- TripBuzz found 59 things to do indoors in the Clayton area. From Main Street Gallery to Tiger Mountain Vineyards, Clayton offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 67 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 34 different types of things to do inside in or near Clayton, Georgia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Distilleries, Winery/Vineyard, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Clayton, and 57 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Franklin, Sautee Nacoochee, Clarkesville and Highlands.
Tiger Mountain Vineyards carefully selects grapes that are best suited to the climate of the southern Blue Ridge Mountains for local growing. There is a tasting room and cafe in the renovated Red Barn that is open May through November.
All wines made by Tiger Mountain Vineyards in Tiger, Georgia are crafted from the vineyard's own grapes. Owned by two couples, Tiger Mountain Vineyards produces small batches of excellent wines sold locally and regionally.
Located in Tiger, Georgia, Goat on the Roof is an eclectic attraction featuring live animals, Amish food, gem panning, homemade confections and much more. It is also rife with friendly goats that visitors may feed if they wish.
With over 2,000 acres of Georgia wilderness to view, Sky Valley Resort is nestled between national forests for a rustic looking getaway with all of the modern amenities. Guests can enjoy golf, tennis courts, an outdoor pool and even ski slopes.
Visitors to Hickory Flat Pottery in Clarkesville, Georgia are greeted by the shop's owner and operator. She produces the bulk of the pottery sold there, and the rest is created by an apprentice. Each pieced is fully hand-crafted and is safe to use in hot and cold applications.
Located in Highlands, North Carolina, the Bascom is a six-acre campus and visual arts facility. Opportunities are available for artists through educational and residency opportunities and featured events. An 87-foot covered bridge greets visitors at the entrance.