- TripBuzz found 89 things to do indoors in the Liberty area. From Retro Bowl to Jesse James Bank Museum, Liberty offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 70 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 44 different types of things to do inside in or near Liberty, Missouri. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters, Winery/Vineyard and History Museums.
- There are 11 indoor activities in Liberty, and 78 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Kansas City, Independence, Shawnee and Kansas City.
This bank in Liberty, Missouri was the site of the first peacetime daytime bank robbery, and although the robbers were never caught, the robbery was attributed to the James Gang. At the museum, visitors can see the bank as it was on that cold day in February 1866.
As a family entertainment complex, Amazing Play Fun Center has arcade games, a laser obstacle course, three-story climbing structure, and other activities to choose from. It also has a glow in the dark maze for children to navigate.
B & B Theaters is a chain of cinema multiplexes that show primarily first-run movies. Theaters feature digital video and sound, with 3D for select movies. The theaters offer a variety of discounts, bargains, and combo deals.
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With B&B Theatres-Liberty Cinema 12, visitors can see the latest films in 3D and with digital projectors. The theater regularly shows cinema classics like the Wizard of Oz on a monthly basis.
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Located in a former drug store, Clay County Museum & Historical Society displays artifacts like agricultural tools and antique furniture. The museum features a collection of photographs from Jacob T. Hicks, showcasing portraits of individuals from the 19th century.
Showcasing the talent of the students from the William Jewell College theater program, Jewell Theatre Company offers, on average, 5 productions a year for the community to attend. The theater performances range from Shakespeare to contemporary plays.
The Belvoir Winery contains the Odd Fellows' Home constructed in the early 1900s that has been converted into special events dining, and the administration offices for the winery. Visitors can also taste the wine produced on the property from the Golden Muscat, Chambourcin, Cynthiana Norton, and Vingnoles grape…