- TripBuzz found 324 things to do indoors in the Salem area. From Peabody Essex Museum to Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre, Salem offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 230 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 55 different types of things to do inside in or near Salem, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Theaters, Historic Homes and Arcades.
- There are 12 indoor activities in Salem, and 312 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Lowell and Hingham.
Waters Edge Cinema is a multi-screen theatre that shows first run movies. Amenities include state of the art HD Digital video and sound; a 2nd multipurpose screening room to offer first run animation, documentary, foreign language and short films.
92% 84 votes
460 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 MoreLess Info
Considered to be the most attended art museum on Cape Cod, the Provincetown Art Association & Museum. The permanent collections include just over 2,500 items, and the institute conducts roughly 40 exhibitions every year.
Named after a famous pirate ship, Whydah Museum offers an inside look at the only pirate treasure ever discovered. Visitors can learn about the history of pirates at the exhibit and visit a gift shop with pirate related paraphernalia.
The Blackstone River Theatre in Cumberland, Rhode Island features music, dance and folk arts entertainment for Cumberland and the nearby surrounding area. The community performing arts center regularly features musical concerts and children's theatre.
40 Highland Street, Worcester, MA 01609 MoreLess Info
As the former home of a wealthy 18th century family, Salisbury Mansion offers visitors a historic building with classic Georgian architecture. Visitors can join a group tour of the home and learn about the life of the Salisbury family.
96% 25 votes
185 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609 MoreLess Info
Over three million items are on 20 miles of shelves at American Antiquarian society, including books, newspapers, sheet music and more. Notably, the library holds the largest collection of printed materials through 1876. Free public tours are offered every Wednesday afternoon.
Local history is on display at Worcester Historical Museum. Among the notable collections of artifacts, paintings and sculptures is weaponry from the colonial era through World War II. Ages 18 and under receive free admission.