- TripBuzz found 73 things to do indoors in the Woodstock area. From Lotus Fine Art & Design to Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Tibetan Buddhist Monastery, Woodstock offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 92 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 46 different types of things to do inside in or near Woodstock, New York. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Music Venue, Art Gallery, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 9 indoor activities in Woodstock, and 64 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hudson, Hyde Park, New Paltz and Kingston.
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135 Main Street, Lee, MA 01238 MoreLess Info
The Animagic Museum of Animation Special Effects & Art offers a journey through the world of animation. Visitors can take a tour highlighted with models and technologies from famous films and can even make their own animated movies.
Combining the founder's two passions, art and Judaism, Lenox Judaica is a collection and gallery of Jewish inspired artwork and many ceremonial items. Some available items include candles, art, Ellis Island dolls, dreidels, and gifts for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
Showcasing the paintings of various artists, Good Purpose Gallery offers fine art for its visitors to view and purchase. The gallery has a special program where part of its exhibits feature work from young adults with autism.
Located in the former St. George's Church, the Spectrum Playhouse is a versatile performance space. It hosts plays, concerts, lectures, and a variety of community functions. The Playhouse also hosts a variety of classes.
The charming Miranda Vineyard in Goshen, Connecticut welcomes visitors throughout the year. The facility is also available for event rentals on a per-hour basis. Spring and summer are the best times to visit and explore the grounds.
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6 Aspetuck Avenue, New Milford, CT 6776 MoreLess Info
New Milford Historical Society and Museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits showcasing the history of life in the greater New Milford area. The collection also includes three one-room schoolhouses. Open Tuesday through Friday.
Established in 1791, Hancock Shaker Village operates as a local muesem preserving the history and culture of the Shakers religious sect. The village grounds comprise of a herb garden, Shaker Farm and other original buildings that house the history and craft exhibits.