- TripBuzz found 38 things to do indoors in the Robinson area. From Latitude 40 to Plaza Theater, Robinson offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 38 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 36 different types of things to do inside in or near Robinson, Pennsylvania. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Theaters, Movie Theaters and Specialty Museums.
- There are 0 indoor activities in Robinson, and 38 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Pittsburgh, Washington, East Liverpool and Weirton.
Wine tastings at the Washington Winery venue are offered every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during business hours. Additional wine tasting packages are available to visitors in the brand new tasting room owned by the winery.
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1500 W Chestnut Street, Washington, PA 15301 MoreLess Info
A 14-screen movie theater, Regal Crown Center Stadium 14 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room, mobile ticketing and a concession area with food and drinks.
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1500 W Chestnut St Ste 1, Washington, PA 15301 MoreLess Info
Screens at Washington Crown Center Cinemas have stadium seating and offer listening devices for the hearing impaired. With the newest movies and RealD 3D technology, each visit is a new experience.
93% 1539 votes
4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 MoreLess Info
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is ranked within the top five natural history museums in the United States. The museum's 20 galleries, including one of the best dinosaur collections in the world, cover 115,000 square feet.
92% 371 votes
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15208 MoreLess Info
Housed in the historic home of Henry Clay Frick, the Frick Art & Historical Center illuminates the Gilded Age through fine and decorative art collections and exhibits, and a vintage car and carriage collection. Thematic docent-led tours explore the Victorian era.
Visitors to the Oglebay Institute Glass Museum can see the Sweeney Punch Bowl, the largest piece of cut glass in the world as of 2014. Visitors can also see over 3,000 examples of Wheeling glass and China dating from 1820 to 1939.