Maryland February 19, 2016
10 Awesome Things You Can Do In Maryland When It’s Raining
As we’ve discussed in previous posts, there are hundreds of things to do outdoors in Maryland. But when the weather doesn’t cooperate, it can put a downer on our plans. Not to worry. There are still quite a few things you can do indoors that are equally,
if not more, fun! Here are 10 awesome things you can do in Maryland on a rainy day.
1. Earth Treks Climbing Centers, various locations
has three locations in Maryland (Columbia, Timonium & Rockville), all of which have epic indoor climbing spaces.
2. Maryland Science Center, Baltimore
3. Monster Mini Golf, various locations
You can currently find
Monster Mini Golf
in Jessup, Gaithersburg, and Towson. It's a spooktacular and surreal way to mini golf indoors.
4. Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons
There's lots to learn at
Calvert Marine Museum
. From boat history to the wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay, a trip to this museum is perfect for a rainy day.
5. Sky Zone Trampoline Park, various locations
Jump up, jump up and get down at
! With several locations in Maryland, there's sure to be one not too far from you.
6. National Aquarium, Baltimore
Head to the
for a day full of ocean exploration. The exhibits here are fascinating and you may never want to leave.
7. Crystal Grottoes Caverns, Boonsboro
Get out of the rain and into a cave! At
Crystal Grottoes Caverns
you'll be amazed at the unique beauty hidden from the outside world. According to the website, these caverns have more formations per square foot than any other cave in the world.
8. Castle Laser Tag, Bowie
Sure, you can find laser tag in a few places throughout Maryland, but only
Castle Laser Tag
takes you back into the time of castles and knights. Venture through fog, lights, and sounds for a most epic journey.
9. Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, Cumberland
10. Ripley's Believe It Or Not, Ocean City & Baltimore
There's no denying that
Ripley's Believe It Or Not
is rather touristy. Still, it IS convenient to visit on a rainy day and there's just something about oddities that are captivating.
Where are your favorite places to explore when the weather is dreary? Share in the comments!