- TripBuzz found 86 things to do indoors in the Kent area. From Morrison Gallery to Heron American Craft Gallery, Kent offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 201 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 63 different types of things to do inside in or near Kent, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Theaters.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Kent, and 78 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Poughkeepsie, Danbury, Torrington and Hyde Park.
Heron American Craft Gallery is a shop with all kinds of handmade art gifts including jewelry, pottery, clothing and toys. It also serves as a gallery with the range of items on display from glass and sculptures to prints.
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8 Old Barn Road, Kent, CT 6757 MoreLess Info
The Morrison Gallery is a nationally renowned modern art and sculpture museum that features the works of local and nationally known artists. The gallery uses its indoor and outdoor spaces for special exhibitions and is open daily for visitors.
One of the state's most unusual museums, Connecticut Antique Machinery is an indoor-outdoor institution featuring refurbished farm equipment and factory appliances. It is a favorite destination among lovers of antiques and technology.
The Sloane-Stanley Museum & Kent Furnace is a historical museum that displays a large variety of early American tools. The museum is also home to the Kent Furnace, which is a historic furnace that began producing pig iron in 1826.
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31 Kent Cornwall Road, Kent, CT 6757 MoreLess Info
In dedication of the artist, author, illustrator, and collector, the Eric Sloane Museum & Kent Iron Furnace features Sloaneâ€™s collection of hand tools and a replica of his studio. The granite blast Kent Iron Furnace resides on the museum property.
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44 Upland Rd, The Henderson Cultural Center, New Milford, CT MoreLess Info
The Silo Cooking School at Hunt Hill Farm is a professional cooking school that consists of a museum, a gallery, a cultural center, and a land preserve. The school teaches classes on gourmet cooking techniques and also has kids classes.
Nestled in Sharon, Connecticut, the Sharon Audubon Center is a nature preserve and interpretive center staffed by naturalists. It is particularly important as a sanctuary for birds of prey. The Center sits on roughly 1,100 acres of wooded land.