- 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.
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At Family Bowlaway Fun Center, visitors can enjoy a game of cyber bowling and a pizza from the concession stand any night of the week. The center hosts unlimited bowling sessions on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights.
A 40-lane bowling center, Family Bowlaway offers bowling for both casual and league bowlers as well as a laser tag arena. The center provides arcade games, a bar and grill, flat-screen televisions and live entertainment.
Family Bowlaway Fun Center is a bowling alley and arcade. Along with standard open bowling, Family Bowlaway offers cyber bowling and laser storm bowling sessions. The alley is available for private party hosting and maintains an in-house bar and grill.
Built as a memorial to Srila Prabhuapada, founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, the Gold Palace has a thirty-ton main dome with a 4,200-piece crystal ceiling and walls made from 52 varieties of marble and onyx. Visitors can also see rose gardens and over 100 water fountains.
Touted as the only museum in the western part of Pennsylvania that features Japanese and Chinese art, the Maridon Museum is located in Butler, Pennsylvania. The museum showcases 800 pieces of Asian artwork, including tapestries and jade and porcelain objects.
In operation since the 1950s, New Castle Playhouse Inc features a wide range of performing arts productions, from plays to musical tributes. The playhouse hosts several youth workshops that teach the basics of acting.
A non profit community theater organization, the Butler Little Theatre Group presents an array of productions, including comedies, dramas, and mysteries. The group holds auditions, and offers a wealth of backstage experiences for volunteers.