- TripBuzz found 254 things to do indoors in the Brockton area. From Westgate Lanes Inc to Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 280 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 63 different types of things to do inside in or near Brockton, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Recreation Centers, Bowling and Symphony Halls.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Brockton, and 247 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Hingham and Attleboro.
Featuring 62 lanes, Westgate Lanes Inc offers both ten-pin and candlepin bowling suitable for individuals, groups and leagues. The center provides billiard tables, arcade games and high-definition televisions along with a pub and grill.
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Located in Brockton, Massachusetts, the Fuller Craft Museum hosts a variety of craft workshops and displays exhibits that are devoted to the art of contemporary craft. Programs instruct participants in the use of textiles and crafting design.
Originally formed in 1948 as the Brockton Orchestral Society, the Brockton Symphony Orchestra is a professional-caliber orchestra that performs a variety of shows each year. The orchestra is conducted by Maestro James M. Orent.
The Maliotis Cultural Center is a center for the performing arts that also features lectures and seminars, conferences and meetings, and various types of celebrations. The facility is made up of two levels of seating.
First opened in 1992, the Brockton Fire Museum works to preserve the history of firefighting in the area of Brockton. The building itself is made to convey the atmosphere of a Victorian fire station, and thousands of firefighting objects are held in the 2,000-square-foot space.
The Stoughton Historical Society is a resource for local history and genealogy. Dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of the local area, the society maintains archives and maps, and publishes a variety of books about local history.
The historic home of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder and leader of the Christian Science movement, the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House offers guided tours as well as a museum that showcases archives, artifacts, and a variety of other materials.
The Old Colony YMCA is a community center and organization primarily specializing in programs for children, young adults, and families. They host summer day camps and sponsor local swim teams and tumbling groups among other activities.