- TripBuzz found 39 things to do indoors in the Mechanicsville area. From Windemere Art Gallery to AMF Hanover Lanes, Mechanicsville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 28 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 28 different types of things to do inside in or near Mechanicsville, Virginia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Art Gallery, Recreation Centers and Movie Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Mechanicsville, and 36 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Richmond, Glen Allen, Midlothian and Hopewell.
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6162 Mechanicsville Tpke, Mechanicsville, VA 23111 MoreLess Info
Located in a historic 19th century house, the Windemere Art Gallery features a frequently-rotating array of works by local and regional artists. The gallery also features lessons in art in various media, and hosts special events.
Renovated in 2011, AMF Hanover Lanes is a ten pin bowling alley with 56 individual lanes that are open most of the time for general public bowling. The venue also features a cafe, full bar with projection television screens, drop-down video screens over every lane, and a comprehensive arcade.
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9120 Burkwood Club Drive, Mechanicsville, VA 23116 MoreLess Info
Family oriented and owned by its members, the Burkwood Swim & Racquet Club offers a variety of amenities, including tennis and aquatics facilities and lessons, exercise equipment, rooms, and classes, and a variety of youth programs.
A scenic and historical tour of Virginia Union University’s campus is for all visitors, not only prospective students. The old buildings and rich stories about the campus and university are offered by walking tour.
The former White House of the Confederacy currently houses The Museum of the Confederacy. Personal belongings of leaders such as Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee compose a large section of the collection in addition to other Civil War artifacts, manuscripts, and photographs.
Featuring an extensive collection of manuscripts, letters and personal items of well-known American writer Edgar Allan Poe, the Edgar Allan Poe Museum preserves the author's life and career for visitors to a series of historic Richmond buildings.
Many permanent exhibits are housed at the Science Museum of Virginia, focusing on different areas of science like space, the human body, animals, and the environment. Live science demonstrations are also performed daily in addition to IMAX films.
With the goal of providing creative play experiences for children, Children's Museum of Richmond hosts a variety exhibits for guests to explore. Their exhibits include a grocery store, apple tree, art studio, dino zone, little farm, playhouse, and more.
Featuring seating for over 3,600 individuals, the Landmark Theater is a performing arts theater host to a number of events throughout the year. Popular events include numerous concerts, speakers, and live performances.