- TripBuzz found 83 things to do indoors in the Montauk area. From Second House Museum to Cinema Cycle Theater, Montauk offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 100 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 47 different types of things to do inside in or near Montauk, New York. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Historic Buildings, Art Gallery and Winery/Vineyard.
- There are 2 indoor activities in Montauk, and 81 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Bridgehampton, Greenport, New London and East Hampton.
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305 Great Neck Rd, Waterford, CT 6385 MoreLess Info
Located in Waterford, Connecticut, the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center is a Tony award-winning performing arts complex. Founded in 1964, the center not only trains future performers, it has featured plays that have received national recognition.
Hosting a variety of youth and adult programs, Stonington Community Center serves the local community with its recreational facilities. The complex has a thrift shop, pottery studio, tennis courts, and soccer fields.
The Terrance Joyce Gallery is an art gallery featuring the artwork of Terrance Joyce. Joyce's artwork is strongly focused on mythological human-like creatures, with a special focus on centaurs. The gallery also offers art classes and framing services.
Situated next to a marina, Camera Obscura is a photographic room used in the 1700s to display pictures. After scheduling an appointment, visitors can enter the camera obscura and see views of the surrounding marina through a small pin hole.
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PO Box 624, Greenport, NY 11944 MoreLess Info
Eastend Seaport Museum & Marine Foundation preserves the maritime heritage of the East End of Long Island, New York. The museum displays collections and maritime exhibits including displays on the lighthouse lenses and a model ship of the USS Ohio.
Greenport's Stirling Historical Society stands to preserve the heritage of the local area. Available to tour is the society's Ireland House, built in the 1830's, it now acts as a museum, home to early artifacts, tools, domestic equipment and memorabilia.
The Fireboat Firefighter Museum documents the history of fireboats and firefighting in New York City. The museum is located in a real working fireboat that operated for over 70 years in New York's harbor before being retired.