- TripBuzz found 119 things to do indoors in the Barberton area. From The Fast Lane to Lake Cinemas 8, Barberton offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 99 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 49 different types of things to do inside in or near Barberton, Ohio. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Winery/Vineyard.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Barberton, and 114 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Akron, Canton, Medina and North Canton.
The oldest home in Trumbell County, the John Stark Edwards House Museum depicts county life from pioneering days through the 19th century. The house features three floors of exhibits and also houses the Trumbell County Historical Society library.
The Trumbull County Historical Society is an all-volunteer organization that oversees the John Stark Edwards House and Museum. The society requires members to pay dues and participate in societal events.
Founded in the 1957, the Trumbull Art Gallery provides a museum of culture and art with a focus on the local community. Photo shops and seasonal events are featured along with full exhibits done by regional artists.
Recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Kirtland Temple was built in the 1880's by the Latter Day Saints as their 'House of Worship'. Visitors to the temple can take guided tours and learn about and witness the history of this amazing place.
A classically-styled, old-fashioned bowling alley, Crest Lanes offers open bowling as well as league and tournament play. It features equipment rentals, food concessions, and a large party room that can accommodate over 100 people.
The McKinley Birthplace Home is a national memorial to President William McKinley. The memorial is 232 foot by 136 foot and is split into two wings. One wing houses the McKinley Memorial Library and the other houses the McKinley Museum.
Niles Historical Society is a museum consisting of fourteen rooms, many furnished in the 19th and 20th century period. The museum collection has more than 5000 items along with mannequins wearing life size replicas of the White House ladies' gowns.
Visitors to the Elm Road Twin Drive-In are able to view two movies for the single admission price, making it rather popular in the area. A food permit purchased with the admission also lets guests bring food and drinks into the drive-in with them.
Showing first-run, feature films on digital projectors, Regal Cinema provides 14 screens in theaters with stadium seating and assisted listening and descriptive video devices. The theater has concessions with food and drinks as well as a game room.