Indoor Rainy Day Activities Near I-Drive

Escape the rain with these activities in Orlando
Indoor Rainy Day Activities Near I-Drive

Rainy days are a certainty during Orlando summers, so you should be prepared with rain-out plans, especially if you're on vacation here. Although you may eventually have fond memories of wearing soggy socks in the radiating heat of a theme park, the in-the-moment experience won't be nostalgic right when it's happening. To help you avoid that anguish, we've compiled a list of the best indoor activities near I-Drive to prevent you from getting drenched.

The Bureau

Orlando Rainy Day Activities

Before we dive into the list, we've gotta give ourselves (The Bureau escape rooms) a shout-out as a great indoor activity for a rainy day. Explore themed environments, find clues, and collaborate with your friends to solve puzzles. Don't worry, you're not locked in like you might imagine if you've seen the escape room movie. This is more like going on a real-life adventure to defeat an evil genius, save a loch ness monster, or steal an ancient artifact. Go on a rainproof adventure today!

K1 Speed

K1 Speed provides an opportunity to get out all your traffic frustrations out on a closed loop with no cops in sight, and it's all indoors! Their electric karts have instant torque and can reach speeds of up to 45mph. These aren't your usual gas-powered carts of yesteryear.

Kings Bowling

Sometimes it takes a vacation to do a classic. And in this case, it's bowling. Kings offers spacious lanes with an elevated retro environment. Shelve your expectations for crinkle fries, because even the food and drinks are elevated here.


Golfing may not sound like an indoor activity, but it is at Topgolf! You can drive golf balls as far as you possibly can without even leaving the covered area of the multi-level Topgolf building. What's more, you can choose the type of game you want to play. if you've never been to one of these, it feels like a mix of golf and bowling. You can have an awesome time even if you're not a regular Tiger Woods.

The Mall at Millenia

If you're absolutely dying to scratch that shopping itch but the rain is putting a damper on your plans to visit I-Drive's open air outlets, consider driving a few minutes west on I-4 to The Mall at Millenia. This is Orlando's premier mall, and it's flanked by additional eating options that aren't limited to your usual food court fare. When you're ready to get back to the parks, just hop back on I-4 east and you'll be back at Disney or Universal in no time.


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