- TripBuzz found 81 things to do indoors in the Kittery area. From Moira Walsh Gallery to Just US Chickens, Kittery offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 145 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 52 different types of things to do inside in or near Kittery, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Arts & Crafts Classes, History Museums and Specialty Shops.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Kittery, and 76 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Portsmouth, Kennebunkport, Hampton and Amesbury.
The Moira Walsh Gallery is a contemporary art gallery featuring works from a number of local and national artists. The gallery is host to many exhibitions throughout the year, displaying a wide variety of artwork.
Just US Chickens is a cute gallery shop offering handmade functional and decorative arts and crafts for sale by local cooperative artists. All mediums are represented including photography, ceramics, glass, jewelry, and clothing.
The Kittery Historical and Naval Museum features the history of Maine's oldest town, settled in 1623. There is a large collection of maritime documents, artifacts and antique ship models on display, plus rare archeological finds.
Located in a historic building built in 1864, The Red Door Pottery Studio is a pottery workshop and gallery open to the public. The studio also offers a collection of local jewelry, prints, and pottery available for purchase.
Seacoast Repository Theater has youth camps and classes focused on involving youth in performing arts. They also offer senior opportunities for older adults to perform, along with professionally produced musicals and plays.
Housed in a 19th-century brick building, The Players' Ring is a theater dedicated to presenting original works and to maintaining a space for local and regional theater companies. They offer a seasonally-changing array of performances.
Explore the history of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, from the 1600s to 1954, at the Strawberry Banke Museum. The 10-acre outdoor museum with costumed interpreters offers 42 historic buildings on their original foundations.
At the Seacoast Science Center, visitors can play on a playground, take nature walks, and see four lighthouses. Visitors can also participate in educational programs to help them understand sea life better with most programs being geared to children.