- TripBuzz found 126 things to do indoors in the Midvale area. From Big City Bowl to Laser Quest-Salt Lake City, Midvale offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 62 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 39 different types of things to do inside in or near Midvale, Utah. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Bowling, Laser Tag and Movie Theaters.
- There are 10 indoor activities in Midvale, and 116 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Salt Lake City, Draper, West Jordan and Sandy.
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With special events like cosmic bowling, Big City Bowl offers visitors bowling with pop music. The bar is stocked with a variety of beer and has a billiard table. It also has an arcade area with racing and fighting games.
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Featuring a large arena, Laser Quest-Salt Lake City offers a competitive laser tag experience for its guests. The venue hosts birthday parties, day camps, school field trips, and other events.
Pinnacle Acting Company is a community theater that produces classic and contemporary classic theatre with an emphasis on award-winning plays. Patrons can purchase tickets online or at the door and can also purchase apparel merchandise like shirts and hats.
Many different types of shows are performed at the historic Midvale Performing Arts Center. Depending on the day, patrons can check out plays, concerts, local community displays, or other similar events.
The Hale Centre Theatre is a local performing arts venue popular among local residents in the community. Shows at the theater are renowned for their small, intimate, and enjoyable feeling during the theatrical productions.
At Hawaiian Cultural Center, visitors can learn about the islands' heritage through dance, presentations, community events, cultural workshops, and more. The center hosts an annual festival that celebrates Hawaiian culture.
Operated by the Midvale Historical Society, the Midvale City Museum seeks to preserve, display, and celebrate the history of the local and regional area. The museum features a variety of exhibits focusing on Midvale's history and culture.
Megaplex Theater is a first-run movie multiplex with 14 separate auditoriums, including one equipped for IMAX films. The theater offers digital projection throughout, as well as traditional amenities like a snack bar and arcade.
At its indoor gymnasium, Copperview Recreation Center hosts local sports programs for the youth, such as soccer and basketball teams. The center has a fitness facility with equipment available to the public.