- TripBuzz found 269 things to do indoors in the Tarrytown area. From Studio A Gallery to Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 205 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 67 different types of things to do inside in or near Tarrytown, New York. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Music Venue, Art Gallery, Architectural Buildings and Historic Homes.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Tarrytown, and 264 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New York City, Clifton, Ridgefield and Stamford.
With a miniature golf course and driving range, the Gilbert Farm Recreation Center offers affordable prices and plenty to do. The venue offers mini-golf leagues and may be booked for large gatherings, such as corporate events.
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3018 Bordentown Avenue, Sayreville, NJ 8859 MoreLess Info
The Sayreville Main Street Theater Company is a combination theater and acting academy. Classic off-Broadway plays and musicals are regularly featured, and acting classes for both young kids and teens are offered.
Improv, classic Shakespeare, and holiday productions are just a few of the entertaining pieces that make up the Pax Amicus Castle Theatre puzzle. The theatre is a not-for-profit cultural educational center that supports local talent and the community.
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8 Old Barn Road, Kent, CT 6757 MoreLess Info
The Morrison Gallery is a nationally renowned modern art and sculpture museum that features the works of local and nationally known artists. The gallery uses its indoor and outdoor spaces for special exhibitions and is open daily for visitors.
Organizing community activities, Turkish Cultural Center provides cultural classes for cooking, learning the language, and more. Visitors can go on coffee night trips, movie nights, and festivals hosted by the center.
The Sloane-Stanley Museum & Kent Furnace is a historical museum that displays a large variety of early American tools. The museum is also home to the Kent Furnace, which is a historic furnace that began producing pig iron in 1826.
Located in a historic house that dates back to the early 18th century, the Ward-Heitmann House Museum features an array of exhibits that highlight the natural and cultural history of the surrounding area. They host a variety of special events.