Indoor Adventure in Richmond, BC
Looking for fun activities to do indoors? There are plenty of indoor adventures waiting to be had in Richmond, ranging from exploring interactive museums to playing at the wave pool!
Want to live out your Olympic dreams? At the Olympic Experience at the Richmond Olympic Oval you can try sport simulators, test your reaction time, and try your hand at broadcasting an Olympic event. This interactive museum is located in the Richmond Olympic Oval, where you can also drop in for fitness classes, use the fitness machines, play basketball and even go ice skating.
Want to do learn more about Richmond? Visit the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, where kids and adults can take part in activities and learn about Richmond’s maritime history; or stop by the Richmond Cultural Centre, which houses the Richmond Museum and Richmond Art Gallery.
If you’re looking to test your brain, head to one of Richmond’s indoor escape room games. Escape rooms are a mental game – you are put into a themed room where there are a number of puzzles to solve, and if you solve them all, you escape and claim ultimate bragging rights! If you don’t escape, your game time simply runs out and you’ll just have to come back and try again. Trust us, you'll want to! Escape rooms are best for teenagers and adults as they can be difficult for young children. Book a time slot at an escape room such as EXIT Canada and bring your friends and family - it's a great activity for small groups.
Some of the other great indoor adventures you can have in Richmond include visiting Watermania, a fun indoor pool with slides, a wave pool, spring boards and whirlpools; checking out the Jump and Kick Zones (trampoline park and bubble soccer) at Apex Adventure Plex; playing indoor beach volleyball or archery tag (a combination of paintball, dodgeball and archery, with foam-tipped arrows) at 6Pack Indoor Beach; jumping to your heart’s content at the Extreme Air Park, Canada’s largest trampoline park; and practicing your curling skills at the Richmond Curling Club.