- TripBuzz found 5 things to do indoors in the Inverness area. From Doug Fraser Art to Inverness County Centre for the Arts, Inverness offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 7 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 8 different types of things to do inside in or near Inverness, Nova Scotia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Arts Centers, History Museums and Music Venue.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Inverness, and 3 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Cheticamp and Baddeck.
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16080 Highway 19, Inverness, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
At the Inverness County Centre for the Arts, guests will be able to view works from artists of all ages and backgrounds. Events at this location include music, workshops, and children's programs.
The Inverness Miners' Museum features artifacts, paintings, drawings, photographs, and an audio and video collection that conserves the heritage of the local area. Guests can also go on hiking and ecotours.
Visitors of the Gallery La Bella Mona Lisa will be able to view the works of Michel Williatte-Battet, which include oil on canvas paintings and tremclad on canvas paintings. The location also sells the artist's works.
Flora's is a gift shop that sells hooked rugs and souvenirs, including pottery items and sweat shirts. Guests can also visit the location's Ice Cream Parlor to purchase servings of ice cream in various flavors, banana splits, and cups of hot coffee.
At the Baddeck Gathering Ceilidhs, visitors can engage in a an old cultural practice of going to a kitchen party to either witness or participate in an open performance. Activities can range from music, to dance, to storytelling.
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4119 Highway 223, Victoria County, Iona, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Guests of the Highland Village will have the opportunity to acclimate themselves with Nova Scotia's Gaelic culture. The location features a blacksmith, traditional livestock, and costumed animators who demonstrate a variety of activities.
The Saint Peter's Church location offers guests the opportunity to visit a historic, large church with a small organ and choir seats. Church fundraisers feature the music of parish members, including singing and fiddle playing.
Visitors can view a variety of artifacts Les Trois Pignons's museum area. The location's genealogy center features a variety of books, parish records, and census lists that can help visitors to uncover their family history.