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Take a break from your Christmas break in Danville

Do you have friends or family visiting for the holidays and don’t want to stay cooped up at home? Spend time exploring Danville and make memories together. Take a lap around the skating rink, try to bowl a strike, discover history in miniature form, learn about a famous surgery, or spend time creating art together during Christmas break.


Art Center for the Bluegrass

Closed December 24th, 25th, and 26th

Spend time creating together at the Art Center of the Bluegrass. You and your family can paint pottery, put paint on canvas, and more.

GLASS National Art Museum

Closed December 24th, 25th, and 26th 

Experience the artwork of Stephen Roth Powell at the newly opened National Glass Museum. Take in the beautiful shapes and colors of Powell’s glass with your friends and family.

Bowling Alley

(859) 236-6452

Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas day

Looking for some friendly competition? Challenge your friends and family to a round of bowling or a game of pool at Danville Bowlarama.

Skating Rink

Closed December 24th – 27th 

The kids will have a blast and the adults will enjoy a bit of nostalgia at Windjammers skating rink.

Great American Dollhouse Museum

Closed December 24th – 26th 

The holidays are all about enjoying the small things so check out the Great American Dollhouse Museum. Try your luck at one of their scavenger hunts, discover history in miniatures, or shop all the tiny things for your next miniature creation.


Paint Parties

You and your loved ones can spend time together painting and creating works of art and memories that will last a lifetime.

Movie Theater

Gather your friends and family for a movie on the big screen at Danville Cinemas 8. Enjoy popcorn, candy, and a good movie with your loved ones.

McDowell House

Enjoy the historic holiday charm of the McDowell House Museum. Unlock a piece of Danville’s history by learning about Dr. McDowell and his incredible surgery.


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