- TripBuzz found 24 things to do with kids in or near Marietta, Ohio, including 11 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Parkersburg.
- From Kangaroo Kid Bounce House to Perky's Pizza & Wings-North Hills Lanes, the Marietta area offers 18 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Bowling, Arcades and Movie Theaters.
- Marietta, Ohio is located in Washington County and maintains a population of over 14,000 residents in an area of less than 10 square miles. The city is located in the south-western region of the state along the Muskingum River. The city is home to one of the original Underground Railroad stations and maintains this historical significance throughout, in tune with the city's several parks and vast landscape.
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Featuring 16 lanes, Perky's Pizza & Wings-North Hills Lanes hosts open and league bowling as well as birthday parties. It has pool tables, a game room and a restaurant offering food, drinks and alcoholic beverages.
Offering free bowling for children, North Hills Lanes Bowling has cosmic bowling with glow in the dark lanes every Friday and Saturday night. The bowling alley has several party packages that include shoe rentals, an hour of bowling, and more.
The Marietta Roller Rink is a recreational roller rink facility that features public skating sessions, adult roller hockey leagues, and a roller derby boot camp. The rink also is available to rent for private and semi-private parties.
The Hidden Marietta Ghost Trek is your chance to learn about the town and its landmarks, and maybe see a paranormal event along the way. The trek is a guided walking tour through the history of Marietta from revolutionary times to today.
Originally part of a series of row houses built in 1788, the Campus Martius Museum, is dedicated to preserving the history of the Northwest Territory. The museum features three floors of historical exhibits and artifacts.
The Castle is short for the Castle of Marietta, which is a striking example of the Gothic Revival style in architecture. Visitors can tour the building and participate in various kinds of Victorian-era activities, including croquet and valentine-making.