- TripBuzz found 35 things to do indoors in the Madison area. From Chazen Museum of Art to Overture Center for the Arts, Madison offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 42 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 36 different types of things to do inside in or near Madison, Wisconsin. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Music Venue, Art Museum and Casinos.
- There are 16 indoor activities in Madison, and 19 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Middleton, New Glarus, Sun Prairie and Lake Mills.
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Groups work together to find clues and solve puzzles in a themed escape room or kids navigate checkpoints searching for an exit in a maze
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One John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI 53703 MoreLess Info
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938, Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center was finally opened in 1997. The expertly designed landscapes, architecture, and space make this a great venue for conventions, galas, and weddings.
The permanent collection held at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art includes roughly 5,000 individual objects. The bulk of the permanent display focuses on significant American artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
At Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison, visitors will enjoy a variety of gaming, food, and entertainment. There are over 1,100 slot machines and dozens of card and poker tables, a Gamers Grill open 24/7, and musicians from all over the world.
Devoting resources to the collection and preservation of military artifacts, the Wisconsin Veterans Museum is a cherished memory among veterans in the state. Exhibits feature the war in Vietnam, world wars, and artifacts from life in the US.
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1215 W. Dayton St., Weeks Hall, Madison, WI 53706 MoreLess Info
Exhibits at the University of Wisconsin Geology Museum revolve around collections of rocks and minerals, fossils, and even fluorescent rocks that are displayed in a special black light area. There is also an extensive dinosaur fossil display.
With four floors to explore, Wisconsin Historical Museum features a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits depicting the history of the region. These exhibits include information about immigration, agriculture, and early settlers.
Madison's Sundance Cinema is a movie multiplex that shows a combination of first-run Hollywood movies and some foreign, art house, and independent films. The theater offers a rooftop bar and a variety of food and beverage options.