- TripBuzz found 243 things to do indoors in the Middletown area. From Ursel's Web Frame Shop Gallery to Mad Murphys Cafe, Middletown offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 200 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 64 different types of things to do inside in or near Middletown, Connecticut. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Karaoke Bar, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Restaurants.
- There are 10 indoor activities in Middletown, and 233 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hartford, New Haven, Waterbury and Wallingford.
Providing a space for indoor fitness activities, Sportsplex@Fairfield has amenities like a rock climbing gym, field house, and gymnasium. The complex hosts games for a sport called Knockerball, where visitors dress in inflatable balls.
Heron American Craft Gallery is a shop with all kinds of handmade art gifts including jewelry, pottery, clothing and toys. It also serves as a gallery with the range of items on display from glass and sculptures to prints.
One of only 50 established puppet theaters in America, The Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre aims at introducing young children to the performing arts. In addition to puppet shows, playgroups and workshops are available.
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Muse Custom Framing Gallery & Gifts offers creative framing solutions to the Holyoke community. The gallery also features fine art, memorabilia, posters, and shadowboxes, and it offers corporate and archival framing.
The Long Ridge Library has been serving patrons since 1916. The library collections include both new works and historical local biographies, books and materials donated by prominent local authors and artists. Frequent events include children's storytime and holiday parties.
The Sloane-Stanley Museum & Kent Furnace is a historical museum that displays a large variety of early American tools. The museum is also home to the Kent Furnace, which is a historic furnace that began producing pig iron in 1826.