- TripBuzz found 89 things to do indoors in the Mason area. From Mason Bowl to Regal Deerfield Stadium 16, Mason offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 59 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 47 different types of things to do inside in or near Mason, Ohio. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Recreation Centers.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Mason, and 85 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Cincinnati, Newport, Hamilton and Covington.
Dedicated to the visual arts, Richmond Art Museum offers an array of exhibits covering various genres. This includes the works of both local and regional artists. Continuing their mission to advance the arts, educational programs are also offered here.
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380 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond, IN 47374 MoreLess Info
Created to bring culture and arts to the small town of Richmond and its surrounding communities, Richmond Symphony Orchestra features young musicians from both the local high school and nearby Earlham College. The orchestra performs at the Civic Hall.
Model T Ford Museum is filled with a collection of vehicles and memorabilia related to T-models. The stars being 1909 touring car, an English-built town car, a cut away chassis and more. Manuals, publications, CDs and restoration DVDs are available.
Gennett Walk of Fame is located along South 1st street in Richmond. Paved with several bronze and mosaic plaques commemorating Gennet's artist, it is rich in historical value. It is a must-see place for any music lover.
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180 Ft. Wayne Ave., Richmond, IN 47374 MoreLess Info
At the Starr-Gennett Foundations Jazz Museum & Gift Shop, visitors can tour the historical remains of their recording studio, piano factory, and mansion. They also have a Gennett Records Walk of Fame that honors jazz musicians with ceramic records.
Filled with life-sized fossils of dinosaurs and animals, Joseph Moore Museum offers a variety of exhibits that highlight the field of paleontology. The museum has a planetarium where visitors can learn about constellations and watch movies about space.
Joseph Moore Museum was established as a teaching collection. The stars of the collection are the Egyptian mummy, giant prehistoric mammals and the live snake collection. The paleontology department deserves a special mention. Group tours are welcome.
The Pennsylvania House is a recently restored historic inn and tavern dating back to 1822. The facility operates as a museum today offering guided tours of authentic furnishings and exhibits of antique paintings, clocks, dolls, textiles and more.