- TripBuzz found 63 things to do indoors in the Waitsfield area. From The Kitchen at The Store to The Big Picture Theater & Cafe, Waitsfield offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 67 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 47 different types of things to do inside in or near Waitsfield, Vermont. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Cooking Classes and Cultural Centers.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Waitsfield, and 59 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Stowe, Middlebury, Montpelier and Barre.
Blockbuster movies are presented at The Big Picture Theater & Cafe throughout the week for both matinee and evening shows. Concerts and events are often frequently held at the theater while the cafe offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Green Mountain Cultural Center is a volunteer-run art gallery dedicated to promoting the visual arts in the local community. The center features artwork and creative productions from numerous local artists that are on display.
The Valley Players Theater is a community theater that showcases live productions and also holds the 'Mad River Valley Craft Fair' every Labor Day weekend. They have theater space that is available for rent for private parties.
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Rt. 100 (in Cold Hollow Cider Mill Complex), Waterbury, VT 5677 MoreLess Info
An on-site wine making learning center is available during the open season of the Grand View Winery. Tours of the winery and even of the vineyards is available to accompany the exhibits and tour within he learning center itself.
Fresh and unfiltered India Pale Ale offerings are the focus of The Alchemist Brewery. It is small in size with only 15 barrels, but their dedication to create the perfect beer makes the site very popular with beer lovers.
Offering 30 minute guided tours, the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory offers a fun and educational experience to guests. The ice cream manufacturing process is explained, and there is an adjoining full-service scoop shop with traditional favorites along with specialty items,
The Pavilion Building features a museum on the street level operated by the Vermont Historical Society. The building offers a variety of displays, exhibits, and educational programs centering on genealogy and Vermont history.