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Indoor Fun on Chincoteague Island

Indoor Fun on Chincoteague Island

Chincoteague is a beautiful island with tons of outdoor adventures like hiking, beautiful beaches to explore and wild ponies to search for. But, there’s also plenty to do on Chincoteague who are more indoorsy. Whether you need some fun on a rainy day you need a break from the summer sun, here are a few fun things to do inside on Chincoteague.

Bowling

Just because you’re hanging out inside that doesn’t mean you can’t be active. Bowl a few frames at Libertino Lanes and enjoy a little friendly competition at this old-fashioned bowling alley.

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See a Movie

Grab a seat in the beautiful art deco theater at the Island Roxy. You can catch a new release or grab some popcorn and watch a classic movie or a special screening. If you’re looking to get off the island, head to Pocomoke to see a flick at the Mar-Va Theater. 

Head to a Museum

If you want to get in a little culture during your visit check out a local museum. Whether you want to learn about space exploration, local history or wild ponies you’ll learn something new and have fun at one of these charming museums.

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Grab a Beer

Head to Black Narrows Brewing for good times and good beer. Gather with friends for some craft beer and board games. Their beer lineup rotates regularly so there’s always something new to try. Their tart oyster wheat is particularly popular.

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Curl up With a Book

Whether you’re hiding from a fall chill or a summer storm a book is a great way to escape when you need to be indoors. Stop by Sundial Books and browse their selection of new and used books to find a new favorite or browse the shelves at The Island Library. Chincoteague’s beautiful library is cozy spot to get lost in a book.


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