Don’t let a little rain put a damper on your day. Here in Minnesota we love making the most of a gorgeous spring or summer day, but there are also plenty of fun indoor activities right here in Roseville!
Fantasy Flight Game Center
Did you know that a major board game company is based right here in Roseville? Fantasy Flight Games produces a wide variety of board, card, roleplaying, and digital games and more. Their games include many popular licensed titles such as Star Wars, A Game of Thrones, and Lord of the Rings. Their game center boasts a HUGE library of not only their games, but games from other publishers as well. The game center features a café that serves fresh meals and drinks including coffee, wine, and beer. Challenge yourself by learning the rules of a new game or enjoy playing an old favorite!
Hidden Puzzle Rooms
This one’s for the amateur sleuths out there! At Hidden Puzzle Rooms you and your group of 2-10 people will band together to solve a mystery and find the hidden objects before time runs out! Once you choose one of the three rooms, you’ll either be helping Sam Miller find his great-grandfather’s property deed, finding a mob leader’s cash and getting out before the police raid the joint, or taking your final wizarding exam and earning your wand back at the end! Visit their website to book your time slot.
Harriet Alexander Nature Center
If you’re looking for a touch of the outdoors on your rainy day adventure then the Harriet Alexander Nature Center is the place for you. Although best to visit on a day when you can explore the boardwalk, the indoor interpretive center also has a lot to offer. Explore plant and animal life through interactive exhibits, displays, and the life-size indoor tree. Learn even more by browsing the resource and story books in their in-house library. Also keep an eye out for their many special events throughout the year.
Opening in Roseville in May, SeaQuest will bring animals from all over the world under one roof. Not only will you be able to see and interact with marine animals, there will be exotic birds, reptiles, and mammals. Additionally, you can purchase tokens to feed the hungry animals or you can even swim with the stingrays. Navigate through the exhibits at your own pace and learn about the animals from the knowledgeable staff throughout.
The next time a rainy day comes along, you’ll know just what to do. Where are you going to head first? What is your favorite rainy day activity? Do you like to go out or stay in? Sound off in the comments or on our social media.