- TripBuzz found 114 things to do indoors in the Groton area. From Spare Time Bowling to The Submarine Force Museum, Groton offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 186 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 60 different types of things to do inside in or near Groton, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums and Spas.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Groton, and 110 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Greenport, Mashantucket, New London and Mystic.
86% 37 votes
2407 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 6033 MoreLess Info
With hours each day of the week, the Welles-Turner Memorial Library is a resource for books, music, and movies for all ages. The library hosts special events and readings for specific audiences, book clubs, and Internet resources for public use.
Situated in a preserved 19th century school house, the Jamestown Historical Society and Museum features a collection of artifacts and memorabilia reflecting the history of Jamestown Island. The Society hosts a variety of lectures and programs.
73% 11 votes
308 Broad Street, Manchester, CT 06040 MoreLess Info
Parkade Cinemas & Entertainment is a 6 screen movie theater that also hosts live entertainment. The theater airs mainstream and independent films and also hosts host birthday parties and special events.
A multidisciplinary arts facility, the Jamestown Arts Center brings a variety of artistic, cultural, and educational experiences to the area. The facility hosts concerts, art exhibits, films, and educational programs.
100% 10 votes
50 Narragansett Ave.,, Jamestown, RI MoreLess Info
Fire Department Memorial Building displays an array of antique fire-fighting equipment including an 1894 Lafrance Steam Fire Engine. Additional exhibits consist of antique firefighting equipment and photographs as well as a restored hand tub from the 1850's.
The Jamestown Fire Memorial Museum features a variety of fire artifacts, including an 1894 Steam pumper, a 1947 Dodge pumper / engine, and a 1925 LaFrance pumper / engine. The location, which is operated by volunteer firefighters, offers information on the history of firefighting.