- TripBuzz found 11 things to do indoors in the Corinth area. From Corinth Artist Guild to Civil War Interpretive Center, Corinth offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 15 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 17 different types of things to do inside in or near Corinth, Mississippi. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 11 indoor activities in Corinth, and 0 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles.
The Black History Museum of Corinth is a small historical museum dedicated to educating the public on African American history. The museum's main attraction is a collection of memorabilia relating to black history, with focus on religion and education.
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607 Grisham Street, Baldwyn, MS 38824 MoreLess Info
At Brice's Crossroad's Visitors and Interpretive Center, visitors can see displays enhancing a viewer's understanding of the battle on Brice's Crossroad during the Civil War. Visitors can also view a 22 minute film.
This museum showcases and honors Alabama's great achievers in music. Tours are available to tourists, school children, historians, and music fans where they learn about the achievements and contributions made by Alabama natives to the world of music.
A 10-screen movie theater, Tupelo Commons Cinema displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers stadium seating, rocking chairs, 3D movies, a party room, arcade games and a concession area with food and drinks.
84% 905 votes
306 Elvis Presley Dr, Tupelo, MS 38801 MoreLess Info
Tupelo's Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum is located in the house in which the music icon spent the first three years of his life. It is a small structure filled with fascinating memorabilia and has an adjacent souvenir shop.
The Bemis Mill Village Museum tells a colorful story of the town's development from nothing to a cotton mill town and beyond. The museum contains hundreds of photographs, documents, tools, and machines used to progress the town.
Ivy Green is the birthplace of Helen Keller where visitors see artifacts from her life. The home and museum room are decorated with much of the original furniture of the Keller family, including her complete library of Braille books and her original Braille typewriter.