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!
Observe Newton’s Third Law in action!
These innovative learning areas host hands-on STEAM (STEM + Art) activities with educators, workshops, field trips, and more!
Use bars to magnetically create circuits. How many components can you power? Do you lose power over distance?
Observe translational and angular velocity in action! How many spheres and rings can you simultaneously keep on the spinning disc?
Designed to sharpen problem-solving skills and provide plenty of fun! Try your hand at these challenges and brain twisters. Unravel mathematical conundrums, separate and reassemble, arrange geometric shapes to form new ones, and much more. Use creative thinking and problem solving strategies such as looking for patterns, thinking ahead, setting aside preconceived ideas, and looking at problems from different perspectives.
Bridges & Structures
Use wooden blocks to build! How tall can you build your structure? How far can you span your bridge?
Create art with oscillating motion! Can you create the same pattern twice?
Reptiles & Animals
Meet a number of live animals and explore some amazing reptile characteristics.
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.
David & Martha Jones, Angela Schlegel, and Washington Traffic Safety Commission
Break ground in the dig pit and practice your excavation skills!
Out-of-Hand Art Studio
Make a masterpiece in the art studio. Paint, draw, create and unleash your inner artist!
A friendly zone for little ones three and under, full of soft surfaces and sensory play.
Wattson’s World, where energy conservation and safety is explored
Sort baskets of fruit, make change for your customers, and buy goods using over-sized coins. Kids discover that math is not only practical, but fun!