- TripBuzz found 15 things to do indoors in the Wasilla area. From North Bowl to Dorothy G Page Museum, Wasilla offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 10 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 11 different types of things to do inside in or near Wasilla, Alaska. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, History Museums, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Wasilla, and 9 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Eagle River and Palmer.
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A 32-lane bowling center, North Bowl hosts both open and league bowling as well as tournaments and private parties. The center provides an arcade room, neon bowling and a bar with flat-screen televisions, pool tables and dart boards.
Featuring a number of local and frightening actors, Gateway To Darkness is a local haunted attraction that is open during the Halloween season. Those who love the thrill of being frightened commonly visit the attraction.
Offering digital projection, The Valley Cinema plays the latest movie releases. They have a small arcade for games and a concession stand with meals like cheesesteak. They also offer beer and wine after 9 p.m.
The early days of the Knik community are on display at Knik Museum and Musher's Hall of Fame. Artifacts include clothing, furniture, tools and more. On the second floor, the Musher's Hall of Fame honors dogs and mushers who contributed to sled dog racing.
Collecting, preserving, and celebrating the history of Palmer, Alaska, The Palmer Historical Society maintains the Colony House Museum. The society hosts frequent history themed events, as well, and creates a periodic newsletter.
Located in the restored home of one of the first arrivals in the area, the Colony House Museum celebrates the traditions and history of the local area. The museum is run by the local historical society and is open daily.
Drawing its name from Arkrose Peak, Arkrose Brewery is a seven barrel production microbrewery in Palmer Valley. The brewery offers a tasting room and hosts special events during the month involving tours, art, and chocolate. They feature four flagship beers.