- TripBuzz found 34 things to do indoors in the Lincoln area. From Jean's Playhouse to BarnZ's Lincoln Cinema, Lincoln offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 62 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 41 different types of things to do inside in or near Lincoln, New Hampshire. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Scenic Railroads and Art Gallery.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Lincoln, and 30 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Littleton, Franconia, Bethlehem and Plymouth.
Nestled among the White Mountains, Jean's Playhouse offers year-round dramatic performances as well as educational programs. It is host to a variety of theater companies, including a children's theater company and a teen theater company.
Located within Franconia Notch State Park, Lafayette Campground features wooded campsites each with a picnic table and a fire pit. The campground offers coin-operated showers and an area suitable for hiking and snowshoeing.
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35 Village Rd Town Sq, Bldg C, Waterville Valley, NH 3215 MoreLess Info
Devoted to the lives and legacy of the creators and writers of the beloved Curious George series, the Margret & HA Rey Center offers a wide variety of educational and environmentally-focused programs for kids and adults.
87% 15 votes
11 Noon Peak Road, Waterville Valley, NH 03259 MoreLess Info
Focused on providing the town with healthy and entertaining activity options, the Town of Waterville Valley Recreation Department offers a variety of programs and services year-round, aimed at all ages.
95% 38 votes
Franconia Notch State Pkwy, exit 34B, Franconia, NH 03580 MoreLess Info
The New England Ski Museum offers a history of skiing cover 8,000 years in its exhibits. In particular, the museum features Olympian and native Bode Miller and the construction of the nearby Cannon Mountain Ski Resort.
Frost Place was the home of poet Robert Frost. Those visiting this site can see many first-edition Frost books, a half-mile nature trail where Frost wrote many of his books, and the property is often used for poetry conferences.