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Rainy Day Activities
Spring is finally here and although there are sun-filled days ahead, there will be plenty of rainy days in store. Fredericktonians of all ages have a wide range of activities to choose from while trying to stay dry. Take advantage of great learning experiences, or have fun with indoor games. Other places will light the nightlife for adults and kids alike.
1- 2014 Summer Ausherman Planetarium – For more information or to order tickets online; click here.
The Ausherman Planetarium is located at the ESSL. It has a 35’ dome that houses a Goto, Chronos Hybrid planetarium system. This planetarium system, installed in 2009, has a mechanical system that realistically models the night sky and a digital system that projects movies 360 degrees.
2- Maryland’s Largest Family Fun Center – Adventure Park USA
With everything from our Desert Oasis Miniature Golf Course to our Rock Wall and Hang ‘Em High Ropes Course, we have enough adventure for the whole family. We even have summer camps for kids! Stay up-to-date with our Event Calendar and start planning your fun-filled trip today. Let the adventure begin!
3. Indoor Fun Center – Backyard Inflatables
Indoor Fun Center great for the whole family. We have a huge selection for the kids up to 15 years of age and a completely separate section for the toddlers 5 and under.
4. Dine at AKA Friscos
Two words: EXPLODED POTATOES.
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5. Trivia, Karaoke & Live Music at Jekyll & Hyde Restaurant & Tavern
Conveniently located in historic downtown Frederick, features a variety of live music, game room equipped with pool tables and dart boards!
6. Indoor Batting Cages at Extra Innings
Extra Innings state of the art indoor baseball training facility has 24 foot high ceilings and over 20,000 square feet, which includes 7 indoor batting and pitching tunnels, 4 coin-operated batting cages, a fully stocked Pro Shop, and birthday party area.
7. Rose Hill Manor Children’s Museum and Park
The Museum focuses on providing children opportunities to experience life in Colonial America from learning to card wool, to grating spices to playing with toys from the past.