- TripBuzz found 98 things to do indoors in the Kingston area. From Volunteer Fireman's Hall & Museum of Kingston to BSP Kingston, Kingston offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 101 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 44 different types of things to do inside in or near Kingston, New York. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Children's Play Area, Family Fun Center and Movie Theaters.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Kingston, and 90 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Marlboro and Woodstock.
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104 Walker Street, Lenox, MA 01240 MoreLess Info
Housed within an 1893 Jacobean Revival-style mansion, Ventfort Hall Mansion & Gilded Age Museum is a historical museum. The museum features several exhibits, including a collection of antique portraits, goblets, silver, and linens.
Combining the founder's two passions, art and Judaism, Lenox Judaica is a collection and gallery of Jewish inspired artwork and many ceremonial items. Some available items include candles, art, Ellis Island dolls, dreidels, and gifts for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
Built in 1780, the Charles Ives Birthplace Museum is a historic wooden home located in Danbury. Located on seven acres of land, the home stands to preserve the history of the Ives' family and the city's history.
Shakespeare & Co. Lenox Ma. is one of the largest Shakespeare Festivals in the country. The Company develops and performs Shakespeare, classics and contemporary new plays of social and political significance and also offers an extensive actor training program.
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354 Main Street, Winsted, CT 6098 MoreLess Info
Winston, Connecticut is home to the Gilson Cinema & Cafe. This small theater plays a small number of new releases. Due to limited seating, reservations are recommended for shows on Friday and Saturday.
Local, a hub of artists making beautiful handmade creations, invites guests to come check out the action, work, and finished products. Items include small felt dolls, hand crafted dinnerware, paintings, textiles, and more.
Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum features the restored Lenox Station which dates back to 1903 and houses a number of interactive railroad exhibits which include vintage engines, passenger cars and the Yokun block station.
Established in 1791, Hancock Shaker Village operates as a local muesem preserving the history and culture of the Shakers religious sect. The village grounds comprise of a herb garden, Shaker Farm and other original buildings that house the history and craft exhibits.
Featuring 28 synthetic surface lanes, Pin Street at Warwick caters to both league bowlers and recreational open bowlers alike. The facility features a snack bar, lounge, and billiard area as well as a professionally staffed pro shop.