Indoor Fun in Shawnee Oklahoma
While Oklahoma averages 231 sunny days a year, some of those sunny days can be on really cold days. And it does snow in Oklahoma. On those really cold, snowy days, you’re looking for fun things to do indoors. Here’s all the fun things to do indoors in Shawnee.
See a mummy at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art. Father Gregory Gerrer traveled Europe, Africa, and South America and amassed quite a collection of artifacts and art. See Egyptian, Greek and Roman objects and art including Tu Tu - Oklahoma’s only mummy!
At the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center, you can stroll galleries that feature tribal history ranging from pre-contact history to present day. Bonus! Admission is free.
See a stuffed Alaskan bear, player piano, antique phones, railroad memorabilia, several model train sets and a scale model of downtown Shawnee in the Pottawatomie County Museum. Stroll (or slide) across the complex to see the historic Depot.
From hot air balloons to rockets, the Aerospace Career Museum showcases wonderful exhibits on everything that takes to the skies. The museum is located in the Shawnee Regional Airport Terminal
Yo Selfie Factory is an interactive experience in which the Factory provides cool themed backdrops, ring lights, and holders for you to take pictures by yourself and with your friends using your phone or own camera.
Incredible Inflatables is located inside a 7,200sq ft. building, with 6 giant industrial-sized inflatables.
Nerfed is an indoor Nerf arena that has many guns and obstacles to keep your group busy!
On the Pier Arcade has classic arcade games for all ages, located right at the heart of Shawnee Mall!
Also in the mall, the Community Art Gallery. They have tables and supplies for visitors to walk in and paint at their leisure for a small fee.
If you care to drive, three places very near to Shawnee:
Jasmine Moran Children's Museum in Seminole offers the unique experience for children of all ages to pretend to be everything from a surgeon to a pilot! There are hands-on activities like duck races, a bubble factory, the Jasmine Ark and Playground Towers and a 16-foot climbing labyrinth.
Seminole Nation Museum in Wewoka chronicle the events and stories that shaped the home of the Seminoles for more than a century.
And the Route 66 Interpretive Center in Chandler is an A/V museum highlighting all aspects of Route 66.