- 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.
Pump it Up is an indoor kids' play and birthday party place that emphasizes imaginative play as well as simple fun. It includes a variety of bounce-house and inflatable attractions, as well as creative costume play.
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4 Salt Meadow, Tours leave from 861 Lafayette Road, Hampton, NH 03842 MoreLess Info
With Wild about Wine, visitors can receive a guided tour of 2 to 4 wineries located in the county. During the tour, visitors are chauffeured to wineries in a limousine while learning about the history of wine in the region.
100% 7 votes
PO Box 924, 47 Front Street, Exeter, NH 03833 MoreLess Info
Featuring a collection of artifacts from the 1700s to present day, Exeter Historical Society offers visitors a chance to learn about the history of the city. The curators help provide additional information about the artifacts by explaining their history.
Focused on the history of the American Revolution, the American Independence Museum houses artifacts and documents including early drafts of the US Constitution and a Dunlop broadside of the Declaration of Independence. Guided tours explore the 1721 Ladd-Gilman House, and the Folsom Tavern.
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11 Executive Park Drive, Merrimack, NH 03054 MoreLess Info
Featuring stadium seating and full digital technology, Cinemagic Stadium Theaters is a premier destination for film lovers. The theatre features two restaurants, an arcade and a full service candy bar.
The family home of the first Commander-in-Chief of the American Revolution has been preserved as the Artemus Ward House and Museum. General Artemus Ward moved his family into this now historic home in 1763, and it features multiple exhibits about the military hero and daily life during the American Revolution.