- TripBuzz found 308 things to do indoors in the Marblehead area. From Jeremiah Lee Mansion to King Hooper Mansion, Marblehead offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 225 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 55 different types of things to do inside in or near Marblehead, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Historic Homes, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Marblehead, and 301 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Salem and Hingham.
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170 Washington St., Marblehead, MA 1945 MoreLess Info
Marblehead Museum & Historical Society comprises of the historic Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the J.O.J. Frost Folk Art Collection as well as the archives of Marblehead history, all of which feature a range of authentic artifacts and offer guided tours.
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Warwick Place, 123 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, MA 01945 MoreLess Info
The Warwick Cinema is a movie theater that features intimately styled auditoriums that have luxury rocker stadium style seating. The theater also has a screening room that is used for limited or private events.
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1 Community Road, Marblehead, MA 1945 MoreLess Info
The Jewish Historical Society of the North Shore presents a collection of videos, books, and photographs documenting the nation's early Jewish history, the exodus from Russia, and vast genealogy documentation.
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115 Derby Street, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
The House of the Seven Gables is an original colonial mansion dating back to late 17th-century which operates as a local museum today featuring restored period furnishings and a variety of other artifacts.
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery is a local monster museum which features the private collection of James Lurgio comprising of around 50 different characters spanning the history of horror in Hollywood movies. Besides the full-sized replicas, the gallery also houses many movie props.
Guests can board a full length pirate ship and explore an 80 foot cave as part of the New England Pirate Museum which brings the 1690s to life. Artifacts from sunken ships and pirate treasures form the bulk of the displayed collections.