Kids Quest Childrens Museum

(425) 637-8100 | View Website

4091 Factoria Sq Mall SE, Bellevue, WA | Directions   98006

47.574622 -122.170801

Open Hours

Tues - Wed, 10am - 5 pm; Thu - Fri, 10am - 8 pm; Sat, 10am - 5pm; Sun, noon - 5pm; open Mondays in the summer

 
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Reviews for Kids Quest Childrens Museum

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Avoid – I don't know what others are smokin' but this is the WORST children's museum we've ever been too. If you must go, only take toddlers.

Everything else is old, rusted, broken, doesn't work, smells, etc. My 2 boys (5 and 7) were ready to leave after 1 hour.

What a waste of money. Go someplace else!

Terrible!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Excellent for Little Ones – We LOVE this little museum, which is a super clever use of space and more accessible to east siders who would otherwise need to drive into Seattle for a similar experience. Also a great trip for Seattle based folks who are looking for hassle free parking and a change from the hustle and bustle of downtown. The interactive water play area is awesome, just try to tear your kids away!)

Best part is that you can take the tiniest of babies as there is comfortable seating for nursing Mother's and safe and stimulating activities for pre-walkers.

A truly dedicated group of people work hard to make this is an attractive place to spend time with your family. Get the membership, you will use it more than you can imagine!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Nice Activity for Range of Kids – Wheat I like most about Kids Quest is that kids from the rolling over stage to I'd guess 10 years old or so can be entertained here. The little babies can play in the "bird's nest" or sit on their parent's lap and read a book on a chair. There is a wooden train track with trains set up, a tree house, a lot of books, a puppet theatre, little "bird houses" with different sensory activities, a fish tank, a real semi-truck cab to explore, a music area, science experiments, a wooden building block area, and last but not least, a water play area. If you aren't sure, go on a Friday night and it's free and test it out. Granted it's pretty crowded due to the free nature but you can at least get an idea of what it has to offer. Being that it's in the mall there is a lot of parking.

 

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