- TripBuzz found 22 things to do indoors in the Warner area. From New Hampshire Telephone Museum to Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, Warner offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 95 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 49 different types of things to do inside in or near Warner, New Hampshire. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 2 indoor activities in Warner, and 20 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Concord, Bristol, Canterbury and Hillsborough.
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All types of memorabilia related to the telephone are available at the New Hampshire Telephone Museum. Group tours by reservation, are offered by the museum to include seeing old telephones, books and various tools of the telephone trade.
Visitors to the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, New Hampshire enjoy intriguing displays of Native American art, clothing, weapons and other items used by members of nearby First Nations. The most popular exhibits include intricate feathered headdresses, woven baskets and beaded items.
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The childhood home of the US' fourteenth President, the Franklin Pierce Homestead is a 19th Century country house now offers private and group tours of the building, including its second floor ballroom.
Featuring 24 lanes available, the Boutwells Bowling Center is a local bowling alley featuring a number of amenities for guests to enjoy. In addition to open bowling, the alley also has a bar/lounge, summer bowling leagues, and birthday party hosting.
Featuring the state's best classical musicians, the Granite State Symphony Orchestra is dedicated to providing musicians with the chance to play a variety of meaningful pieces as well as spreading music culture throughout the state.
Several buildings on the Kimball-Jenkins Estate are used for art studios and art classrooms, but visitors can also enjoy other social events, including weddings, there. Galleries and gardens display beautiful art and landscaping as well.
Named for space pioneers Christina McAuliffe and Alan Shepherd, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center comprises a planetarium, space and science exhibits, simulation experiences and the NASA Educator Resource Center. Workshops include rocket building, and summer space camps.
Housed in a building designed by architect Guy Lowell, the New Hampshire Historical Society contains a research library and museum. The New Hampshire Historical Society covers the history of New Hampshire through photographs, newspaper, artifacts, and other documents.