- TripBuzz found 42 things to do indoors in the Germantown area. From Artreach Gallery to Tennessee Shakespeare Company, Germantown offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 15 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 22 different types of things to do inside in or near Germantown, Tennessee. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, Children's Play Area, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Germantown, and 35 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Memphis, Southaven, Collierville and West Memphis.
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Bring the family to Funquest Bowling for the most exciting of nights out in Collierville, Tennessee. With bowling, roller-skating, laser tag, arcade games, and party plans for all ages, there is something fun for everyone.
The cultural and natural history of Mid-South America comes to life at the Pink Palace Museum, where exhibits, dioramas and audio-visual presentations animate the region's past, including a medical exhibit, and a replica of the Clarence Saunders Piggly-Wiggly, a classic historic general store.
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Serving the community with its fitness facilities, Collierville Activity Center hosts a variety of sports fields, such as racquetball courts, indoor basketball courts, and more. The center also has a performing arts theater and a walking track.
A movie theater offering first-run feature films, Malco Cinema Olive Branch has 12 auditoriums with all digital projection. The theater provides a concession area, a private event room, stadium seating and arcade game machines.
More than 50 free concerts and events are held each year at the Levitt Shell that is located in Overton Park of Midtown Memphis. Guests are able to watch from their own chosen vantage point with their own blanket or chair that can be placed on the open lawn.
The largest and oldest art museum in the state of Tennessee is the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art which opened to the public in 1916. There are over 9,000 significant art objects held within the permanent collection.
Featuring some of the greatest musical acts in the world, Snowden Grove Amphitheater is a popular outdoor venue in Northern Mississippi and Southwest Tennessee. Amenities at this locale include indoor restrooms, VIP seating and concession stands.
A fun place for family and group entertainment, Strike Zone Bowling Lanes is open 7 days a week. Along with both league and open bowling, special events such as weekend boogie bowling is also offered at this locale.