- TripBuzz found 547 things to do indoors in the Bellflower area. From William & Jane Bristol Auditorium to Bellflower Theatre Company, Bellflower offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 241 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 78 different types of things to do inside in or near Bellflower, California. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Music Venue, Specialty Museums and Movie Theaters.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Bellflower, and 543 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Ana and Beverly Hills.
Located near Seal Beach, the Red Car Museum showcases train history and the rare, Pacific Electric tower car. Visitors can view train memorabilia and see artifacts of the region's culture and indigenous peoples.
Located in Seal beach for more than 23 years, Hennessey's Seal Beach Tavern is an Irish themed pub featuring burgers and beer. Open for breakfast, this dining and drinking establishment offers daily specials, happy hour, themed weeknights, and weekend specials.
Featuring unique beach-themed pieces of art, The Picture Show offers seaside, tiki and 'surf' decorative pieces, many created by local and new artists. Some of the art contains vintage depictions or honors Dia de Los Muertos, and framing is available.
Clancy's in Seal Beach is a fun place to be for those looking for a place to relax with friends and enjoy a few drinks. Patrons enjoy watching sporting events, chatting with friendly bartenders, or simply people watching.
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Founded in 1988, the International Printing Museum in Carson, California is a non-profit organization that features antique printing machinery. Classes in book arts and letterpress printing are featured at the facility as well.
At The International Printing Museum, visitors can browse a collection of antique printing tools and artifacts. The museum hosts variety of printing themed events that are open to the public, including annual printing fairs and monthly workshops.
A classic-style bowling alley, Gardena Bowling Center offers a video arcade, a pool room, and a pro shop. Their restaurant and lounge serves a variety of Japanese and Hawaiian dishes, as well as American fare.