We know how it goes: you've got a rainy day, but you don't want to spend it all cooped up in your house. Check out these 10 best rainy day activities in Ohio. From art museums to a haunted house, we guarantee these activities will help pass the time and keep everyone entertained during this gloomy weather.
If you're looking for a fun and energetic way to spend a rainy afternoon, consider visiting The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At the museum's four theaters for films and ever-changing exhibits, you'll get an up-close look at 30+ years of rockin’ performance highlights.
The Toledo Museum of Art is a great rainy-day destination. Its impressive collection includes works from renowned artists from every period. Paintings by Renoir, sculptures by Alexander Calder, and a vast glass collection are just a few of the treasures on display here.
If the big game gets rained out, visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame. You can teach your kids about their favorite players in their historic bronze-bust gallery, make a call from an interactive replay booth, or take a family photo next to their iconic Lombardi Trophy.
Stop by Ghostly Manor Thrill Center to encounter what Travel Channel viewers call the scariest haunted house in Ohio. Plus, you can ride the fastest virtual roller coaster in the state, play interactive 3D blacklight mini golf, and more.
Head to the Amish Country Theater in Berlin for good, clean fun on a stormy day. From ventriloquists and singers to magicians, there are lots of family-friendly acts.
Want to get outdoors, but the weather isn't cooperating? Head to Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The 88-acre conservatory features exotic plant collections, displays, seasonal exhibitions, and educational programming.
Pins Mechanical Company has the best duckpin, foosball, and arcade games in Ohio. So come by for a cold beer and some good-natured competition with your friends on a drizzly day.
To avoid a rainy-day slump, grab your girlfriends and head to Ugly Bunny Winery. Located in an idyllic setting with a stunning tasting room overlooking manicured grounds, the winery offers tasty wines, ciders, and snacks.
On a rainy day, beat the boredom and visit Jungle Jims, an international supermarket offering over 180,000 unique products, including grocery items. Store tours, food demonstrations, and attractions for the whole family add to the fun of shopping at Jungle Jim's.
At the James A. Garfield National Historic Site, you'll get a personal look at the 20-room farmhouse President Garfield lived in with his wife and children. Beat the drizzle under the same covered porch on which he announced his candidacy.