Things To Do In Belleville

16 Live Insanity Boot-Camp Classes or Month of Smart Group Training Boot Camp at SwaggHer Fitness (Up to 63% Off)

SwaggHER Fitness

Belleville

$160 $60

Experienced instructors lead popular, high-intensity Insanity classes or help clients achieve goals through a resistance-training program

$29 for Bowling with Shoe Rental, Soda, and Popcorn for Up to Five at St. Clair and Bel-Air Bowl (Up to $64.95 Value)

St. Clair and Bel-Air Bowl

Multiple Locations

$64.95 $29

Two bowling alleys welcome guests to a combined 82 lanes for a pair of games complemented by popcorn and soda

Six-Week Speed-Training or Soccer Program with T-Shirt at Elite FT (Up to 55% Off). 12 Options Available.

Elite FT

Multiple Locations

$105 $49

Professional athletes and coaches teach running mechanics and balance in conditioning camps or train kids in intensive soccer camps

All-Day Paintball for One, Two, or Four with Gear and Paintballs at Xtreme Paintball Park (Up to 51% Off)

Xtreme Paintball Park St Louis

Millstadt

$30 $15

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Woods, grassy fields, and castles host fast-paced Capture the Flag and Elimination scenarios

Roller-Skating Package for 2 or 4, or Party Package at Fun Spot Skating Center in Belleville (Up to 50% Off)

Fun Spot Skating Center

Belleville

$34 $17

Computerized lights flash above a classic, solid maple roller-skating rink as speakers play popular music

$10 for $20 Worth of Pottery Painting at Pottery Hollow 

Pottery Hollow

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Paint ceramic mugs, figurines, and platters with colorful pigments inside a studio with an enchanted-forest theme

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Becky Kern began teaching dance classes in her basement in 1961. She had just five students who paid a mere $5 a month, but before long the tapping of toes had her neighbors complaining so she opened Becky Kern's Dance Studio. Today, Becky's daughter-in-law and granddaughter keep the studio running smoothly whether teaching 3 year olds how to move creatively with their bodies or coaching teens on the competitive dance team. Six days a week, groups gather to practice tumbling, jazz, and contemporary dance moves in front of the studio's full-length mirrors, where students can follow along with instructors. BYOB ballroom-dancing classes are also available for adults, who can pop corks and learn swirling steps during fun, engaging classes.

2346 Mascoutah Ave
Belleville,
IL
US

With dozens of lanes that boast auto-scoring capabilities and plenty of on-site amenities, the St. Clair and Bel-Air bowling centers set the standard for high-tech bowling. With feet comfortably ensnared inside a pair of bowling shoes, bowlers will be able to topple phalanxes of uppity pins with the perfect fusion of style, power, and grace—dazzling onlookers with the flashy footwork and skillful tosses of ice-skating pizza makers. To prevent premature conclusions to a night of merrymaking, 10 arcade tokens will extend the entertainment past your double bout of ball-hurling. At St. Clair, bowlers can select from 50 different lanes, and the Bel-Air facility is permeated with free Internet beams that can only be perceived by WiFi-enabled computers and tinfoil-hat-enabled heads. Food and beverages are available at both locations.

200 S Belt W
Belleville,
IL
US

Rows of red, green, and golden lights stream above the solid maple skating rink at Fun Spot Skating Center, where guests glide along during open hours and special skating events. Much like the popular video game Extreme Hoop Trundler 2012, Fun Spot blends classic and modern entertainment, filling the retro space with computerized light sequences set to digital stereo sound. A full-service pro shop works to outfit guests with well-fitting skates, and an onsite snack bar fuels festivities with pizzas, soda, and other eats.

1400 West Blvd
Belleville,
IL
US

Skyview Drive-In Theater, opened in 1949, has weathered the ravages of multiple tornados, enduring as a two-screen throwback to old-school cinema. When the sun sets, the twin screens display double features of recent Hollywood releases in clear digital format, while FM radio simulcasts the soundtracks. The viewing area?organized so taller cars never cut off smaller cars' sightlines?borders a playground for youngsters and a concession stand with classic movie snacks. Celebrating its roots, the theater occasionally hosts classic car (defined as 1987 or older) night where the driver is admitted free. For first-timers, Skyview Drive-In offers thorough responses to FAQs.

5700 N Belt W
Belleville,
IL
US

On 18 playing fields at two Wacky Warriors locations, players can storm a two-story castle, take cover behind barrels stacked in pyramids, and weave through red inflatables. Each 15-minute open-play game mixes novice and expert participants, who compete in matches such as hide-and-seek and capture the flag under the watchful eye of trained referees. Fighters take to the fields with their choice of more than 500 rental markers; spectators can monitor the action from netted areas next to the brickyard and airball fields.

Along with open play, Wacky Warriors hosts private parties and special events such as zombie-apocalypse scenarios. After bouts, players can relax in the pavilion, sign their artwork on opponents' gear, and grill up a feast in Wacky Warriors' massive barbecue pits.

3908 Mine Haul Road
Millstadt,
IL
US

UMP Late Models, UMP modifieds, and three other racing models hurtle past spectators on laps around Belle-Clair Speedway's 1/5–mile dirt oval track during the two- or three-wide races held from mid-March to October. During a smattering of special events throughout the season, fans cheer on the diminutive POWRi Midgets, POWRi Micro Sprints, and pogo sticks hitched to Lamborghini engines as they whip around the track. Belle-Clair Speedway hosts promotional activities at every race, ranging from cash and T-shirt giveaways for adults to bike races for kids.

200 S Belt E
Belleville,
IL
US