- TripBuzz found 79 things to do indoors in the Ogunquit area. From Ogunquit Memorial Library to Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 115 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 48 different types of things to do inside in or near Ogunquit, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Art Museum, Arts & Crafts Store and Food Shops.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Ogunquit, and 73 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Portsmouth, Kennebunkport, Biddeford and Dover.
The W. Robert Paine Gallery is a collection of New England art featuring various available landscapes and culture. Pieces include nautical themes, lighthouses, shores, cottages, gardens, lifestyles, and much more.
With the only connection to this special event being the bridal shop near it, the Wedding Cake House is built in the Victorian architectural style, with its façade made to look like it was made from gingerbread. Its stylish origins are dated back to 1840, as the legend says.
Located in the heart of the village, the First Families Kennebunkport Museum features exhibits covering 200 years of local history. Tour guides share stories and artifacts ranging from sea captains to George H.W. Bush and his family's compound.
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Lafayette Park, 1 Garden Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043 MoreLess Info
A professional theater company that performs imaginative adaptations of Shakespeare plays, MaineStage Shakespeare stages productions in an outdoor theater space. The company also offers classes and does outreach to local schools.
117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1936 and encompassing several buildings erected since 1810, The Brick Store Museum is dedicated to local history and art. It organizes special events, such as poetry contests.
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125 North Street, Kennebunkport, ME 4046 MoreLess Info
With the focus on local maritime history, Clark Shipyard Office showcases a mix of permanent and rotating exhibits. The exhibits house displays with maritime artifacts like ship parts, flags, photographs, and more.
A 1785 Georgian mansion, the Hamilton House was built strategically upon a bluff that overlooks the Salmon Falls River. It was a great location for owner Johnathan Hamilton, a shipping magnate to oversee his business from above. Get to check out the well-manicured gardens too.