- TripBuzz found 38 things to do indoors in the Springfield area. From Robertson County History Museum to Springfield Cinema, Springfield offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 50 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 36 different types of things to do inside in or near Springfield, Tennessee. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Theaters and Bowling.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Springfield, and 35 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Nashville, Madison, Hendersonville and Clarksville.
53% 15 votes
1113 Murfreesboro Rd, Ste 360, Franklin, TN 37064 MoreLess Info
An indoor amusement park, Goofballs Family Fun Center provides numerous attractions and an array of entertainment. Along with miniature bowling, laser tag and bumper cars, the facility has a designated room in which toddlers can safely play.
A traditional bowling center, Franklin Family Entertainment Center offers both open and league bowling along with party hosting. The center provides a snack bar, cosmic bowling, a pro shop, a bar and grill, televisions and billiard tables.
90% 30 votes
100 Frank Clement Place, Dickson, TN 37055 MoreLess Info
Housed within the 1913 Hotel Halbrook, the Clement Hotel Railroad Museum is one of the few remaining examples of a railroad hotel in a rural area. The exhibits within the museum itself focus on railroading, the Civil War, local history, and regional history.
The Brims Children's Museum offers science activities and exhibits for visitors to enjoy. The museum provides docents to guide visitors through the exhibits if they wish and offers programs for school groups.
Corsair Artisan Distillery is a small batch distillery that makes a variety of spirits, including whiskey, gin, rum, rye, and even absinthe. The distillery also makes seasonal and experimental spirits.
Housed in a grand, historical structure, Pennyroyal Museum features exhibits dedicated to Edgar Cayce, the father of holistic medicine. It further includes a wealth of information about African American History in Southern Kentucky.
The history of The Renaissance Center is one of shifts and changes, but it currently acts as a state-of-the-art technology and fine arts learning center. Visitors are able to participate in learning labs, purchase items at the Artisan Market, and attend frequent art shows.