- TripBuzz found 130 things to do indoors in the Litchfield area. From Tapping Reeve House & Law School to Litchfield Historical Society, Litchfield offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 227 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 68 different types of things to do inside in or near Litchfield, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Winery/Vineyard, Theaters and Movie Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Litchfield, and 127 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Waterbury, West Hartford, Bristol and Torrington.
Denning's Point Distillery is an urban distillery that produces vodka and whiskey. They offer tours of the brewing facility and samples in their tasting room, and their 2,800 square feet space is available for parties and special events.
Enchanted Circle Children's Theater is a non-profit theater company that inspires and engages learning through the arts. Through the creative process students perform original works in tune with their academic curriculum.
Fun-E Farm is an indoor bounce house fun center operated and owned by parents. They offer multiple inflatable structures including slides, obstacle courses, belly bouncers, interactive bubbles and toddler bounces and are geared towards children aged 1 to 12.
At Ulster Performing Arts Center, visitors can see a variety of performances, from rock bands, to comedians, to musicals, to orchestras. The theater is located in a historic brick building with Greek Revival architecture.
A showcase for local artists, River Winds Gallery features a variety of art pieces from paintings to contemporary crafts. Recognized as a leading gallery in Hudson Valley, aspiring artists can also take classes or participate in workshops here.
Local, a hub of artists making beautiful handmade creations, invites guests to come check out the action, work, and finished products. Items include small felt dolls, hand crafted dinnerware, paintings, textiles, and more.
Founded in 2004, New York's Beacon Artist Union is a gallery the supports and promotes local artists, collaborative curatorial projects and the surrounding community. The space also hosts performances such as film screenings and live music.