- TripBuzz found 21 things to do indoors in the Beaumont area. From Art Museum of Southeast Texas to Crossroads Bowling Center, Beaumont offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 12 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 13 different types of things to do inside in or near Beaumont, Texas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Bowling, Specialty Museums and Family Fun Center.
- There are 16 indoor activities in Beaumont, and 5 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Port Arthur.
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Professional dirt cars take the speed and acceleration of asphalt racing and combine it with the sideways thrills of drifting
Acquiring artwork for its permanent collection since 1950, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, has grown to include more than 1,000 pieces. The museum's primary focus is on 19th to 21st century American fine and folk art.
Located inside the historic 1927 Central Fire Station, the Fire Museum of Texas preserves and celebrates the rich history of fire fighting and fire safety and prevention. Visitors can view a large collection of fire trucks and equipment, experience the fire truck driving simulator and much more.
Located downtown, Jefferson Theatre hosts a variety of entertaining performances. The facility is well-maintained, and offers a nostalgic experience with ornate details and comfortable seating. Its notable architecture also makes this an enjoyable landmark for performance fans.
The John Jay French House Museum is a historical museum focused on depicting the life of a prosperous pioneer family in the mid eighteen hundreds. Attractions include various historical memorabilia, the John Jay French House itself, and guided tours.
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Colorado Canyon is the perfect combination of indoor and outdoor fun for kids of all ages. Featuring two mini golf courses, trampoline area, and arcade games, this is where every child wants to have a birthday party.
Dedicated to celebrating the science and history of the oil industry, the Texas Energy Museum, tells the story of petroleum from its discovery through today. Visitors will learn about the first oil boom at Spindletop to how it is refined for use through exhibits and multi-media presentations.