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75 Best Indoor Places In America For Fun (When It's Too Cold Outside)
A national landmark, astronomy, and astrophysics museum Adler Planetarium is a must for any stargazer visiting Chicago. Opened in 1930, it has amazing space science exhibitions, three full-size theaters, a collection of antique scientific instruments, and the Doane Observatory.
Adler Planetarium
At Camelback Lodge in Tannersville, Pennsylvania you’ll find Aquatopia, a year-round indoor water park home to 13 water slides, seven pools, a swim-up bar, and multiple interactive play centers. Named Best Indoor Waterpark by USA Today, it also has a transparent roof that allows guests to get some sunshine year round.
Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark
Boasting a permanent collection of almost 300,000 artworks plus over 30 yearly special exhibitions, The Art Institute of Chicago is home to many iconic paintings. Guests travel from all over to see works by Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Andy Warhol, and Jackson Pollock.
Art Institute of Chicago
A great spot for agile, aspiring tightrope walkers of all ages BeanStalk Adventure Ropes Course in Reading, Massachusetts is a ropes course and zip line about 12 to 24 feet above the ground with crisscross walks, angled rope ladders, zig-zag beams, and spaghetti hand lines, among other challenges.
BeanStalk Adventure Ropes
Enjoy a tour and your favorite ice cream flavors at the Ben & Jerry's Factory in Waterbury, Vermont, where you can sample the flavor of the day, learn the company's history, shop for some merch and visit their Flavor Graveyard, where discontinued flavors have been "put to rest."
Ben & Jerry's Factory