- TripBuzz found 428 things to do indoors in the Long Beach area. From Aquarium of the Pacific to Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center, Long Beach offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 234 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 77 different types of things to do inside in or near Long Beach, California. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Dinner Theaters, Aquariums, Comedy Clubs and Movie Theaters.
- There are 13 indoor activities in Long Beach, and 415 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Los Angeles, Santa Ana, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills.
Chuggin Brews Inland Empire MoreLess Info
Live performances by artists Sammy J, The Expanders, E.N Young, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds & Tenelle
60% 5 votes
Cypress Civic Center, 5275 Orange Avenue, Cypress, CA 90630 MoreLess Info
During the summer season, visitors can attend Concerts on the Green for free live entertainment. These concerts feature local musicians performing music from classic rock, swing music, and Top 40 covers.
Featuring both IMAX and RealD 3D technology, AMC Del Amo 18 offers showings of the latest films in its many auditoriums. The concession stand includes standard snacks like popcorn and candy, and has been expanded to pizza and chicken tenders.
A classic-style bowling alley, Gardena Bowling Center offers a video arcade, a pool room, and a pro shop. Their restaurant and lounge serves a variety of Japanese and Hawaiian dishes, as well as American fare.
The Torrance Art Museum features a permanent collection of modern and contemporary art from local, national, and international artists. They feature temporary and visiting exhibits, as well, and emphasize community outreach and interdisciplinary explorations.
94% 32 votes
3330 Civic Center Dr N, Torrance, CA 90503 MoreLess Info
The Torrance Cultural Arts Center is a multi-purpose complex that contains meeting and banquet rooms, a 502-seat theatre, two outdoor plazas, a Japanese garden, and visual and performing arts studios. The location is suitable for business meetings and social gatherings.
Also known as the Torrance Theatre, the James R. Armstrong Theatre is a hub of culture and entertainment in the community. Performances and exhibitions are aimed to bring art to the community and create new experiences.
A 16-lane bowling center, Gardena Bowl offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring and a pro shop. The center provides a restaurant, arcade games, nine regulation billiard tables, party hosting, televisions and a restaurant.
The Cerritos Library features a variety of collections, including a book art collection, a fine art collection, and a First Ladies collection. The location's Teen Studio also hosts events for younger guests to enjoy.