- TripBuzz found 17 things to do indoors in the Athens area. From Terrapin Beer Company to Georgia Museum of Art, Athens offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 32 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 38 different types of things to do inside in or near Athens, Georgia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Music Venue, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 10 indoor activities in Athens, and 7 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Madison, Commerce and Winder and Madison, Commerce and Winder.
Urban Enigmas Escape Rooms Athens, GA MoreLess Info
Groups must work together to find the clues, solve the puzzles, complete the mission, and escape the room in under 60 minutes
A family entertainment center and bowling alley, the Showtime Bowling Center features 32 lanes of bowling with automatic scoring as well as a video game arcade and billiard tables. The center is available for party rentals.
The Georgia Theatre is a local music venue built inside an old cinema and hosts a variety of live music performances of many different genres such as folk, popular, country and more. The rooftop restaurant and bar offer beautiful views of the city.
With the combination of Hollywood movies and wide ranging independent films, Cine BarCafe can meet the entertainment desires of many individuals. The BarCafe portion of the site features traditional movie fare along side selected wines, beers, coffees, and teas.
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136 Grady Avenue, Athens, GA 30601 MoreLess Info
As a group of professional actors and directors, Town & Gown Players At Athens Community Theatre has musicals, plays, and comedies for visitors to attend. The theater has opening night events with special guests.
Flicker Theatre & Bar hosts local artistic activities including live music, poetry reading, art shows, variety acts, stand up comedy, benefits and locally made movies. They also feature activities like poker, ping pong and video games.
Owned and operated by the University of Georgia, the Georgia Museum of Natural History holds 14 natural history collections. The individual collections are divided by six different departments of the university, including anthropology, botany, geology, geography, plant pathology, and entomology.