- TripBuzz found 345 things to do indoors in the Somerville area. From Bull McCabe's to The Burren, Somerville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 238 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 60 different types of things to do inside in or near Somerville, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Pubs and Children's Play Area.
- There are 10 indoor activities in Somerville, and 335 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Lowell and Salem.
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41 Foster Street, Arlington, MA 2474 MoreLess Info
A theater company that pulls its productions from pop culture and movies as well as from traditional drama, Dramatically Incorrect presents a variety of shows. The company also does improvisation and interactive murder mysteries.
43 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 40% Off Entry to Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Congress Street Bridge, Boston, MA 02210 MoreLess Info
Historical re-enactments and interactive exhibits provide an interactive learning experience concerning the event leading to the American Revolution at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museums. Take part in dumping tea overboard, meet the colonists and explore historically accurate ships at this quality venue.
The Brighton Music Hall hosts performances from a wide variety of performers, including The Orwells, Electric Six, Rachael Yamagata, and Rival Sons. The performance venue's events also include also standup comedy performances.
Copley Place is a shopping mall that features a wide range of stores, including J. Crew, Brookstone, and American Eagle Outfitters. The location also hosts a wide variety of events, including Boston Fashion Week and the Massart Wearable Art Display.
Copley Square features a Friday Farmer's market and access to the Boston Public Library. The location also features a variety of prominent architectural works, include Trinity Church, Old South Church, and Boston Public Library.
Faneuil Hall is a historic location that previously hosted protests against British taxation from Samuel Adams and slavery from Frederick Douglass. This location now features tourist shops with items that are related to the location's history
Featuring its first show in 1927, the Boston Opera House is a representation from the Vaudeville era, built in French and Italian Styles, which hosts live performances. Known for its excellent sound and viewing, a variety of entertainment experiences can be had here.
Opening in February 1926, the Orpheum Theater is a vintage era theatre with a stylized interior that hosts live performances in an intimate setting. Entertainment identities such as Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder have performed here.