- TripBuzz found 112 things to do indoors in the West Yarmouth area. From Pirate's Cove to Cape Cod Central Railroad, West Yarmouth offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 94 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 42 different types of things to do inside in or near West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Art Gallery and Theaters.
- There are 0 indoor activities in West Yarmouth, and 112 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hyannis, Orleans, Chatham and Dennis.
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Located in Dennis, Massachusetts, the Cape Cod Museum of Art is a regional art museum that emphasizes contributions from local and regional artists. It has a gift store and bookshop. Call ahead to arrange group tours.
Highlighting the region's art and culture, the Cape Museum of Fine Arts features the work of area artists. Guests can browse the gallery exhibitions, sculpture garden, library, and gift shop, or attend classes, lectures, special events, and independent movie showings.
The Kennedy Gallery & Studios is an art gallery that specializes in displaying the works of local artist Robert E. Kennedy. The gallery features a variety of paintings, vintage posters, and antiques, among numerous other works.
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30 Doctor Lords Road South, Dennis, MA 02638 MoreLess Info
Come see endless designs of pottery at the Scargo Stoneware Pottery and Art Gallery. Items include decorative wall mounts, vases, jugs, and dinnerware of different colors, materials, sizes, and designs.
Located in a former academy established in the 19th century, Brooks Academy Museum houses artifacts and memorabilia collected by the Harwich Historical Society. The museum highlights the regions history from the Civil War to present day.
The historic Brooks Academy Museum is an educational museum that is best known for serving as the home of the Harwich Historical Society. The society has the goal of preserving, collecting, and exhibiting the history of Harwich.
Visitors to the Stony Brook Grist Mill & Museum are welcome every Saturday. The bottom floor is occupied by a large corn mill, and visitors may purchase sacks of it at low prices. The second floor of the mill is now a museum.