- TripBuzz found 244 things to do indoors in the San Rafael area. From George's Nightclub to Country Club Bowl, San Rafael offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 262 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 73 different types of things to do inside in or near San Rafael, California. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Bowling, Dinner Theaters and Music Venue.
- There are 8 indoor activities in San Rafael, and 236 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: San Francisco, Sonoma, Petaluma and Berkeley.
Sonoma Train Town is 4 miles of railroad track reduced to quarter scale. Besides the miniature train ride, there are other attractions such as carousal and airplane rides. Parking and entry is free. Inside, refreshments and restrooms are available too.
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Holding the original California state capital building, the Benicia Capitol State Historic Park shows visitors the history of California. The building has reconstructions of the original furniture and writing desks used in the capitol.
The Cinnabar Theatre offers concerts and other theatrical performances from professionals, its local company, and youth performers. The location also provides summer camps, young rep auditions, and young rep classes for those who wish to get involved.
Opened in 1998, the Artcentric Ceramic Painting Studio is a studio that allows guests to paint their own pottery, glass, or mosaics. Guests commonly visit the studio during birthday parties, group outings, or nights-out.
At the Benicia Old Town Theatre Group, visitors will be able to enjoy seasonal performances like Dial M for Murder and Don't Dress for Dinner. Guests who wish to participate in the shows may also audition for parts.
Opened in 1981, the Benicia Fire Museum is a joint effort between the Benicia Volunteer Firemen Incorporated and the Benicia Fire Department. It houses fire engines from the 1800s, a replica hand pumper and hundreds of other fire-related items.
Alameda Museum could be a great museum, but for now it's a tiny storefront with items from early Alameda on display. It is still interesting and has a lot of items to see from Alameda's heyday past. It is free, but they do have a donation jar.
The historic Alameda Theatre & Cineplex was originally founded in 1932. It was recently fully restored with an adjoining bistro restaurant and presents first-run Hollywood films in addition to classic family films daily.
The Alameda Theatre & Cineplex is a historic theater that shows first-run movies in a stylish atmosphere. Adjacent to it is the Cinema Grill, a full-service restaurant and bar that offers specials in conjunction with the theater.
Featuring tastings served with a cheese plate, Scribe Winery offers visitors a tasting menu with Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The winery has an outdoor picnic area where visitors have access to panoramic views of the vineyards.