- TripBuzz found 21 things to do indoors in the Chattanooga area. From Tennessee Aquarium to Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 14 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 33 different types of things to do inside in or near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Scenic Railroads, Aquariums and Bowling.
- There are 16 indoor activities in Chattanooga, and 5 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hixson and Lookout Mountain.
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The Calhoun City of Recreation Dept is a recreation department that hosts special recreational events throughout the year. One event offered is the 'Elks National Hoop Shoot Contest', which is for children ages 8-13.
Hosting various outdoor activities for the local youth, Calhoun City Recreation Dept offers softball, baseball, soccer, and football fields on its grounds. It also has bike paths, walking trails, and a large playground.
Enjoy one of the many movie hits of the month at Martin Triple Theatre in Calhoun, Georgia. This classic theatre is home to the best of family outing experiences, complete with concessions and to date movie showings.
Hamilton Theaters is a movie theater that screens the latest movies, with options for both 3D and traditional viewing. Customers can also book parties for any occasion for any time of the day, even regular operation hours.
The famous Russel Stover company supplies its candies all over the country, but the Russell Stover Factory Outlet provides many more products than are normally available. Shoppers also get to purchase the items at a lower than normal cost in most cases.
The building that holds the Fort Payne Depot Museum acted as the home depot for the Alabama-Great Southern Railroad for 85 years. Permanent exhibits of Native American artifacts and United States military history are held in the museum.