Apr. 11, 2016 at 8:00am
Good to Grow Capital Campaign Update
Get a peek at the exhibits being built!
KidsQuest Children's Museum has been preparing to move to a new location for many years. The staff, trustees, and volunteers have now raised over $10 million with the help of foundations, organizations, government grants, and individual donors. While the Good to Grow Capital Campaign works to bring in the remaining funds needed to complete this project, our GLY Construction team has started work at the future location!
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Nov. 2, 2015 at 8:00am
Get Involved in KidsQuest Good to Grow!
We Can't Do it Without You!
Good to Grow is raising funds to support KidsQuest's relocation from Factoria to downtown Bellevue in Fall 2016. KidsQuest is raising more than $12 million for the purchase and development of the former Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art.Read more →
Feb. 6, 2015 at 2:56pm
Hands on History
Eastside Heritage Center provides hands-on history experiences as part of KidsQuest Children’s Museum’s $1 Third Thursdays every month from November through April. Make sure to also join us for our next few hands-on history programs, "The Log Cabin Experience" Thursday February 19th, and "Remembering the Past, Looking to the Future: Personal Time Capsules" on Thursday, March 19th. These programs are made possible through the support of 4Culture. Read more →
Mar. 18, 2013 at 2:22pm
What is a kid kit?
A kid kit is a staff led activity designed to increase staff and visitor engagement. These fun and educational activities allow our staff to explore a wide variety of important early learning concepts while using interesting tools and materials (and having a really good time).
KidsQuest staff tries to do at least three kid kits every day because we love getting the opportunity to interact with our visitors in fun and educational ways. Read more →
Apr. 11, 2012 at 9:25am
Why I Love NanoDays
An expert tells us what exactly is so great about nanotechnology (and KidsQuest!)
Children are often told they are too small to do or understand things, but children have an amazing power: they can show adults a different way of viewing the world. Nanoscience, the science of the small, is changing the way scientists and engineers view the world too. At this scale, the materials we see and use every day have vastly different properties. They can change color, become water resistant, or conduct electricity. Nanotechnology utilizes these new properties to create new products and improve materials we use every day like computers, electronics, medicine, cosmetics, and clothing.Read more →
Jun. 24, 2011 at 1:14pm
It's Always Sunny at KidsQuest
It's finally summer!
Summer is special here at KidsQuest, and a time when we get to do all sorts of things at the museum that we don't do during the school year. Here are some highlights:Read more →