- TripBuzz found 36 things to do indoors in the Athens area. From Carole Foret Fine Art to Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives, Athens offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 29 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 27 different types of things to do inside in or near Athens, Alabama. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Art Gallery, History Museums and Military Museums.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Athens, and 32 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Huntsville, Decatur and Madison and Huntsville, Decatur and Madison.
Featuring the work of a local artist, Carole Foret Fine Art offers visitors prints and paintings with subjects like animals, still life, Jesus, and more. The artist also has commission work available for custom paintings.
Artifacts like uniforms, weapons, medals, books, and photographs are on display in a large exhibit at the Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives. Visitors can also access a monthly coffee call, gift shop, meeting facilities, and guided tours by local veterans.
The Cinemagic Theatre offers a choice of indoor or outdoor movie viewing. The drive-in shows quality new-releases with modern audio and video capabilities. A clean, friendly, and warm atmosphere awaits movie lovers of all ages on the inside as well.
Readers and history buffs will find plenty to explore at the Houston Memorial Library and Museum, the former home of U.S. senator George S. Houston. Visitors can survey the book section then head upstairs to view furnishings and family artifacts.
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Filled with interactive exhibits, Sci-Quest Hands-on Science Center features displays like a TV weather green screen and bubble making machine. The center hosts events like science lab demonstrations, food truck nights, and live reptile events.
Old State Bank may be considered the building that put the city on the map. After having it built in 1833, Decatur's economy leaped, establishing it as an important city in the state. Besides its historical importance, the Old State Bank also has a peaceful garden around it.
A wide range of artifacts including uniforms and weapons are contained in the Blue & Gray Museum of North Alabama. It is actually considered to be the largest private collection of Civil War artifacts in the United States.
Built by a philanthropist in 1904, Carnegie Visual Arts Center is a restored library that showcases a variety of exhibits depicting Alabama's history. These exhibits feature anything from paintings to sculptures from local artists and craftsmen.