- TripBuzz found 19 things to do indoors in the Evansville area. From Willard Library to Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, Evansville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 22 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 27 different types of things to do inside in or near Evansville, Indiana. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Family Fun Center, Bowling, Casinos and Movie Theaters.
- There are 13 indoor activities in Evansville, and 6 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Henderson and New Harmony.
Dream Drive Exotics Evansville MoreLess Info
Participants test their driving skills on a track filled with twists and turns during this autocross experience
Eastown Recreation Center is a bowling alley and recreation center. Attractions and available activities include bowling, several bowling leagues for various ages and skill levels, bowling tournaments, and an in-house pizzeria.
40% 5 votes
1496 S Hart Street Rd, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
The AMC Showeplace Vincennes 8 Theatre features stadium seating, theatre rentals, and digital projection. The accessibility options include closed captioning, audio description services, assisted listening devices, and wheelchair access. Refreshments are available at this location.
The Indiana Military Museum contains artifacts that encompass the history of the American military. Along with its regular exhibit, the museum hosts traveling artifacts from various collections around the country.
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Ouabache Trail Park, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
Knox County Parks & Recreation Dept is home to wildlife and plant life preserves, campgrounds, fishing, and naturalist activities. The parks offer trails in naturally wooded areas along with hiking, mountain biking, wildflower walks, volleyball, basketball, archery, horseshoes and photography.
Visitors can view a large collection of rare documents and artifacts that date back to 1319 at the Old Cathedral Library & Museum. The the oldest library in Indiana, it features prehistoric stone tools and Abraham Lincoln's campaign banner.
98% 81 votes
3 West Scott Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
With its construction completed in 1804, the Grouseland (William Henry Harrison Mansion) became the first brick house in Indiana and is now included in the National Historic Landmark. Also serving as a fortress, this was the Indiana Territory Government Center.
As the original home of former U.S. president, William Henry Harrison, Grouseland is an estate that can be toured by visitors year round. The estate contains artifacts and memorabilia from the president's life and political campaigns.
100% 55 votes
20 Red Skelton Boulevard Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy brings the comedic craft of Red Skelton to the public. Visitors can experience interactive exhibits, watch classic comedy clips, and enjoy live performances at the center's performing arts theater.
Creole Lanes is a family owned and operated bowling center with 44 bowling lanes that are equipped with programmable bumpers for children and special needs clients. Creole Lanes also offers a restaurant, lounge, game room, and Pro Shop.