- TripBuzz found 122 things to do indoors in the Peninsula area. From Elements Gallery to Fine Art Services & Peninsula Gallery, Peninsula offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 107 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 53 different types of things to do inside in or near Peninsula, Ohio. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Music Venue, History Museums and Scenic Railroads.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Peninsula, and 115 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Akron, Cleveland, Medina and Lakewood.
Black River Historical Society has a mission to preserve and interpret the history of the City of Lorain and to share that history with the public through education and the preservation of historical artifacts.
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546 East Bowman Street, Wooster, OH 26003 MoreLess Info
The large campus of Wayne County Historical Society & Museum offers an exciting glance back in time with tours of historic buildings containing local artifacts. Maintained underneath the Wayne County Historical Society is the Ethel Parker Archive Vault Complex, which stores rare books, maps, letters, local news…
Located on the College of Wooster campus, the Ohio Light Opera has been entertaining visitors for over 30 years. The company usually performs two different shows on a daily basis during the summer months with more limited offerings at other times.
1899 Mahoning Avenue Northwest, Warren, OH 44483 MoreLess Info
Created to recognize Packard's influence in the realm of transportion, the National Packard Museum looks at the historic automobiles from the historic manufacturer. The collection is composed of artifacts, documents, and even automobiles.
Providing good acoustics and performance amenities, the W.D. Packard Music Hall is a popular place for medium-sized performances in the area. Music concerts are most common at the venue, but it can also be rented for personal use.
The oldest home in Trumbell County, the John Stark Edwards House Museum depicts county life from pioneering days through the 19th century. The house features three floors of exhibits and also houses the Trumbell County Historical Society library.