- TripBuzz found 123 things to do indoors in the Boulder area. From Leanin' Tree Museum of Western Art to Avery Brewing Company, Boulder offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 90 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 49 different types of things to do inside in or near Boulder, Colorado. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Family Fun Center, Dinner Theaters, Movie Theaters and Music Venue.
- There are 15 indoor activities in Boulder, and 108 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Golden, Longmont, Arvada and Denver.
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Teller Street Gallery is an art gallery and gift boutique featuring artwork by notable local artists, as well as select national and international artists. The gallery also hosts various special events and several art classes.
Staffed by experienced and trained gymnasts, Lake's Gymnastics Academy offers individual and group instruction in gymnastics, tumbling, and cheerleading for students of all ages. The school also offers karate lessons and dance classes.
Located in the center of a mall, Mall Jump has two inflatable trampolines for kids to jump on. The kids are secured with bungee ropes so that they are free to jump to their heart's content in a safe environment.
Lively and fun, visitors to Denver can enjoy live bands and musical entertainment at the Grizzly Rose almost every night of the week. A down home, country ambiance, there is also dancing, a Western menu and full-service bar.
Mother Cabrini Shrine is a memorial erected in the memory of Mother Cabrini who established the order of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The site includes a statue of Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Stone House which hosts summer camps and prayer gatherings.
Dedicated to preserving, recording, and disseminating the history of Adams County, Pennsylvania, the Adams County Historical Society maintains extensive archives of photographs, genealogical records, and official documents to aid researchers.
A historic American Indian Post, the Eagle Plume is off the beaten path and reeks of age old secrets and tales. It was first established in 1917 and currently it displays contemporary and historic pieces like beadworks, sculptures, ceramics, basketry, textiles and jewelry.