- TripBuzz found 21 things to do indoors in the King City area. From King Township Museum to Aurora Cultural Centre, King City offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 23 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 32 different types of things to do inside in or near King City, Ontario. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Theaters, Spas and Family Fun Center.
- There is 1 indoor activity in King City, and 20 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Alliston, Brampton, Aurora and Caledon.
The King Township Museum features a variety of items related to the history of the township, including clothing, household items, and books. Additionally, the location also operates youth activities during the summer.
The Aurua Cultural Center is a place focused on allowing visitors to indulge in various programs based in art, music, and cultural heritage. For a fee, visitors can take classes to hone their skills in various creative disciplines.
Tourists and locals alike in the York region frequently visit 'Aw Shucks', a seafood bar and bistoury that offers fine dining and an international selection of wines. The oysters are what many patrons deem to be the most noteworthy aspect of the restaurant.
89% 9 votes
15372 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario MoreLess Info
There are over 16,000 artifacts cataloging local heritage history at the Aura Historical Society. The Hillary house is a piece of Gothic Revival architecture that's been recognized by the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board, and it can be rented out for special events.
100% 1 votes
275 Glasgow Rd. | Bolton, Bolton, Caledon, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Serenity On The Humber Day Spa offers several services to its customers, including specialty manicure treatments and detox body scrubs. Men can also receive treatment for their razor bumps.
71% 7 votes
20091 Woodbine Avenue, East Gwillimbury, Ontario MoreLess Info
The spacious Queensville Antique Mall on Woodbine is home to over 115 antique vendors. Items range from vintage furnishings to retro memorabilia. The antique mall boasts creative ways to upcycle everyday items found in their establishment.
With tennis courts and a curling facility, the Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park offers guests the opportunity to play sports and exercise. Children can also play on the mini-putt golf course and visit the petting zoo.
The South Simcoe Theatre regularly hosts a variety of performances which have included Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and That December Show: A Christmas Carol. Guests are invited to audition for parts in the performances.
St. Michael the Archangel is a gothic, stone church established in 1827 and built in 1887. As the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Ontario, the church was destroyed by a fire in 1904, but immediately rebuilt and opened the same year.
Home of the CHL's Brampton Beast, the multi-purpose arena features purple seating, private suites, and club seating. Visitors can access the location's sports hall of fame, which celebrates exceptional Brampton athletes, builders, teams, and veterans.