- TripBuzz found 357 things to do indoors in the Saugus area. From Historic New England Boardman House to Theatre Company of Saugus the, Saugus offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 238 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 58 different types of things to do inside in or near Saugus, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Children's Entertainment, Theaters, Arts & Crafts Classes and Historic Homes.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Saugus, and 353 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Lowell and Salem.
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180 Main St., Phillips Academy, Andover, MA 1810 MoreLess Info
The Addison Gallery of American Art features one of the broadest collections of artwork worldwide. Over 17,000 pieces are included in the gallery's collections. Artwork by Alexander Calder and Winslow Homer are featured at the gallery.
Organized by a group of local historians, Andover Historical Society features exhibits containing artifacts from the town's past. These exhibits include historical information from the Civil War and Edwardian times, including furniture, clothing, and tools from the 19th century.
The Quincy Historical Society operates the Quincy History Museum, among other historic attractions. The museum features exhibits spanning over 400 years of history, with particular emphasis on local native John Adams.
Colleen Sgroi Gallery & Art Classes is an art center that displays the work of Colleen Sgroi. They offer a number of art classes for adults and children where they teach watercolor, acrylic painting, folk art, drawing and furniture artwork.
Focused around Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy, Longyear Museum was originally opened in 1937 at the former home of Christian Science student Mary Beecher Longyear. It offers tours and features documents, art, photographs and artifacts related to Mrs. Eddy.
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at Tewksbury Hospital, East Street, Tewksbury, MA MoreLess Info
The Public Health Museum provides visitors with the opportunity to learn more about the history of public health through exhibits, objects, and documents. The location also hosts special events, including conferences and special classes.
United First Parish Church is also known as the Church of the Presidents as it is the final resting place of two U.S. Presidents, namely John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as their wives. The structure comprises of a unique domed ceiling and a mahogany altar.
Offering classes and workshops for adults and children, Metamorphosis Art & Design is an art studio that is available for birthday parties. The shop has special 'Spirited Painter Nights' where artists get to paint and enjoy a beverage with friends.
With regularly rotating exhibitions, Genovese Sullivan Gallery showcases modern and contemporary art pieces in the form of sculpture, pottery, paintings, and other mediums. The gallery hosts receptions for each new exhibition where visitors can meet the artist.