9 Indoor Activities In Great Falls; There’s Something For Everyone
Looking for something fun to do INDOORS in Great Falls? I did a little digging, and found some pretty cool activities for all ages right here in Great Falls. Click on the links if you want to find out more about these great places for big fun. Be sure and check the gallery at the end.
The Golf Room
The Golf Room offers over 70 courses on their PGA golf simulator. Their website says they're open 24 hours a day, EVERY day. As a non-member, it will run you about 70 cents a minute.
Flippin' Family Fun
Flippin' Family Fun is an indoor trampoline park. The hours vary, and the prices vary by age and time spent at the trampoline park. They offer punch cards and great theme times like Parent Tot Time, Cosmic Night and Drop in Dodgeball.
High-Line Climbing Center
High-Line Climbing Center offers climbing, instruction and even birthday parties! They offer day rates, monthly memberships and punch cards. No need to make a reservation, just stop in and start climbing.
Broke Axe, formerly Carved Axe Throwing, offers 4 lanes with 2 targets each. It runs $20 an hour and their hours vary. They do offer lane booking on line.
Honey Hippo. Play Cafe
Honey Hippo. Play Cafe offers an indoor playground for the littles and coffee for the bigs. What a dreamy idea. Their rates vary from $12 for 2 hours of playtime to birthday party prices and activity prices. This is for our littles from 6 months old to Pre-K.
Escape the Falls Escape Rooms
Escape the Falls gives you and your group 60 minutes to solve the mystery. This is a reservation only activity that offers a variety of Escape rooms like The Asylum and Deception Depot. It will run you about $25 per person.
Brush Crazy is a fun shop to let your van Gogh loose! They offer painting classes, private events and art projects to-Gogh. Prices and times vary.
Wheels of Thunder
Wheels of Thunder is Great Falls' Roller Skating Rink. They also have a great selection of arcade games and a pool table. The hours and prices weren't listed, but I'm sure you could give them a call to get all the info you need to roll your way into some fun.
Littles Lanes and The Black Eagle Community Center both offer open bowling at various times during the week. Be sure and check for leagues before you head down to the alley.