- TripBuzz found 14 things to do indoors in the Winchester area. From Jail Museum to Tullahoma Bowling Lanes, Winchester offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 29 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 28 different types of things to do inside in or near Winchester, Tennessee. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, History Museums and Bowling.
- There are 2 indoor activities in Winchester, and 13 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Lynchburg, Tullahoma, Manchester and Monteagle.
Tullahoma Bowling Lanes is a bowling alley offering both standard and cosmic bowling. Tullahoma Lanes also maintains a gaming room, and is host to several bowling leagues for various ages and skill levels.
Founded in 2011, the Ole Shed Brewing Company is a brewery and taproom in Tullahoma. The brewery produces a large selection of ales, porters, stouts and IPAs, as well as a selection of seasonal favorites.
As a community theater, Community Playhouse showcases the local talent by featuring school plays, comedies, musicals, and more. The playhouse puts on several productions each season and auditions members of the community.
Tullahoma's Hands-On Science Center is a combination museum, educational center, and visitor attraction. It offers a variety of educational hands-on exhibits designed to teach visitors about science in fun ways.
The collection at the Beechcraft Heritage Museum was formed over many years through donation or loan of aircrafts and artifacts. Exhibits include several hangar displays as well a technical library and separate library building.
Visitors at the Monteagle Winery can enjoy an afternoon long tasting of their wines. In addition to the tasting room, they also have a large gift shop that is fully stocked with bottles of their wine and wine related accessories.
One of the most famous types of whiskey in the world is made at Jack Daniel's Distillery. The main location holds daily tours. The bulk of the tour involves a great deal of walking outdoors and lasts just over an hour.
The Tennessee Walking Horse Museum provides visitors access to documents, photographs and artifacts that are a part of the history of the Tennessee Walking Horse breed. The museum offers group tours by special arrangement.