- 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.
Located in Lowell, Massachusetts, the Merrimack Repertory Theater presents jam-packed seasons of professional theatrical works, musicals and one-person shows. It is one of the most widely respected theater companies in the state.
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The Lowell Memorial Auditorium is a center for the performing arts that can be rented for trade shows, weddings, concerts, corporate events, and recitals. The room can accommodate up to 500 guests at a time.
Opened in October 2014, the Loch Ness Playcenter is a recreational facility offering a number of fun amenities for its guests to enjoy. Slides, play structures, and a specialized toddler area are among the many attractions available.
At Back Page Jazz & Comedy Club, visitors can enjoy a night of live entertainment with an alcoholic beverage. Visitors can also attend the open mic night on Wednesdays, which features local musicians and comedians.
Located at the Sahara Club Middle-Eastern restaurant and lounge, Jocko's Jazz features nationally and globally-touring jazz musicians and combos every Tuesday night. Jocko's Jazz offers memberships, and features reduced covers for club members.
Situated within the Mack Building, the National Streetcar Museum has an extensive exhibit about the influence of streetcars and how they developed and led to the arrangement of urban areas. There is also an active streetcar from New Orleans that takes guests around the city.
American Textile History Museum offers a glimpse into the numerous aspects of American textile industry from the point of view of art, history and science. The extensive collection includes authentic looms, old and new printing technological equipment and more.