- TripBuzz found 9 things to do indoors in the Longview area. From Triangle Bowl to Columbia theatre, Longview offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 42 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 36 different types of things to do inside in or near Longview, Washington. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Winery/Vineyard.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Longview, and 4 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Castle Rock and Amboy.
Round up some friends for a few games at Triangle Bowl. Leagues, open play and birthday parties are offered. Stop in on the weekend for special events like Moonlight Bowl and Monte Carlo. Foods and beverages are available. Open seven days a week.
A historic venue operated by the nonprofit Columbia Theatre Association for the Performing Arts, the Columbia theatre hosts a wide variety of cultural events, including dramatic and musical performances. The theater also hosts educational programs.
Stageworks Northwest Theatre is a community theater that welcomes auditions and volunteers from the local community. It presents a variety of productions, including musicals and classic dramas. The theater now sells beer and wine in addition to other concessions.
At Columbia Theatre For the Performing Arts, visitors can see a wide range of live performances, from stand-up comedy to orchestra music. The theater retains its original 1920s architecture from when it was established.
Located just inside the blast zones of the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption, The Forest Learning Center has displays focused on telling the story behind the eruption and return of the forest. There are other resources which cover forestry practices and how trees grow.
The debris from the famous 1980 volcano explosion of Mount St. Helens is just below the overlook cliff where the Johnston Ridge Observatory is poised. Several films, ranger talks, maps, a small food cart, and souvenir shop are available on site.
Open seven days a week during the summer, the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center at Seaquest/Silver Lake is the original center built in 1993. The displays focus mostly on the history of the mountain and area.
At North Clark Historical Museum, visitors can browse displays filled with historical artifacts like bear traps, Native American baskets, and Victorian clothing. The museum hosts an annual quilt show where members of the community display a range of colorful quilts.