- TripBuzz found 139 things to do indoors in the Molalla area. From Molalla Bowl Inc to AlexEli Vineyard & Winery, Molalla offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 149 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 46 different types of things to do inside in or near Molalla, Oregon. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Winery/Vineyard, Scenic Railroads and Movie Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Molalla, and 136 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Dundee, Newberg, Oregon City and Lake Oswego.
Home to a restored carousel, Brass Ring features hand-carved and ornately decorated animals like tigers, peacocks, deer, beavers, and more. The carousel features over 60 animal structures that are adopted by members of the community.
100% 3 votes
5432 Pacific Boulevard SW, Albany, OR 97321 MoreLess Info
The Cosmic Lounge/Lakeshore Lanes is a combination bar within a bowling alley. The site also offers live entertainment in the lounge on select nights in addition to an on-site miniature golf course.
Lorang Fine Art offers an expanse of artistic styles, themes and mediums representing more than 70 artists. Patrons can view oil, acrylic, pastels and watercolor paintings throughout the gallery with themes ranging from local landmarks to Native American motifs.
96% 26 votes
515 NW Portage Rd, PO Box 396, Cascade Locks, OR 97217 MoreLess Info
An adventure based brewing company, Thunder Island Brewing Co believes good beer should come with a thrill. Promoting lifestyle sports such as climbing, camping and boating, the brewery serves a selection of beers, hard ciders and wines.
Visitors can view a diverse collection of artwork from Heather Soderberg at Soderberg Gallery & Studio. The collection features a wide variety of bronze sculptures and paintings of both wildlife and people.
- 1 votes
1 NW Portage Road, Cascade Locks, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Cascade Locks Historical Museum is a historic house in Cascade Locks Marine Park that features photographs and artifacts on the history of the Columbia River Gorge. The Oregon Pony Locomotive is also on display at the museum.