- TripBuzz found 3 things to do indoors in the Pulaski area. From Staar Theater - Pulaski Opera House to Staar Theatre & Center For the Performing Arts, Pulaski offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 32 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 30 different types of things to do inside in or near Pulaski, Tennessee. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Opera Houses, Theaters and History Museums.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Pulaski, and 0 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles.
Established in 1868 as a Southern opera house, Staar Theater - Pulaski Opera House is in the process of being resorted to its former glory by local volunteers. Currently, the theater can be rented out for filming and photography purposes.
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Operated by a local non-profit group, the Staar Theatre & Center For the Performing Arts is a venue that is host to a number of different performances throughout the year. These include comedies, dramas, musical concerts, and dinner theatre nights.
The Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum, located in Fayetteville, Tennessee, is housed in the Old Borden Milk Plant at 521 South Main. The museum, which features a one-room school house on its site, displays the second largest agricultural exhibits statewide.
A movie theatre in Fayetteville, Tennessee, the Lincoln Theatre features movies for the entire family. Comfortable and padded reclining seats and IMAX and 3D entertainment makes this a popular venue for viewing the latest in cinematic shows.
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.
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.
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.