- TripBuzz found 179 things to do indoors in the Manchester area. From Holiday Lanes to Hartford Funny Bone Comedy Club, Manchester offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 171 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 56 different types of things to do inside in or near Manchester, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Bowling and Comedy Clubs.
- There are 9 indoor activities in Manchester, and 170 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hartford, Springfield, West Hartford and Bristol.
The Colonial Bowling Center is a trip back in time with it's retro styling and manual score keeping. This is a candlepin alley in true New England tradition. There is no snack bar, but there are vending machines available.
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.
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.
Donated to the town of Stratford, Connecticut in 1949, Boothe Memorial Park & Museum is a free, 32-acre space. It is maintained by volunteers and is open during daylight hours. Its museum contains archives, a geneology library and a rose garden.
Visit ShelaLara Vineyards & Winery and sample from the 20 different wines produced by this female-owned and family operated winery. Tours and sampling are done by reservation so be sure to plan your visit today.
A large selection of local beer is available at Wormtown Brewery, the first and only brewery to use Massachusetts-grown ingredients. Seasonal ales and award-winning brews are among the favorites, along with flavors like blueberry and pumpkin.
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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.
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.