- TripBuzz found 35 things to do indoors in the Pittsburgh area. From Andy Warhol Museum to Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 38 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 36 different types of things to do inside in or near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Museum, Theaters, History Museums and Bowling.
- There are 16 indoor activities in Pittsburgh, and 19 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Washington, Monroeville and Bethel Park and Washington, Monroeville and Bethel Park.
91% 23 votes
3435 State Route 30 East, Latrobe, PA 15650 MoreLess Info
Located on the United States' first coast-to-coast highway, the Lincoln Highway Experience provides guests with an educational and historical experience. Visitors are led on a guided tour, seeing the attractions and historic roadside architecture on the way.
Dubbed 'The World's Coolest Toy Store,' Playthings Etc. offers toys and hobbies for people of all ages. There are more than 3,000 toys to choose from, ranging from science kits and educational toys, to toddler toys and futuristic toys.
77% 13 votes
27 East Main Street, Uniontown, PA 15401 MoreLess Info
State Theatre Center for the Arts, originally opened in 1922 as a picture palace and vaudeville house, currently offers concerts, musicals, plays and more. Staying true to its roots, classic films are shown once a month.
Visitors to the Oglebay Institute Glass Museum can see the Sweeney Punch Bowl, the largest piece of cut glass in the world as of 2014. Visitors can also see over 3,000 examples of Wheeling glass and China dating from 1820 to 1939.
89% 158 votes
One Cabela Drive, Triadelphia, WV 26059 MoreLess Info
Cabela's is a 175,000 square foot showroom where guests can purchase a variety of outdoor merchandise. The store also teaches many outdoor education classes, and has animal displays, aquariums, and wildlife dioramas.
In operation since the 1950s, New Castle Playhouse Inc features a wide range of performing arts productions, from plays to musical tributes. The playhouse hosts several youth workshops that teach the basics of acting.
A local community group who regularly stage theatrical plays and musicals, The Valley Players of Ligonier base their operations at the restored Ligonier Theater. In addition to regularly scheduled productions, the group also offer special performances for schools and groups.