As fall approaches, the weather will start to get a bit chilly in Halton. You may think that the cold weather will stop you from having fun trips, but you may want to hold that thought. There are plenty of fun indoor activities just outside of the area. Here are five indoor activities you can try this fall outside of Halton.
Who doesn’t like bouncing on a trampoline? This vast indoor trampoline park offers multiple trampolines and numerous games to play including basketball, dodgeball, a battle beam, foam pits and a rope ladder challenge.
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Here’s your chance to take a spin around a sizeable indoor go-kart track in style. There are karts available for racers of all ages, including a pro membership for anyone that’s over the age of 18 or has a G1 license. There is also glow in the dark mini-golf available, as well as party and corporate event hosting.
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Indoor paintball is a blast no matter what time of year it is. Being indoors makes games more close quarters and tense, which is perfect if you have a competitive side. There’s also a wide variety of games to play such as capture the flag, attack and defend, president, hostage and zombies!
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The Bird Kingdom is the largest free-flying indoor aviary in the world. You can see hundreds of tropical birds as you explore the pathways throughout the multi-level rainforest. Meet friendly parrots and exotic animals, explore the Night Jungle that is home to curious owls, bats and fascinating creatures. If you want a closer look, lorikeet Landing provides an unforgettable experience where you may feed and interact with the playful lorikeet birds!
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The Ontario Science Centre is a blast for the entire family, with enough activities to fill your whole day. There are loads of exhibits based on different themes of science like electricity, the human body, wildlife, and space. You can even watch a movie in the massive Imax theatre, that surrounds you both visually and with audio! The center also hosts numerous events throughout the year, so there is always something fresh to go and experience.
Photo courtesy of the Ontario Science Centre