- TripBuzz found 18 things to do indoors in the Mankato area. From Carnegie Art Center to Pub 500, Mankato offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 23 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 25 different types of things to do inside in or near Mankato, Minnesota. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Bowling and Family Fun Center.
- There are 14 indoor activities in Mankato, and 4 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New Ulm, Kasota and North Mankato and New Ulm, Kasota and North Mankato.
More than the average bowling alley, Concordia Lanes Inc. offers quality service, flexible paying, and reasonable concessions. The venue also has event space for birthday parties, conventions, team building meetings, and weddings with a capacity for 500 people.
Described as 'Minnesota's Largest Candy Store', Jim's Apple Farm is store that has sweets of all kinds and puzzles for sale. The store used to focus on apple-related and baked goods, but has become a popular tourist destination known for it's abundance of candy.
A 10-screen movie theater, Northwoods Cinema 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers 3D movies, stadium seating, a birthday party room, auditorium rentals and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Offering art classes to the local community, Owatonna Arts Center provides visitors with an opportunity to develop skills in painting, sculpture, and more. It also has a gallery that rotates a variety of artists monthly.
This Museum remembers the children who were sent to the Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children between1886 and 1945. The museum offers a tour through buildings and grounds as they existed during the orphanage era. The tour leads to the Children's Cemetery.
This bank is one of the designs of the Father of American Architecture, Louis Sullivan. He has designed several banks, all called Jewel Boxes because it resembles a jeweled strongbox, giving depositors a sense of security. It is now occupied by a Wells Fargo bank branch.