- TripBuzz found 160 things to do indoors in the Westbrook area. From Valentine H Zahn Community Gallery to Marquee Cinemas 12, Westbrook offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 179 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 62 different types of things to do inside in or near Westbrook, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Art Gallery, Military Museums and Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Westbrook, and 157 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New Haven, Cutchogue, Wallingford and Greenport.
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139-499 Flat Rock Pl, Westbrook, CT 6498 MoreLess Info
A small local art gallery that features primarily works by local artists, the Valentine H Zahn Community Gallery rotates exhibits on a regular basis. The gallery hosts a variety of receptions and special events, as well.
Covering military history from 1775 to the present day, Military Historians Museum features a collection of American military uniforms. The museum also includes vehicles from World War II and Desert Storm as well as a music room.
Catering primarily to organized team sports, the Ethel Peters Recreational Complex is a city-run facility that has multiple baseball fields, as well as a full sized football field. The center also has lighted basketball courts and a skate park.
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103 Main St., Ivoryton, CT 6442 MoreLess Info
Ivoryton, Connecticut is home to the Ivoryton Playhouse, which presents musicals and straight theatrical productions. The Playhouse combines national-level production value with a warm, welcoming community atmosphere. Purchase tickets online or at the Playhouse box office.
A children's play center, Bounce! Fun Center features a number of inflatable play houses, structures and slides as well as an arcade with video and redemption games. The center offers food and drinks, inflatable house rentals and party hosting.
New and experienced home brewers and winemakers will find a treasure trove of equipment, supplies, and knowledgeable staff at Stomp N Crush. The store also hosts winemaking classes and meetings of the Maniacal Association of Shoreline Homebrewers.
Built in 1767, the General William Hart House is a historic site commemorating and preserving colonial history. The house contains furnishings and decor that expresses the sophistication and wealth of this 18th century general.