- TripBuzz found 26 things to do indoors in the Long Beach area. From Long Beach Tavern to Campiche Studios, Long Beach offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 22 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 21 different types of things to do inside in or near Long Beach, Washington. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters and Pubs.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Long Beach, and 18 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Astoria, Ilwaco and Seaside and Astoria, Ilwaco and Seaside.
Campiche Studios is a fine arts gallery featuring artists from a variety of artistic disciplines. The gallery showcases several exhibits, with oils, watercolor, pastels, glass, jewelry, photography, woodwork, and pottery on display.
This combination gift shop and museum has oddities like Jake the Alligator Man or the two-headed calf, ocean items such as rare corals, and stuffed animals that include a Yak, a Lioness, and a Russian Boar. Items change regularly, and specials are offered.
Learn the history and process of farming cranberries at the Cranberry Museum, then take a walking tour through the cranberry bogs, and end your visit wandering through the gift shop for cranberry items that are available now where else. Hours to the public change seasonally.
The indoor Funland Arcade offers a large building filled with both new and classic video games along with a laser tag arena. The games in the arcade operate with a card-based money system where guests load money onto cards in order to play.
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303 Sid Snyder Drive, Long Beach, WA 98631 MoreLess Info
This is the only American Museum dedicated to telling the history of kites. The exhibits contain more than 1,500 kites from 26 countries. There are events, workshops and on certain days of the month fighter kite events. The Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding participants in the art of kites.
The only museum in America devoted exclusively to kites, the World Kite Museum features over 1500 kites from all over the world. It offers hands-on, interactive exhibits, and visitors can make their own kites to take home.
In the area once visited by the famous explorers, Lewis and Clark, Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center offers several exhibits that highlight their trip through the region. Guided tours can be reserved beforehand.
This museum preserves the history of when civilization became part of 'where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean. Permanent exhibits house treasures while special exhibits change between 3 and 5 times per year. A calendar of events includes 'The Clamshell Railroad Days.