- TripBuzz found 26 things to do indoors in the Conneaut area. From El Camp Lanes to Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum, Conneaut offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 28 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 26 different types of things to do inside in or near Conneaut, Ohio. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Winery/Vineyard, History Museums, Bowling and Arts Centers.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Conneaut, and 18 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Geneva, Ashtabula, Erie and Geneva on the Lake.
The Johnson-Shaw Stereoscopic Museum offers a glimpse into the nostalgic interest of stereoscopic 3D photography. Major exhibitions are held each year, along with a range of social events. Schools, tour groups, and patrons are encouraged to visit.
Nestled among the trees and their vineyard, Grand River Cellars is your choice for delicious ice wine and a meal. If you aren't looking for something to eat, just enjoy the wine-tasting in the cozy atmosphere of their tasting room.
Visitors can join a public skating session to enjoy recreational skating at the indoor rink of Meadville Area Recreation Complex. The complex regularly hosts arts and craft shows, as well as other festivals.
Starting out as a distributor of wine making supplies and equipment, Presque Isle Wine Cellars opened their family-owned and operated winery in 1969. There are amenities for hosting weddings and private events, as well as wine tastings.
Located in the heart of Pennsylvania's grape growing region is Penn Shore Winery. The winery is one of the longest running and established wineries in the state, offering an extensive wine selection that includes an array of vintage labels, sparkling varietals and specialty wines.
As a bowling alley, North East Bowling Lanes hosts open bowling sessions and organizes tournaments for the community. The alley has a concession stand that serves pizza, including a special discount for families.
Originally opened in 1956, the Lake Shore Railway Museum is located in what was once the New York Central Railroad passenger depot. The museum maintains a collection of classic locomotives and other railroad artifacts and memorabilia.