- TripBuzz found 128 things to do indoors in the Strongsville area. From The Brew Kettle to Cinemark Strongsville, Strongsville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 88 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 46 different types of things to do inside in or near Strongsville, Ohio. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Breweries, History Museums and Recreation Centers.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Strongsville, and 124 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Cleveland, Akron, Medina and Oberlin.
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Featuring paintings, pottery, photographs, and textile art, the Canton Museum of Art provides a continuously changing array of exhibits for the community. The museum also hosts children's art camp in the summer and public workshops throughout the year.
A city landmark built in 1926, the Canton Palace Theatre staged dramatic plays, comedies, speeches, and also hosted film screenings. Also, this is the home of the Canton Ballet. In here is found also the original 1926 Kilgen Organ.
Canton's McKinley Museum is affiliated with the William McKinley Presidential Library. It features a variety of exhibits, including an array of hands-on natural history sections and areas devoted to science and to Presidential history.
Housed in the former home of the presidential couple, the National First Ladies Library exhibits art and artifacts related to the lives of the American first ladies. Among the special events organized in here can be remembered the birthdays, such as the birthday of Michelle Obama.
Also known as the Ghostly Manor Thrill Center, the XD 3D Motion Theater provides a variety of shows which incorporates both 3D projection and motion-simulator seats. Five movies are offered at the center, and the motion-simulator has 100 movements per second.
Founded in 1978, the Canton Classic Car Museum exhibits 7 classic automobiles, some of them being built in 1917. The memorabilia exhibited includes vintage toys, thousands of items related to President McKinley, a oriental exhibition, and others.