- TripBuzz found 249 things to do indoors in the Fairfax area. From Bowl America Fairfax to National Firearms Museum, Fairfax offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 163 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 66 different types of things to do inside in or near Fairfax, Virginia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Bowling, Arts & Crafts Classes and Arts Centers.
- There are 14 indoor activities in Fairfax, and 235 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Bethesda, Washington, Leesburg and Gaithersburg.
601 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230 MoreLess Info
The Maryland Science Center in Baltimore comprises of a planetarium, an observatory and a hands-on exhibit featuring dinosaur skeletons, scientific demonstrations, astronomical exhibits and more.
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95 Chester Street, Front Royal, VA 22630 MoreLess Info
Owned and operated by the United Daughters of the Confederacy Warren Rifles Chapter, the Warren Rifles Confederate Museum looks into the Civil War and daily life in the Confederacy. Relics and records of this time in history are included in the collection.
Guests of the 1st Mariner Arena will be able to watch a wide variety of musical performances from artists like Slipknot and The Black Keys. Additionally, the location also hosts events like Disney on Ice and the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
1415 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21250 MoreLess Info
Located in a restored oyster cannery, the Baltimore Museum of Industry explores the history of industry in the city over the past 100 years. There are several interactive exhibits and an extensive gift shop.
Built using a Beaux-Arts architecture style in the early 1900s, Hippodrome Theatre serves as a performing arts venue that hosts musicals, concerts, and more. The interior of the theater features a mural with characters from Greek mythology.
One of the oldest markets in the United States is the Lexington Market which was founded in 1782. It currently occupies the original site of the historic market and continues to draw in countless vendors regularly.
Opening in 1960, and designed by Benjamin C. Thompson, the two shopping plazas at Harborplace and the Gallery are known as Pratt Street Pavilion and the Light Street Pavilion, while the Gallery is operated across the street. Visitors find many restaurants and shops there that sell Maryland specific merchandise.