- TripBuzz found 263 things to do indoors in the Chicago area. From Art Institute of Chicago to Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 195 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 61 different types of things to do inside in or near Chicago, Illinois. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Jazz/Blues Bars, Art Museum and Malls.
- There are 22 indoor activities in Chicago, and 241 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Evanston, Oak Park, Skokie and Downers Grove.
At the Adler Planetarium, guests will have the chance to gather information, visit a variety of exhibitions, and attend shows that teach visitors about space. The location also features a gift store and a cafe.
The AMC Showplace Cicero 14 is a modern multiplex cinema that features first-run films and offers full digital projection with stadium seating throughout its auditoriums. The facility also provides traditional amenitites like a snack bar and arcade as well.
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The community gathers at Town Hall Bowl for cheap bowling, shoe rental, beer, food, and fun. The banquet hall in the facility can also be rented for events such as reunions and receptions.
Featuring a mix of international and nationally recognized Hispanic performers, Olympic Theatre Corp offers visitors a historic 1920s theater with ornate, gold leaf decoration. The theater was restored and includes an updated sound system.
Nu Look Entertainment originally started out as a social club and has grown into event planning and nightlife promotions, as well as live entertainment. Most notably, they have worked with rap artists to promote their material in a live venue.
As a city recreations center, Gymnastics & Recreation Center provides the community with classes for fitness and gymnastics. The center features an indoor gymnasium with amenities like trampolines, bars, and a foam pit.
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Each season, Jedlicka Performing Arts Center produces a mix of plays and musicals starring local performers. The theater can sit up to 250 people, and has a concession stand that serves tea and coffee during intermission.
Organizing fitness and arts programs for the community, Cicero Community Center offers a variety of classes to take, from painting to yoga classes. The senior club hosts their bingo games and other events at the center.
The mission of Terra Incognito is to encourage and promote work of the highest quality exhibitions and representation in the gallery. The facility includes semi-private and private studios, wood firing kilns, and classrooms.