Phoenix, AZ

Rainy days adventures in Phoenix

Alistair Dominguez

PHOENIX, AZ - If you're reading this, it's probably one of the rare days throughout the year when rain falls from the sky in Phoenix.

However, don't allow a little rain to keep you locked up on the couch for the entire day. Check out these Phoenix weather-proof indoor activities that will help you get through a rainy day.

  • Go to a museum
    Whether it's a drizzle, a deluge, or a dust storm, you can depend on the various museums in the Phoenix region to keep you safe from the weather. You can admire classic and modern art pieces at the Phoenix Art Museum, or check out an interactive exhibition at the Arizona Science Center.
  • Visit the mall
    If you needed another excuse to spoil yourself, head to Scottsdale Fashion Square when it's raining. Catch a movie at Harkins Camelview at Fashion Square, watch the storm come in from the comfort of Kona Grill or Yard House's covered patios, or cure your rainy-day blues with retail therapy at Arizona's biggest shopping center's hundreds of businesses.
  • Check out the cinema
    At Alamo Drafthouse, where great movies, cold beer, and good food come together in perfect harmony, there's no such thing as a boring rainy day. Inside either of their Tempe or Chandler locations, the only condensation you'll notice is on your ice-cold pint glass.
  • Grab a drink
    It's pouring inside local Phoenix breweries and coffee businesses when it's raining outside. Instead of checking your weather app, treat yourself to a hot cappuccino or a cool pint. Cartel Coffee Lab is a good place to try.
  • Do family-friendly activities
    When it's raining, pouring, and your kids are complaining that it's boring. Get out of the house and visit Legoland Discovery Center, Odysea Aquarium, and Butterfly Wonderland to keep your family occupied. Race Lego vehicles or hang around with stingrays to work up an appetite.

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