- TripBuzz found 46 things to do indoors in the Port Clyde area. From Monhegan Light to Owls Head Transportation Museum, Port Clyde offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 64 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 34 different types of things to do inside in or near Port Clyde, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, History Museums, Theaters and Movie Theaters.
- There are 0 indoor activities in Port Clyde, and 46 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Rockland, Damariscotta, Boothbay Harbor and Rockport.
Local geological history of Maine is put on display at Sonny's Museum which features exhibits of prominent rock and gemstone specimens. There is even an extensive retail store where guests can purchase stones, fossils, and even semi-precious gemstone jewelry.
The Governor Hill Mansion serves as a special events venue. The mansion contains four areas that can be rented: the Receiving room hosting up to 10 people, the Gold room hosting up to 15 people, the Parlor hosting up to 54 people, and Columbus Hall hosting up to 250 people.
100% 1 votes
49 Searsport Avenue, Belfast, ME 4915 MoreLess Info
AllPlay Family Entertainment Center is an entertainment center and cafe. AllPlay offers bowling lanes, pool tables, large screen TVs, and an arcade with a redemption system. The cafe serves pizza, sandwiches, and various snack items.
The Marine State History Museum has over 500,000 artifacts in the history collection including the United States only viewable collection of Civil War Flags. Elsewhere in the museum, visitors can also see Maine's largest archaeological collection and natural history specimens dating back to 1830.
Charles Bulfinch, who also designed the U.S. Capitol, designed the Maine State House that opened in January 1832. Today, visitors can tour the state house and see historical portraits, a rotating display of modern artist, and special activities in the Hall of Flags.
61% 61 votes
171 Capitol Street, Suite 2, Augusta, ME 04330 MoreLess Info
At the Children's Discovery Museum, children can pretend they work in a restaurant, grocery store, construction, or bank. Children can also put on a puppet show, touch the marine life in the touch-tank, make music, create art, and climb into a tree house.
Hosting regional hockey leagues and tournaments, Sparetime Recreation Augusta offers visitors a recreational bowling experience complete with shoe rentals and glow bowling. Visitors can purchase a party package that includes bowling games, refreshments, and more.
79% 114 votes
284 Western Avenue at I-95, Augusta, ME 04330 MoreLess Info
Voted by the readers of Down East Magazine as the Best Spa in 2010 and 2011, the Spa at the Best Western Senator Inn has fitness and swimming facilities and its own restaurant, among others. It has plenty of packages, with the aim of satisfying the preferences of every client.
The Wilson Museum features exhibits to help people understand the growth of man's ability to make tools from the Paleolithic times to the Native Americans. Visitors see rocks, shells, ship models, reconstructed 1905 kitchen, and a Victorian Parlor.