- TripBuzz found 9 things to do indoors in the Lanark area. From Lanark & District Museum to Carleton Place Town Hall, Lanark offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 11 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 11 different types of things to do inside in or near Lanark, Ontario. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Historic Sites, Pubs and Clothing Stores.
- There is 1 indoor activity in Lanark, and 8 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Carleton Place, Almonte and Delta and Carleton Place, Almonte and Delta.
Open from Victoria Day weekend to Thanksgiving weekend, the Lanark & District Museum is the home of various artifacts and exhibits that detail the history of the Lanark Highlands. The location also has a genealogical reference library.
At Carleton Place Town Hall, guests can contact a variety of local government organizations, including Community Services, Protective Services, and Development Services. Visitors can also learn about the town's by-laws and town policies at this location.
C Style Fashions sells a variety of women's fashion items and accessories in vintage and rockabilly styles, including hoodies, cardigans, dresses, leggings, purses, and jewelry. Men who visits this location can also find a variety of t-shirts and hoodies available for purchase.
100% 3 votes
267 Edmund Street, Carleton Place, Ontario MoreLess Info
At the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum, guests can see over 10,000 artifacts, including three-dimensional objects, related to the history of the site. The location also hosts picnics and storytelling nights
Guests can purchase a variety of products at The Real Wool Shop, including men's and women's clothing, bedding, rugs, and slippers. The location also sells a variety of body products, including lanolin lotions and soaps.
Designated a national historic site, the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum explores Canada's textile industry. The museum features exhibits from the early mill history and machinery to cottage industry and modern fiber art.
100% 14 votes
46 King St, Delta, Ontario MoreLess Info
A relic from the 1800s industrial era, the Old Stone Mill National Historic Site in Delta is home to Swain turbines, roller mills as well as buhr millstones. One can also buy some souvenirs at its gift shop.
100% 7 votes
412 Gillies Grove Road, Arnprior, Ontario MoreLess Info
A forested edge of the Ottawa River contains the Gillies Grove and House National Historic Site of Canada. This interwar period country estate brims with white pine about the grounds, marking a direct relationship with the McLachlins and the Gillies, the most two illustrious Valley forest industry families.