- TripBuzz found 8 things to do indoors in the Escanaba area. From Bonifas Art Gallery to Bowl-A-Rama, Escanaba offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 22 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 19 different types of things to do inside in or near Escanaba, Michigan. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Winery/Vineyard.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Escanaba, and 2 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Washington Island.
The William Bonifas Fine Arts Center is an art gallery dedicated to enhancing and inspiring the cultural and creative lives of those who visit. The gallery offers art exhibits, educational opportunities, artistic performances, and special events.
100% 59 votes
16 Water Plant Road, Escanaba, MI 49829 MoreLess Info
Delta County Historical Museum maintains a permanent collection of memorabilia and artifacts relating to local industries, including the logging and railroad industries. It also features a collection of antique clothing.
Both natural and historical artifacts from the local region are on display at the Jacobsen Museum. The site also holds a restored 1930 log cabin owned by Jens Jacobsen which contains authentic furniture inside the building.
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1875 Main Road, Washington Island, WI 54246 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy recreational facility with a pool table, ping pong table, and a 60 foot long recreational pool at Washington Island Recreation Center. The center offers open swimming, swim lessons, and other aquatics programs.
87% 23 votes
1799 Main Road, Washington Island, WI 54246 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1965, the Washington Island Art & Nature Center is a non-profit organization promoting education about art and nature. Visitors commonly enjoy viewing art from local artists as well as learning about local wildlife and natural history.
85% 34 votes
1675 Jackson Harbor Road, Washington Island, WI 54246 MoreLess Info
The Washington Island Farm Museum gives visitors a chance to learn about the history of farming. Admission is free with optional donations accepted, and there are interactive activities such as animal feeding and weaving demonstrations.