- TripBuzz found 341 things to do indoors in the Lexington area. From Hancock-Clarke House to Buckman Tavern, Lexington offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 240 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 59 different types of things to do inside in or near Lexington, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Historic Homes and Recreation Centers.
- There are 11 indoor activities in Lexington, and 330 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Lowell and Salem.
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100% 2 votes
1003 Waterman Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914 MoreLess Info
The Cape Verdean Museum features collections of crafts, maps, photos, and artifacts from around the world. Exhibits include those on immigration, music and the arts, whaling, slavery, and Cape Verdean Independence, among others.
83% 173 votes
100 South Street, Providence, RI 2903 MoreLess Info
Located in Providence, Rhode Island, the Providence Children's Museum is dedicated to stimulating kids' imaginations through play, object manipulation, multimedia presentations and other fun experiences. Parents are welcome and encouraged to participate with their children.
85% 55 votes
Winslow and North Street, Plymouth, MA MoreLess Info
The Mayflower Society House & Library is located just around the corner from Plymouth Rock in a historic dwelling from the 18th century. It features a small museum dedicated to the pilgrims and serves as the headquarters for the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
97% 379 votes
48 Summer Street, Plymouth, MA 02360 MoreLess Info
Jenney House Museum, which operated as the Jenney Grist Mill before, functions as a mueseum and features a wide range of exhibits about the history of John Lenney who set up the mill in 1636, as well as a variety of other historical artifacts.
98% 46 votes
Sandwich and Water Streets, Plymouth, MA MoreLess Info
Get a history lesson at Jabez Howland House. This historic landmark was built in 1667 and purchased by the son of Mayflower passengers. The museum, decorated in period furnishings, is open Memorial Day through Columbus Day. Tours are available.
100% 4 votes
135 Lafayette Rd, Unit 9, Rye, NH 03840 MoreLess Info
A seriously old school distillery, the Sea Hagg Distillery LLC makes a variety of craft spirits using an old-fashioned copper alembic still. The distillery barrel ages and hand bottles all of its spirits.
297 North River Road, Lee, NH 3861 MoreLess Info
Flag Hill Winery is the largest vineyard in New Hampshire, and produces wine and distilled spirits. A visit can include a wine tasting, walk through the vineyard, or picnic on the grounds.
- 0 votes
10 Old Parish Road, Rye, NH 3870 MoreLess Info
Run by volunteers at the Rye Historical Society, Square House Museum features artifacts from the settlers of the 17th century until present day. The exhibit displays Native American artifacts, Revolutionary War letters, agricultural tools, and more.
86% 22 votes
225 Niantic Avenue, Cranston, RI 02907 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1960, Lang's Bowlarama features 40 lanes suitable for open and league bowlers. It offers a full bar, a dining menu, a party room and a lounge with a 16-foot television for sports viewing.
- 0 votes
Podunk Road, Sturbridge, MA 1566 MoreLess Info
Sturbridge's Hayloft Steppers is a square dance club that features a floating floor, a wooden surface supported by cushioning to make it easy on dancers' feet. The club also offers square dance lessons, and is available for rent for events.