- TripBuzz found 54 things to do indoors in the Rockland area. From Farnsworth Art Museum to Strand Theater, Rockland offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 72 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 36 different types of things to do inside in or near Rockland, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Art Museum and Children's Museums.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Rockland, and 46 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Deer Isle, Belfast, Damariscotta and Rockport.
Formed in 1973, Acadia Repertory Theatre entertains visitors to Mt. Desert Island and Acadia National Park with comedies, dramas, mysteries, and children's theater in their quaint performance space each summer season. Season subscriptions are available.
The bowling alley, Yankee Lanes of Brunswick, is a 32-lane facility that features automatic scoring, a restaurant, and competitive bowling leagues for people of all ages. The alley is available for birthday parties.
Housed in a former Masonic hall in the heart of Acadia National Park, Acadia Repertory Theatre is home to a summer stock theater company. Performing in a small, intimate space, they present a seasonal variety of dramatic productions.
Regal Brunswick 10 is a movie theater that features Dolby ATMOS technology, RealD 3D showings, IMAX movie screenings, and concessions. The theater is available for church events, birthday parties, or corporate events.
The Gallery at Somes Sound is a furniture and art gallery that includes works by artists such as Ann Sklar, John Stobart, Gregory Spring, and Gilbert Welch. The gallery has multiple floors and is open 7 days a week.
Visitors can enjoy 20 minute brewery tours followed by 15 minute tastings with Atlantic Brewing Company. The brewery also houses Mainly Meat BBQ which features 12 draft lines and 2 of the lines are sodas for those under 21.
The Orion Performing Arts Center is a live music and performance venue that accommodates up to 900 guests. The facility hosts plays, musicals, dance performances, concerts, and conferences, and is available for rentals.
The Abbe Museum was first opened to the public in 1928. The history and culture of the Native Americans in the Maine region are the focus of the collections within the museum and is actually spread over two locations in Bar Harbor.
Studio 48 Performing Arts Center offers instruction in dance, theater, singing and acting with open classes and private lessons. Their dance classes include ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary as well as toddler classes.