- TripBuzz found 90 things to do indoors in the Portland area. From Allagash Brewery to Portland Museum of Art, Portland offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 96 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 43 different types of things to do inside in or near Portland, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Breweries, History Museums and Bowling.
- There are 15 indoor activities in Portland, and 75 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Brunswick, Kennebunkport, South Portland and Biddeford.
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9 Depot Street, Bridgton, ME 04009 MoreLess Info
Magic Lantern Theater & The Tannery Pub is a mixed venue with a theatre and separate pub area. The theater is a multi-screen cinema with a balcony that shows first run movies while the pub serves a variety of food.
Visitors to Boothbay Railway Village can experience a bygone era that includes vintage automobiles, 19th century buildings and the steam locomotive exhibit that can be ridden through the village. The antique vehicles include cars over 100 years old.
The Boothbay Railway Museum is ringed by a train track, and visitors can ride a model train to various museum locations. Displays include antique cars, toys, a replica of a classic fire house, and antique farming equipment.
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67 North High St. (Route 302), Bridgton, ME MoreLess Info
The Rufus Porter Museum and Cultural Heritage Center is a collection of the works of artist and inventor Rufus Porter. The museum offers murals, paintings and educational material related to Mr. Porter as well as a few other New England artists.
Visitors can learn about the life and the works of artist and inventor Rufus Porter at the Rufus Porter Museum. This museum contains the largest selection of Porter miniatures and the only known image of Rufus Porter.
Opened in 1985, Wiscasset Bay Gallery is an art gallery specialized in nineteenth through twenty-first century American and European paintings. The gallery showcases several art Exhibitions with an emphasis on artists from Maine and Monhegan Island.
Built in 1807, Castle Tucker gives a look into 150 years of a prominent family's history. Visitors can see three generations of Victorian-era possessions, including a grand piano, hand-painted fine china and an original spyglass used by Captain Richard Tucker.