- 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.
Filled with a variety of Christmas themed exhibits, Castle Noel has memorabilia and artifacts from movies and popular culture for visitors to view. It also has a gift shop that sells holiday merchandise like Christmas lights.
At Sullys Irish Pub, Medina, visitors can enjoy a taste of Ireland through a large selection of Irish beers and liquors, as well as traditional Irish food. Entertainment in the form of Irish music and events is also featured.
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206 N Elmwood Street, Medina, OH 44256 MoreLess Info
Medina County Historical Society was organized in 1922 and is dedicated to collecting and preserving artifacts and information dealing with Medina County history. Active committees include Historic Homes Committee, Facilities, Finance, Civil War Christmas, Genealogy, and Special Events.
First open in 1925 as a single screen theatre, Cedar Lee Cinema in Cleveland Heights, Ohio is now a six-screen wonder. With both Hollywood and modern style theatres, visitors can view specialty films in a true viewing manner.
A family-owned company founded in 1869, Root Candles, has been at the forefront of creating candles of the highest quality ever since. Visit their store and see for yourself why these candles have the greatest fragrances and are known worldwide.
Red Horse Winery makes a variety of handcrafted wines, including reds, whites, blushes, and some noteworthy fruit wines. They host tastings, and invite visitors to bring their own food or to have it delivered from local restaurants.
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11001 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106 MoreLess Info
The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall was first opened in 1931. The building which houses the orchestra, named Severance Hall, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It can be seen in Air Force One, with Harrison Ford, and also in Cirque de Soleil's The Journey of Man.
A concert venue specifically for indie music, the Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights, Ohio is an entertainment stop tailored to its viewers. Concert goers are close to performers and able to order drinks while enjoying the show.