- TripBuzz found 66 things to do indoors in the Indianapolis area. From Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields to The Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 63 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 44 different types of things to do inside in or near Indianapolis, Indiana. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Movie Theaters, Art Museum and History Museums.
- There are 17 indoor activities in Indianapolis, and 50 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Carmel, Fishers, Greenwood and Noblesville.
6291 Cambridge Way, Plainfield, IN 46168 MoreLess Info
Chateau Thomas Winery is open 7 days a week. The place is great for weddings, reunions, parties and meetings. They have a beautifully decorated gift shop where you can buy wines and home-cooked foods.
89% 9 votes
10983 Bennett Parkway, Zionsville, IN 46077 MoreLess Info
History buffs will enjoy visiting the Fanimation Antique Fan Museum. It's extensive collection of antique ceiling fans, steam powered and water powered fans and early American desk powered fans, is an interesting and unique look at technology through the years.
100% 22 votes
3 Center Green, Suite 200, Carmel, IN 46032 MoreLess Info
The largest community theatre in the state, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre was founded in 1951. Besides hosting the regular shows, it also supports the local artistic community by offering them its stage for their own shows.
Art In Hand Gallery is a cooperative gallery that displays artwork such as woodwork, hand made jewelry, mixed media, watercolor paintings, and pottery. The gallery features artists such as Chuck Bruce and Bob Anderson.
Surrounded with stained glass windows, Noel Sanctuary is a Victorian church that showcases a variety of artists. The collection features paintings with the subjects of angels, the Amish, still life, animals, and more.
90% 114 votes
355 City Center Drive, Carmel, IN 46032 MoreLess Info
Opened in the beginning of 2011, The Center for the Performing Arts has a seating capacity of 1,600 and occupies 151,000 square feet. It has three stages which can host theater plays, dance groups and musical concerts.