- TripBuzz found 14 things to do indoors in the Tyler area. From Center for Earth & Space Science Education to Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 15 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 21 different types of things to do inside in or near Tyler, Texas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Theaters, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- There are 14 indoor activities in Tyler, and 0 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles.
91% 32 votes
1400 East Fifth Street, Tyler, TX MoreLess Info
The Center for Earth and Space Education features a 40-foot spitz NanoSeam domed theater planetarium, along with real time NASA screen exhibits. The center also features changing exhibits in other areas of science.
93% 202 votes
1600 WSW Loop 323, Tyler, TX 75701 MoreLess Info
The Brookshire's World of Wildlife Museum and Country Store has large dioramas of over 450 animals featuring African and North American animals. The country store is set up to look like a 1920s general store. *** Temporarily Closed Please know there are no plans for the Brookshire’s museum and playgroun…
The public can tour the 1859 Goodman-LeGrand House and Museum that sits on nine-acres. The home was originally constructed as a Greek Revival four room cottage, and has undergone four major revisions to become the home of a Civil War Museum, and space for public receptions, recitals, and meetings.
95% 61 votes
150 Airport Drive, Box 2-7, Tyler, TX MoreLess Info
The Historic Aviation Memorial Museum has several vintage aircraft that can be viewed including F-105D Thunderchief, F-111 Aardvark, FJ-4 Fury, Czech L-29 Delfin trainer, Russian Mig-17F, T-33 Shooting Star. Many of the planes are on loan from the Naval Aviation Museum.
Artifacts, memorabilia, and pictures can all be seen at the Cotton Belt Depot Museum. The museum includes the famous 'Bragg Train Collection' of Lionel Electric Trains that has over 200 engines and 1600 cars.
Built in 1878, the McClendon House has a deep history. Opened to the public over 100 years later in 1988, after having been refurbished and updated from fire damage and age, the gorgeous Victorian Era home stands to preserve the McClendon name, their heritage and the history of Tyler.