- TripBuzz found 150 things to do indoors in the Madison area. From RJ Julia Booksellers to Scranton Library, Madison offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 186 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 63 different types of things to do inside in or near Madison, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Music Venue, Art Gallery and Bookstores.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Madison, and 145 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New Haven, Cutchogue, Wallingford and Greenport.
100% 9 votes
6 Aspetuck Avenue, New Milford, CT 6776 MoreLess Info
New Milford Historical Society and Museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits showcasing the history of life in the greater New Milford area. The collection also includes three one-room schoolhouses. Open Tuesday through Friday.
A part of the Bowlmor family, AMF Rip Van Winkle Lanes is a fun and exciting entertainment locale in Norwalk. Along with bowling, guests can enjoy other games and activities including laser tag, bocce and miniature golf.
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165 Danbury Road, Ridgefield, CT 6877 MoreLess Info
Featuring its own production studio, School of Dance At the Enchanted Garden provides a wide variety of classes to the public, including theater, yoga, and gymnastics. The school offers party packages that include face painting, bounce houses, crafts, and more.
Connecticut's Ridgefield Playhouse presents a packed schedule of concerts, musicals, plays and recitals. It also screens independent and vintage films and is available for corporate meetings, weddings and other event rentals.
Step back in time and visit a 19th century, unique shopping experience at Fantastic Umbrella Factory. Visitors can browse the vendors wares that are set up inside of a large barn, stop at the café, or stroll the gardens outside.
With four screens and a focus on the disabled, The Prospector Theater welcomes everyone. Amenities include closed captioning glasses with subtitles, a small theater for those with sensory issues, and prime viewing handicap seating.
73% 45 votes
258 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877 MoreLess Info
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum offers seasonal exhibitions for visitors to enjoy. Additionally, this site also hosts workshops and panel discussions for those who wish to further their arts education.
As a multilevel facility, Ridgefield Library offers several study areas with couches and tables for visitors to sit at and read a book. The library hosts community events like reading groups, poetry discussions, and art receptions.
75% 4 votes
44 Upland Rd, The Henderson Cultural Center, New Milford, CT MoreLess Info
The Silo Cooking School at Hunt Hill Farm is a professional cooking school that consists of a museum, a gallery, a cultural center, and a land preserve. The school teaches classes on gourmet cooking techniques and also has kids classes.