- TripBuzz found 72 things to do with kids in or near Chelsea, Michigan, including 63 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ann Arbor, Jackson, Howell and South Lyon.
- From The Chelsea Treehouse to Chelsea Lanes, the Chelsea area offers 75 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Children's Play Area, Theaters and History Museums.
- Formerly an agricultural community, Chelsea is a short drive from Ann Arbor, the home of the University of Michigan. Popular amongst outdoorsmen, the city attracts tourists year round to enjoy activities like hiking, skiing and golfing. And committed to expanding arts and culture, the city also offers a theater and arts center where plays and concerts can be enjoyed.
The Chelsea Treehouse is a 9,000 square foot indoor play area with a climbing structure, several slides, swinging bridges, a toddler area and also, the tree house itself. There is a cafe as well as birthday party facilities.
Home to two ice surfaces, Arctic Coliseum is an 85,000 square foot center that is used for professional and public recreation. The center offers open skating to adults and children, as well as open figure skating and youth hockey leagues.
The Jiffy Mix Company is a packaging plant that offers informational walkthrough visits. The guided tours consist of an educational video presentation, refreshments including a product sample and a stop at the gift shop.
38% 39 votes
400 North Main Street, Chelsea, MI 48118 MoreLess Info
Based in a 35,000 square-foot warehouse, the Chelsea Teddy Bear Factory and Toy Museum is home to more than 100,000 teddy bears and other unique toys. During guided tours, guests will learn about the process of making teddy bears as well as the history behind them.
- 1 votes
125 Jackson Street, Chelsea, MI 48118 MoreLess Info
Located within a historic 1853 building, the Chelsea Area Historical Society Museum displays a large number of exhibits and artifacts relating to local history. The museum is also the home and meeting place of the Chelsea Area Historical Society.
Founded in 1991, the Purple Rose Theatre is a professional theater that is dedicated to producing classic stories as well as new American plays. This intimate venue boasts only 168 seats, with seating on 3 sides of the stage.