reptiles & Animals
Reptiles & Animals

Meet a number of live animals and explore some amazing reptile characteristics.


SPONSORED BY:

Evergreen Reptiles

Cooper’s Corner
Cooper's Corner

Learn about traffic and bicycle safety! The road sharing exhibit is named in memory of Cooper Jones, a 13-year-old Spokane boy killed during a sanctioned bike race in 1997.


SUPPORTED BY:
David & Martha Jones, Angela Schlegel, and Washington Traffic Safety Commission


SPONSORED BY:
Super Dig
Super Dig

Break ground in the dig pit and practice your excavation skills!

H20 FLOW
H20 FLOW