- TripBuzz found 390 things to do indoors in the Elmhurst area. From Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art to York Theatre, Elmhurst offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 194 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 62 different types of things to do inside in or near Elmhurst, Illinois. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Family Fun Center, Trampoline Parks, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Elmhurst, and 384 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Chicago, Evanston, Oak Park and Aurora.
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Master Jounghyun Park leads a school dedicated to teaching self-defense skills while promoting physical and mental fitness
The Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art is located in Wilder Park in Elmhurst, Illinois. Home to exhibits of modern and antique gemstones, the facility also features earth science displays. The design of the museum building replicates a jewelry box.
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There's something for everyone at The HUB at Berens Park, including four batting cages, an 18-hole miniature golf course, a water play area and playground equipment. Also available are five lighted ball diamonds and two football/soccer fields.
Ranging from murder mysteries to Shakespeare plays, Greenman Theatre Troupe features a group of talented local actors in theatrical productions. The community theater offers an assortment of acting classes and workshops from professional actors.
An entertainment center, Sky Zone Elmhurst features trampoline-related activities including open jumping, dodgeball, slam dunk basketball, a foam pit and fitness classes. The center also offers private party hosting and a snack bar with food and drinks.
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Consisting of 7 acres of land, Crestview Park is a regional park filled with playgrounds, baseball fields, tennis courts, and more. During the winter, the park has a sledding hill for kids to sled down.
The Stardust Bowl offers 84 lanes, typically enough to accommodate both league bowlers as well as smaller groups. In operation for over 50 years, Stardust offers shoe rentals and has a full restaurant and bar as well as an arcade.
Scatterbrained Art Gallery which features underground and stenciled art is the brain-child of artist Jeff Gorski, who got his start painting on broken skate boards. The art gallery supports local emerging artists by hosting their work and selling paint supplies.
Pinstripes is an Oak Brook bistro that features bocce and bowling. Gluten-free cuisine, flatbreads and housemade pastas are among the featured entrees. The facility hosts school field trips that teach children about the games of bowling and bocce too.
The Addison Historical Society which owns and runs the Addison Historical Museum was originally formed in 1974. The history of the local area is collected, preserved, and put on display within the multiple museum exhibits.