It may be a bit too muddy and wet to explore outside today (not if you ask my daughter), but that doesn’t mean that we have to resort to tv all day. Instead, check out this list of great places in the area to explore indoors. What’s your favorite rainy day activity? Let me know if there’s something I missed. firstname.lastname@example.org
WV State Museum (Charleston) FREE Tue-Sat 9am-5pm
Huntington Museum of Art (Huntington) FREE every Tuesday.
Blenko Glass Tours (Milton) FREE-tours available on request
Heritage Farm and Museum (Huntington) Open year round-hours vary by season. There is a village tour, doll museum, zoo tours, and more! Admission fee can be found here.
Billy Bob’s Wonderland (Barboursville) Family Fun Center-no admission price. Free animatronic puppet show. Game tokens can be purchased for a fee.
Chad Pennington Marshall Hall of Fame Museum (Huntington) FREE-sports museum.
South Charleston Museum and Interpretive Center (South Charleston)
South Charleston Memorial Ice Arena (Charleston) Check the calendar for April dates and times for Open Skate.
Highlands Discovery Museum (Ashland) Admission fee $6.50, $5 children over 2.
Fannin Car Museum (Ashland) FREE classic car collection.
Clay Center (Charleston) museum admission $7.50+
Point Pleasant River Museum (Point Pleasant) $5 adults, $2 children T-F 10am-3pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 1-5pm
Pottery Place (varied locations) Fee based on art piece.
Krispy Kreme (South Charleston)-it’s educational (okay, maybe that’s a bit of a stretch)!
Colonial Lanes (Huntington) Prices vary by day
So-Kai Unlimited (Winfield) has open play from 9am-1pm
One of my wee babes favorite activities is to play at (any) Mall play place. Chick Fil-A and McDonald’s have play places too.
Or, you can check out an early bird showing at Marquee or Cinemark theaters. The Jungle Book and Zootopia are still showing.