When temperatures dip or the summer rains are persisting, it can be hard to keep the kids entertained. We’ve pulled together a list of the best indoor attractions in Dublin to take your kids, and still have fun yourself.
Scene75 is the largest indoor entertainment facility in America and one of Dublin’s top indoor entertainment destinations providing an opportunity for everyone of all ages to get out and have an amazing time in Dublin, Ohio. Be sure to check out the indoor roller coaster and two-story drop tower! Click here for 5 reasons to visit.
Round up your group for a pulse-pounding, adrenaline-filled-fun outing as you play crazy backyard, outdoor games - indoors. Enjoy activities such as axe throwing, football bowling, beersbee, balls in a china shop and more!
Enjoy a day of indoor fun with some old school entertainment at PINS Mechanical with some duckpin bowling, pinball, ping pong and more! PINS has a full bar offering local brews and craft cocktails for the adults and kids are welcome before 8 pm. TIP: PINS welcomes you to bring or order food from a nearby restaurant.
Attached to PINS Mechanical, 16-bit "barcade" is perfect for lovers of classic games. Try your hand at over 40 vintage arcade games, while enjoying craft cocktails and beers.
@kalahrae snapped this shot of her kiddos enjoying 16-bit!
Bring your own skates or rent some when you come to Public Skate at the Chiller Ice Rink. Don’t know how to skate? No worries - the Chiller offers year-round lessons for all skill levels and ages.
Besides having 4 indoor sports fields, a basketball/volleyball court, batting cages, an arcade room and a cafe with 2 TVs, the facility also offers an inflatable area with a 22’ slide, a bounce house and an obstacle course. Spend the afternoon here, or host the ultimate birthday party!
LEGOLAND is a world of color, creativity and fun for children aged 3 to 10. With a bricktacular play zone, two rides, a 4D cinema, 10 uniquely themed LEGO play zones and MINILAND Ohio, a re-creation of Ohio's iconic landmarks, you will find fun around every corner.
There’s no better time to head to COSI than on cold or rainy days. Enjoy hands-on exhibits, watch live shows, ride a high-wire unicycle, travel back in time and create your own gadgets. Plus, you can check out the planetarium. Who knew science could be this fun?!
Note: COSI is currently closed until further notice.
Go back in time at the Ohio History Center. Explore exhibits showing the evolution of the American home, how certain animal species became extinct, archaeological artifacts from over 15,000 years of Ohio heritage and much, much more.
Note: Ohio History Center and Ohio Village are closed until further notice.
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