- TripBuzz found 10 things to do indoors in the Moose area. From Chapel of the Transfiguration to RockResorts Spa, Moose offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 3 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 9 different types of things to do inside in or near Moose, Wyoming. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Religious Buildings, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Breweries.
- There is 1 indoor activity in Moose, and 9 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Jackson, Victor, Driggs and Teton Village.
Designed by C.B. Loomis with a large window that frames a view of the Cathedral Group, the Chapel of the Transfiguration was constructed in 1925. Visitors can attend services at this Episcopal church, tour the church, and weddings can be held there.
The Snake River Lodge and Spa offers guest rooms where they can stay, while enjoying an indoor/outdoor pool, indoor/outdoor hot tubs, and a stone sauna. Visitors can also visit the spa, eat in the Gamefish Restaurant, and get a drink at the Fireside Bar.
Overlooking the National Elk Refuge, the National Museum of Wildlife Art exhibits a large collection, most notably from American artists of the 19th and 20th Century. Special experiences for children include a Discovery Gallery and Puppet Theatre. An outdoor sculpture trail highlights the local landscape.
Constructed in 1916, the Jackson Hole Playhouse is the best professional theater west of the Mississippi. Shows include holiday specials and popular features including shows like 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.'
One of the best ski resorts in the country, Snow King Resorts offers packages for visitors to enjoy cozy rooms, lift tickets, and skiing deals all in one place. Seasoned skiers can try the steepest north facing course in the country on Town Hill slope.
Beers and sodas are produce at the Grand Teton Brewing Company since 1988. The local shop sells souvenirs, while the company itself supports charitable causes in the region. It now produces 6 beer specialties.
Take a walk down memory lane at The Spud Drive-in Theater, in Driggs, Idaho. This traditional theater features plenty of car space, a huge hi-resolution projection screen and state-of-the-art in-car audio devices.
Pierre's Playhouse is an independently owned movie theater multiplex that shows a variety of first-run Hollywood movies in digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, and serves a variety of refreshments.
A nonprofit cultural and recreational center, the Teton Valley Foundation features an array of activities and attractions. The foundation maintains an ice rink, and sponsors a variety of races, sporting events, and other special events.