- TripBuzz found 114 things to do indoors in the Hyannis area. From Cape Cod Beer to Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory Tour, Hyannis offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 95 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 43 different types of things to do inside in or near Hyannis, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Arcades, Specialty Museums, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- There are 13 indoor activities in Hyannis, and 101 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Orleans, Chatham, Dennis and Woods Hole.
Blending art and entertainment, Cape Cod Art Bar is a bring your own beverage art venue for painting parties, art classes, and special events for all levels of experience. Paints, brushes, canvas, aprons, and step-by-step guided instruction is included.
Visitors to the Stony Brook Grist Mill & Museum are welcome every Saturday. The bottom floor is occupied by a large corn mill, and visitors may purchase sacks of it at low prices. The second floor of the mill is now a museum.
Heritage Theaters is a movie theater that features stadium seating, Dolby Digital Sound, DTS Digital Sound, and Dolby Surround Sound. The theater has a concessions stand that offers refreshments and freshly popped popcorn.
Located in a former academy established in the 19th century, Brooks Academy Museum houses artifacts and memorabilia collected by the Harwich Historical Society. The museum highlights the regions history from the Civil War to present day.
The historic Brooks Academy Museum is an educational museum that is best known for serving as the home of the Harwich Historical Society. The society has the goal of preserving, collecting, and exhibiting the history of Harwich.
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History features a range of collection-based and live marine exhibits accompanied with off-site nature trips through the nearby forest and marshes and many other interactive and educational programs for all age groups.
Located in a tiny chapel surrounded by a historic cemetery, the Wampanoag Indian Museum features a collection of artifacts, crafts, and other exhibits dedicated to tribal history. Knowledgeable guides will narrate and explain the significance of various exhibits.