- TripBuzz found 125 things to do indoors in the Leawood area. From TallulahBelle's to Rice Gallery of Fine Art, Leawood offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 63 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 44 different types of things to do inside in or near Leawood, Kansas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Art Gallery, Music Venue and Arts & Crafts Classes.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Leawood, and 118 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Kansas City, Independence, Overland Park and Shawnee.
The Granada Theatre is a theater that has hosted musical performers including Yelawolf, Creature Carnival, and Jeff the Brotherhood. The theater is available to rent for birthday parties, fashion shows, and wedding receptions.
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1047 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, KS MoreLess Info
Watkins Museum is located in Lawrence, Kansas. It is a historical museum which exhibits the rich local and national history. Quntrills Raid's is one of the very interesting pieces of information.
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1000 Massachusetts St, Ste D, Lawrence, KS 66044 MoreLess Info
An activity center for young children, the Laugh Out Loud LOL Family Zone features indoor play areas with jumping and bouncing areas, creative play areas, climbing areas, and dance areas. The facility hosts parties.
A dinner theater, the Paradise Playhouse stages a variety of shows throughout the season, including popular hits. People can buy single tickets or a Flex Pack, which includes 10 tickets that can be used at any of the season's performances.
New Age Skincare Spa is a mother and daughter owned 'Green Spa.' They provide the highest quality skincare services and products. They are specialists in microdermabrasion, Reflexology, Hydro & Thalasso Therapy, Brazilian Waxing, and Chemical Peels. They aim to help people care for their skin.
With fossils from 85 million years ago, a live insect collection, and several other collections, the Museum of Natural History may worth the while for both adults and children, presenting to them the life of the planet.