- TripBuzz found 57 things to do indoors in the Chesapeake Beach area. From Bruce 'Snake' Gabrielson's Surf Art Gallery & Museum to The Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum, Chesapeake Beach offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 127 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 63 different types of things to do inside in or near Chesapeake Beach, Maryland. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Museum, Specialty Museums, Theaters and Movie Theaters.
- There are 2 indoor activities in Chesapeake Beach, and 55 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Annapolis, St. Michaels, Bowie and Prince Frederick.
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2608 Mitchellville Rd, Bowie, MD MoreLess Info
The National Capital Radio and Television Museum shows visitors a chronological history of receivers used by radio listeners and television watchers over the years. Docent-guided, one-hour tours are offered. Open Fridays through Sundays. Admission is free.
Featuring a permanent exhibit, Annapolis Maritime Museum is filled with artifacts detailing the ecological and maritime history of the region. The museum hosts special events like a summer concert series, art exhibits, and lectures.
A traditional bowling center with 32 lanes, AMF Waldorf Lanes offers open and league bowling with an on-site pro shop. The center also provides a snack bar with food and drinks, arcade games and a bar with televisions.
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7201 Old Alexandria Ferry Rd, Unit 1B-2B, Clinton, MD 20735 MoreLess Info
As a gymnastics facility, Clinton Gymnastics Academy provides visitors with equipment like bars, beams, and vaults to practice on. On Friday nights the academy has activities such as crafts and gym time for ages 3 to 10.
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2745 Old Washington Road, Waldorf, MD 20601 MoreLess Info
The goal of Elite Gymnastics & Academy of Dance is to instill a sense of self-worth, confidence, and accomplishment in young athletes. The non-profit organization has a competitive gymnastics team.
The Mary Surratt House Museum was originally constructed in 1852, and was the farm home of John and Mary Surratt. The house has since been a restaurant, hotel, and tavern, as well as a Confederate safe house.
Get a history lesson at Banneker-Douglas Museum, the State of Maryland's official museum of African-American heritage. Exhibits, programs and projects help paint a picture of this rich cultural heritage. Admission is free.