- TripBuzz found 74 things to do indoors in the Scarborough area. From Big 20 Bowling Center to Scarborough Historical Society & Museum, Scarborough offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 93 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 43 different types of things to do inside in or near Scarborough, Maine. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Food Shops, Bowling, History Museums and Theaters.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Scarborough, and 69 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Portland, Kennebunkport, South Portland and Biddeford.
Featuring twenty candlepin bowling lanes, Big 20 Bowling Center houses tournaments, league play, and bumper bowling for kids. They host birthday parties and corporate functions, and offer specials for school and church groups.
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649A US Route 1, Scarborough, ME 4074 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1961, the Scarborough Historical Society & Museum collects and exhibits historical artifacts and objects related to the city. Exhibits include implements for farming and historical photos from local schools.
Not only a traditional European-style cheese shop which serves more than 200 domestic and international cheese specialties, The Cheese Iron also offers its clients all sorts of fresh groceries, such as meats and homemade pasta.
The Cinemagic Grand is a movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first run Hollywood movies in all digital video and sound. The theater also shows occasional special presentations, like performances of the Metropolitan Opera.
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333 Clarks Pond Parkway, South Portland, ME 4106 MoreLess Info
The movie theater, Regal Clarks Pond 8 Cinema, offers 3D movie showings as well as discounts for senior citizens. The movie theater offers private screenings to camps, schools, groups, and non-profits organization.
Honoring those from Maine who have served in the military is the mission of the Maine Military Museum. The museum's exhibits recognize service from the Revolutionary War through the present through artifacts and displays.