- TripBuzz found 56 things to do indoors in the Westerville area. From Kicks to Bark Park, Westerville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 52 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 37 different types of things to do inside in or near Westerville, Ohio. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Music Venue, Family Fun Center, Winery/Vineyard and History Museums.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Westerville, and 50 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Columbus, Grove City, Powell and Delaware.
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3055 Indianola Avenue, Columbus, OH 43202 MoreLess Info
A single-screen movie theater, Studio 35 Cinema & Drafthouse displays first-run films along with a selection of older movies. It also hosts special events and offers a menu with pizza, salads, subs and a variety of beer types.
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50 S. Liberty Street, Suite 174, Powell, OH 43065 MoreLess Info
The Powell Village Winery & Tasting Rooms offers handcrafted fine wine from locally sourced grapes. The winery's tasting room offers sample of their extensive wine selection including a pinot noir, cabernet and an array of white and red blends.
Voted by Greater Powell as Business of the year in 2013, the Powell Village Winery sources its small-batch, handcrafted wines from America's notable grape-growing regions. The tasting room, located in the center of town, offers their wines, homebrews, and tapas.
Created to showcase high school talent, Gahanna Lincoln Theater features many quality theater productions throughout the year. The theater is also used to teach and train students in every aspect of the performing arts.
In its indoor facility, Recreations Outlet has a variety of wooden play structures and trampolines for children to explore. Visitors can host birthday parties by purchasing a party pass that includes pizza and a 2 hour play session.
Combining a museum, archive, library, and historic preservation office, the Ohio Historical Center thoroughly explores and documents the history, natural past, and archaeological heritage of the state. The center also acts as the home of the Ohio Historical Society.