It’s soggy and foggy, LOU — and just like John Fogerty, we want to know “Who’ll Stop The Rain.”
While we wait, we’ve got you covered with a few ways to spend the weekend indoors, as the weather continues to shower down on Derby City.
Ditch the board games
Head to Oxmoor Mall and try out one of 11 different games at the recently opened Immersive Gamebox or book a session at Active Games in J-town. We also recommend playing the “Clue” escape room at Louisville Breakout Games — which we never solved by the way.
Bonus: Scrounge up the couch change to play pinball at these four bars and restaurants.
Louisville movie night
Stick your nose in a local book
You can choose any of these 15 locally written books, but on a weekend like this, we recommend David Dominé’s true crime novel “A Dark Room in Glitter Ball City.” The page-turner tells the saga of an Old Louisville murder in 2010 + once the weather improves, you can take the accompanying walking tour guided by Dominé to see the places in the book.
Explore a museum
Not that we’re keeping track, but when’s the last time you visited one of Louisville’s 10+ museums? The Portland Museum, 21c Museum Hotel, and Speed Art Museum (on Sundays) all offer free admission, too.