- TripBuzz found 350 things to do indoors in the Fort Lee area. From Nahrah Gallery to Local Battles Gaming Center, Fort Lee offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 199 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 66 different types of things to do inside in or near Fort Lee, New Jersey. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Arcades, Art Gallery, History Museums and Recreation Centers.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Fort Lee, and 346 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New York City, Clifton, Staten Island and Yonkers.
Run by the volunteers of the Fishkill Historical Society, Van Wyck Homestead offers visitors a guided tour of the building of an early settler. The homestead also hosts community events like book signings, historical lectures, craft fairs, and more.
Maritime Explorium is a hands-on, immersive educational center specializing in maritime activities. The explorium offers activities for all ages and touch on aspects including sensory, kinesthetic, logical, spatial, artistic, linguistic and emotional intelligences.
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With views of the harbor, Port Jefferson Village Center is facility that hosts social, recreational, and educational events for the community. Several programs that visitors can enroll in are art, yoga, creative writing, and baking classes.
Guided individual tours of the Mather House Museum are held during opening hours which covers period furniture and paintings, vintage tools, model ships, and antique toys and dolls. The building is also the headquarters of the Historical Society of Greater Port Jefferson.
Providing dance education, Dance Expression Of Dutchess offers classes in jazz, ballet, tap, hip-hop, and other dance styles. The center has a dance team that competes in regional competitions and performs at conventions.
Founded in 1991, the Harbor Ballet Theatre is a not-for-profit ballet company that stages professional ballet productions. The theatre is notable for its annual performance of The Nutcracker and aims to provide young dancers with a professional environment.
The Spring Lake Community House Theater was dedicated to World War I veterans in 1923 and was created as a venue for cultural, civic, and educational development. Along with live theater performances, the site hosts theater workshops and a dance school.
Offering a variety of gymnastic classes for children, Next Dimension Gymnastics provides a large facility with bars, mats, and a foam pit. The tumbling class teaches children how to do rolls, handstands, and cartwheels.