- TripBuzz found 93 things to do indoors in the Kennebunkport area. From Saint Ann's Church to Jillyanna's Woodfired Cooking School, Kennebunkport offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 92 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 43 different types of things to do inside in or near Kennebunkport, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Religious Buildings, Cooking Classes, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- There are 9 indoor activities in Kennebunkport, and 84 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Portland, Portsmouth, South Portland and Biddeford.
A 1785 Georgian mansion, the Hamilton House was built strategically upon a bluff that overlooks the Salmon Falls River. It was a great location for owner Johnathan Hamilton, a shipping magnate to oversee his business from above. Get to check out the well-manicured gardens too.
The Cinemagic Grand is a movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first run Hollywood movies in all digital video and sound. The theater also shows occasional special presentations, like performances of the Metropolitan Opera.
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333 Clarks Pond Parkway, South Portland, ME 4106 MoreLess Info
The movie theater, Regal Clarks Pond 8 Cinema, offers 3D movie showings as well as discounts for senior citizens. The movie theater offers private screenings to camps, schools, groups, and non-profits organization.
Honoring those from Maine who have served in the military is the mission of the Maine Military Museum. The museum's exhibits recognize service from the Revolutionary War through the present through artifacts and displays.
The Kittery Historical and Naval Museum features the history of Maine's oldest town, settled in 1623. There is a large collection of maritime documents, artifacts and antique ship models on display, plus rare archeological finds.
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11 Avon Street, Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
At the International Cryptozoology Museum, guests can learn about the strange history of legendary creatures like Bigfoot. Visitors can tour through the display area at their leisure and are free to ask the curator questions about the exhibit.