- TripBuzz found 81 things to do indoors in the Middletown area. From Mid County Entertainment & Bowling Center to Westown Movies, Middletown offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 116 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 56 different types of things to do inside in or near Middletown, Delaware. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Children's Play Area, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Middletown, and 75 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Wilmington, Newark, Dover and New Castle.
At the Terrapin Station Winery, customers can purchase wines of its Diamondback Reserve, Terrapin Classics, and Pyrate Wines brands. The location's vineyard plantings include Cayuga, St. Vincent, and Marquette plants.
Providing family amusement, Launch Trampoline Park is an indoor jumping facility. Along with open jumping hours, the park features exercise classes, dodgeball and basketball activities. Birthday parties and other group gatherings are also held here.
218 Walnut Street, North East, MD 21901 MoreLess Info
The Upper Bay Museum offers a variety of artifacts that teach visitors about maritime life, including decoys and duck hunting gear. The location also hosts historical hunting demonstrations for visitors to enjoy.
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University of Delaware, 255 Academy Street, Newark, DE 19716 MoreLess Info
Situated in the campus of the University of Delaware, Mineralogical Museum provides displays filled with geological artifacts, such as copper and silver. In addition to metals, the museum displays crystals and gems behind glass cases.
The historic New Castle Court House, now a museum and state landmark, was the original capitol building of the State of Delaware. It is now filled with artifacts and media related to Delaware's role as one of the thirteen original states.
Named the first grand mansion of Delaware, the Amstel House now appears as a middle-class Dutch home and is available for tours. The house was built in the 1730's and features original woodwork, an open hearth and early Dutch colonial decor.