- TripBuzz found 76 things to do indoors in the Chesapeake area. From Signet Bowling to AMF Chesapeake Lanes, Chesapeake offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 50 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 39 different types of things to do inside in or near Chesapeake, Virginia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Bowling, Trampoline Parks and Arcades.
- There are 13 indoor activities in Chesapeake, and 63 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Norfolk, Hampton, Portsmouth and Newport News.
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Hoffler Street, Elizabeth City, NC 27909 MoreLess Info
The Elizabeth City State University Planetarium serves to increase awareness of the sciences in the community. The planetarium features a hemispherical dome and seating capacity of 60 for a variety of light and star shows and educational programming.
Lee Hall Mansion is one of the last remaining antebellum homes on the Virginia Peninsula. The home has been restored to its mid-Victorian glory and allows visitors to learn about the time period and lives of the affluent people who lived in the region during the time.
Featuring the work of local artisans, The Gallery at York Hall showcases pottery, jewelry, and other handmade crafts. The owner regularly offers tours of the museum, providing background information for each work of art.
The Watermen's Museum is a waterfront museum exploring the role of the Chesapeake Bay watermen in local history through crafts and tools of the trade. A wooden boat builder's crew works twice weekly at the site.
Managed by horse lovers, the Wild Horse Museum offers exhibits and displays dedicated to the protection and preservation of Wild Spanish Mustangs. Youth and interactive activities are also featured to enhance the experience.
At its heart the Gull Hummock Gourmet Market is a place for individuals to eat local cuisine. There are regular tastings of wine, artisan chocolates, cheeses, and breads while the store itself also has local artwork for sale.
78% 559 votes
Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, VA 23187 MoreLess Info
The King's Arms Tavern is an historic 18th-Century building now home to a restaurant and bar where servers in period costume also act as guides to local Colonial history. Nightly entertainment includes live music of the period.