- TripBuzz found 153 things to do indoors in the Philadelphia area. From Philadelphia Museum of Art to The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 143 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 59 different types of things to do inside in or near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Museum, Colleges & Universities, History Museums and Science Museums.
- There are 24 indoor activities in Philadelphia, and 129 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Bensalem, Wilmington, Cherry Hill and Camden.
Liberty Escape Rooms 325 Cherry St, Philadelphia, PA MoreLess Info
Friends work together as a team to escape a room by solving puzzles as part of a teamwork adventure
95% 4607 votes
26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130 MoreLess Info
The Philadelphia Museum of Art contains over 227,000 objects, mostly European and American art. The museum also hosts about 25 special exhibitions each year, and the steps in front of the museum often serve as a backdrop for concerts.
92% 3394 votes
2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130 MoreLess Info
The Barnes Foundation has a collection of post-impressionist and early modern paintings, African sculptures and paintings, in addition to a collection of Native American ceramics, jewelry and textiles. The foundation also has an arboretum featuring 2,000 species of woody plants and trees.
Philadelphia's Magic Gardens features an art gallery, community art center, and a unique mosaic art environment by artist Isaiah Zagar. Visitors will find a wide variety of artwork on display, as well as art classes and educational programs.
An attraction of both spirituality and history, the Christ Church in Philadelphia boasts Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross, and George Washington as former congregation members. The church offers tours during the day so families and groups can discover the beginning of religious freedom.
Since 1824, visitors have been learning about science at the Franklin Institute. Permanent exhibits at the science museum include electricity, changing earth, aviation and technology, and the giant heart, while some of the items that can be viewed include five telescopes, space suits, and trains.
Just a short walk from many of Philadelphia's famous landmarks, the Pennsylvania Convention Center is the venue of choice for many conventions, trade shows, and meetings. Regardless of the event, all participants will admire the works of over 50 artists and enjoy the comforts of the many amenities offered.
62% 237 votes
222 N 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 MoreLess Info
The Franklin Institute Science Museum is a lively, hands-on museum and educational activity center for kids and adults alike. The museum, with its many interactive exhibits, planetarium, and theaters is open daily and on weekends.
An attraction for both residents and visitors, the Franklin Mills Mall has over 200 popular stores. The mall has movie theaters, popular restaurants, high-end clothing retailers, electronics stores, and a huge skate park to suit every member of your family.
For those who are feeling lucky, SugarHouse Casino has many table games and slot machines to test your luck. With a variety of games, live entertainment, and a friendly staff, SugarHouse provides a fun an comfortable atmosphere.
93% 631 votes
260 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 MoreLess Info
Home to eight resident companies including the Philadelphia Orchestra, ballet and theater, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts houses a concert hall, theater, studio and arts education center. Guided tours provide a history, along with architectural highlights and visits to the Center's key venues.