- TripBuzz found 37 things to do indoors in the Manchester area. From Northshire Bookstore to Manchester Hot Glass, Manchester offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 91 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 46 different types of things to do inside in or near Manchester, Vermont. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Arts Centers, Science Museums and Specialty Museums.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Manchester, and 30 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Bennington, Wilmington, Ludlow and Arlington.
Voted Best Bookstore in the country by Publisher's Weekly magazine, Northshire Bookstore is a family-owned independent bookstore in a historic Victorian farmhouse and inn. Calendar includes frequent author readings and events.
Dedicated to creative discover, intellectual awareness, the Museum of Creative Process, bridges art and science offering visitors an insight into human relations. Featuring works of art, prose, lectures, and exhibits, visit today and be enlightened.
The Spa at Equinox is a full-service resort spa offering treatments and products native to Vermont. Facilities include saunas and steam baths, an indoor heated swimming pool, yoga, pilates and meditation, along with a variety of massage and spa treatments.
Operating since 1968, the American Museum of Flyfishing provides permanent fly fishing collections and exhibitions. The museum features over 1,400 rods, 1,200 reels, and 22,000 flies along with art, photographs and other archival materials.
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Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home was the summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln, the eldest son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. The Home is open to guests for tours of the home, grounds and walking trails.
A group of local artists founded the Southern Vermont Arts Center in a historic Georgian mansion. Along with a permanent collection of more than 700 paintings, the center offers changing exhibits and a performing arts theater.
The years that the artist spent in the area between the years of 1939 and 1953 are memorialized at the Norman Rockwell Exhibition. The specific pieces shown at the display focus on the community and lives of those who lived in the area.