- TripBuzz found 20 things to do indoors in the Charleston area. From Charleston Town Center Mall to Charleston Civic Center, Charleston offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 19 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 23 different types of things to do inside in or near Charleston, West Virginia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Music Venue, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Ballets.
- There are 17 indoor activities in Charleston, and 3 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: South Charleston and Nitro.
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Beginning at a designated starting point, groups of two, four, or six use smartphones to explore the city, searching for hidden objects
At the Charleston Town Center Mall, shoppers find a three-story mall with space for 130 stores and a 10-vendor food court. The mall hosts several special events each year including an Elephant Bath, hosting Disney characters, and fashion shows.
Guests find five different areas at the Charleston Civic Center. The 30,000 square foot Coliseum can seat 13,500, the 50,086 square foot Grand Hall, the Municipal Auditorium with a stage and seating for 3,483 people, the Little Theater with seating for 738 people, and 17 meeting rooms.
Over 12,000 square feet of hands-on science fun for children is found at the Avampato Discovery Museum within Clay Center. Four permanent galleries include Milton Gardner's Earth City, Mylan Exploreatory, Health Royale and Kidspace.
Visitors to the State Museum within the Cultural Center find the history of the state of West Virginia in culture, art, paleontology, archaeology and geology throughout the state. Visitors can follow a path throughout the museum that allows them to follow the state's history in order.
The Cultural Center contains the West Virginia State Museum displaying the history of West Virginia throughout time laid out along a path so visitors can easily follow what happened in order. The building also contains the state's reference libraries, and a live-performance theater.
Built in the traditional Georgian colonial architectural style, the West Virginia Governorâ€™s Mansion was initially constructed in 1924. The mansion welcomes visitors for guided tours on Thursday and Friday mornings.
Housed in a converted historic church, the Charleston Light Opera Guild presents a variety of musical and theatrical programs in its intimate 225-seat theater. They host open auditions, and maintain a summer program to develop young talent.
A cinema multiplex that offers all stadium seating, Park Place Stadium Cinemas offers eleven auditoriums showing first-run films with digital video and sound. The theater also features an extensive refreshment selection and seats that rock.