- TripBuzz found 17 things to do indoors in the Ottawa area. From Wide Water Gallery to Dettore's West Lanes, Ottawa offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 57 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 37 different types of things to do inside in or near Ottawa, Illinois. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Bars.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Ottawa, and 10 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: La Salle and Utica.
A traditional bowling center, Pinheadz Entertainment Center offers open and league bowling along with a full service sports bar and grill. The center also provides volleyball courts, party hosting, live music and video gaming.
93% 15 votes
1100 Canal Street, Ottawa, IL MoreLess Info
The history of both the Ottawa region and the Boy Scouts of America is the focus of the Ottawa Historical and Scouting Heritage Museum, which also offers special lectures and on-site events. Several nature trails run through the grounds adjacent to the museum for walking as well.
The Reddick Mansion and Gardens are a historic house and grounds that date back before the Civil War. Managed by a local non-profit, tours through the restored building, rooms, and gardens are offered by reservation throughout the year.
The Ottawa Scouting Museum focuses on the history of both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in the area. It maintains permanent exhibits, and hosts rotating exhibits showcasing different aspects of scouting through the years.
Featuring draft beer and specialty drinks, Carretto's Bar & Bowling offers a dining menu as well as big screen televisions for watching sports programming. Six bowling lanes with automatic scoring and bumpers are available for individuals and private events.
100% 23 votes
101 East Canal Street, Utica, IL 61373 MoreLess Info
LaSalle County Historical and Society Museum is dedicated to Utica's history. Here can be found the Barn, where are exhibited agricultural tools dating back to 1875, the restored Aitken School House, built in 1865, and the Blacksmith Shop, built in 1892 and exhibiting items used in that period.