- TripBuzz found 60 things to do indoors in the Mays Landing area. From Brick House Pub & Grille to Regal Cinemas Hamilton Commons, Mays Landing offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 84 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 49 different types of things to do inside in or near Mays Landing, New Jersey. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Pubs, Winery/Vineyard and Children's Museums.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Mays Landing, and 56 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Atlantic City, Hammonton, Vineland and Millville.
Featuring 36 bowling lanes available, the Lakewood Bowl & Recreation Center is a facility offering a number of amenities for its guests to enjoy. After bowling, visitors commonly enjoy stopping by the connected bar and grill for food and drinks.
Visitors can learn how the early Moravian community lived by touring a 1750 smithy, 1761 tannery, a 1762 waterworks, 1764 Springhouse, and an 1869 mill. Visitors can also see remains of other industrial buildings including a 1771 dye house.
An eight-screen movie theater, AMC Granite Run 8 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers auditorium rentals for private events as well as a concession area with food and drinks.
Designed in the 18th century French style, Nemours Mansion & Gardens are located on a 3,000 acre plot. The mansion is 5 stories up and the gardens have statues, fountains and a 800,000 gallons pool, all designed in the Art Nouveau architectural style.
2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806 MoreLess Info
Known for its huge collection of Pre-Raphaelite art, the Delaware Art Museum is a private institution in Wilmington, Delaware. Parking is always free, and the price of admission covers all galleries and buildings on the museum campus.
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201 Main Street, Odessa, DE 19730 MoreLess Info
Odessa's The Historic Houses are a series of properties from the earliest days of Delaware's statehood, and some predate the Revolutionary War. Most of the Historic Houses are considered state landmarks and are available for tours.