- TripBuzz found 335 things to do indoors in the Staten Island area. From Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art to Flagship Brewing Company, Staten Island offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 179 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 62 different types of things to do inside in or near Staten Island, New York. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- There are 15 indoor activities in Staten Island, and 320 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New York City, Clifton, Brooklyn and New Brunswick.
Chelsea Playground 400 Chelsea Road, Staten Island, NY MoreLess Info
Kids can expend their energy at an indoor playground with a 3-level play structure, slides, tunnels, a firetruck, and private party rooms
As a community theater, Perkel Youth Theater offers youth programs that teach theatrical skills like singing, dancing, and acting. Visitors can enroll their children in these classes and watch open house performances put on by students.
A 60-lane bowling facility, Hudson Bayonne Lanes offers both open and league bowling with automatic scoring and bumpers. The center has a full service bar and grill, arcade game machines and a private event room.
1003 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 7083 MoreLess Info
Once home to William Livingston, a signer of the Constitution, the Liberty Hall Museum displays artifacts and offers guided tours. Among the items at the museum are letters from Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin and antique furniture and ceramics.
Constructed in 1781, the Kearny Cottage Museum is a four-room cottage containing many items showcasing the history of its owners and city. It is located just yards away from the Raritan River, and contains a colonial garden on its grounds.
The famous inventor Thomas Edison is showcased in many exhibits at the Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park. The center itself consists of the large Art Deco Edison Memorial Tower and the small museum dedicated to the life and times of the inventor.
Ellis Island is the home of The Statue of Liberty, possibly the most famous symbol of American pride. The location also features an Immigration Museum for those who are interested in their family's genealogy or the history of American immigration.