- TripBuzz found 107 things to do indoors in the Middletown area. From Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre & Children's Theatre to The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theater & Children's Theatre, Middletown offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 146 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 66 different types of things to do inside in or near Middletown, Maryland. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Winery/Vineyard, Movie Theaters, Theaters and History Museums.
- There are 0 indoor activities in Middletown, and 107 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hagerstown, Purcellville, Frederick and Leesburg.
Through music, photos, and wax figures, the John Brown Wax Museum tells the story of John Brown's attack on Harpers Ferry. John Brown led an attempt in 1859 to stop slavery, and his story became the popular Battle Hymn of the Republic song.
The Thurmont Regional Library offers a wide variety of materials and programs along with wifi and computers. The library features unique architecture that is a reflection of the nearby historical Catoctin Furnace.
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Princess and East German Streets, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 MoreLess Info
Located in the Entler Hotel is West Virginia's historic Shepherdstown Museum. The museum was founded to preserve the areas structures, artifacts, furniture and documents from the late 1800's.
In addition to the historic Shepherd University campus, visitors can enjoy athletic events at the modernized stadium that holds the school's football games. There are even three on site theaters offering a wide range of plays from both new and old writers.
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8566 Shepherdstown Pike, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 MoreLess Info
Featuring works from a number of local artists, The Bridge Fine Art & Framing Gallery is an art gallery that contains a variety of creative productions available to view or purchase. The gallery also offers framing services and canvas stretching.
US Martin built the Shepherdstown Opera House in 1909, and in 1928 this movie theater became the first in West Virginia to be able to show talking movies. Closed in 1956, the theater was reopened in 1992 to show independent and foreign films, and now visitors can watch live shows.
An expansive collection of memorabilia can be found at the Civil War Living History Museum. War relics, documents, and knowledgeable hosts are part of every tour. History buffs and curious visitors alike find something of interest to touch and experience.