- TripBuzz found 55 things to do indoors in the Waterville Valley area. From Toad Hall Toys to Margret & HA Rey Center, Waterville Valley offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 55 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 39 different types of things to do inside in or near Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Toy Stores, Recreation Centers and Movie Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Waterville Valley, and 52 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Meredith, North Conway, Jackson and Conway.
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35 Village Rd Town Sq, Bldg C, Waterville Valley, NH 3215 MoreLess Info
Devoted to the lives and legacy of the creators and writers of the beloved Curious George series, the Margret & HA Rey Center offers a wide variety of educational and environmentally-focused programs for kids and adults.
87% 15 votes
11 Noon Peak Road, Waterville Valley, NH 03259 MoreLess Info
Focused on providing the town with healthy and entertaining activity options, the Town of Waterville Valley Recreation Department offers a variety of programs and services year-round, aimed at all ages.
Nestled among the White Mountains, Jean's Playhouse offers year-round dramatic performances as well as educational programs. It is host to a variety of theater companies, including a children's theater company and a teen theater company.
A specialty shop offering jewellery, clothing, collectibles, and antiques, The Chalet Antiques Barn & Museum also houses the Alaskan museum, offering artifacts including a prehistoric Mastodon tooth for sale and viewing. Accommodations are available in the guest apartment.
95% 39 votes
58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH 03886 MoreLess Info
The traditional agriculture of the region is continued at the Remich Country Doctor Museum & Farm. It is a self-sustained site that also documents and preserves the life of a rural doctor from the 1800s.
Host to a long-running professional theater company, The Barnstormers Theatre dates back to 1931, and was founded by a son of Grover Cleveland's. They present seasonally-shifting schedules of theatrical productions, with an emphasis on American and British classics.