- TripBuzz found 7 things to do indoors in the Attalla area. From Chestnut Station to Mary G Hardin Center for Cultural Arts, Attalla offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 19 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 23 different types of things to do inside in or near Attalla, Alabama. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Bowling.
- There are 0 indoor activities in Attalla, and 7 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Gadsden.
St. Bernard Abbey, Cullman, AL 35055 MoreLess Info
Ave Maria Grotto, known as 'Jerusalem in Miniature,' is a tiny city of shrines in a four-acre park. The collection of 125 reproductions of some of the most famous historic buildings and shrines of the world are the lifetime work of Brother Joseph Zoettl, a Benedictine monk.
Part of the Carmike Chain, Cullman's Carmike Cinema is a movie multiplex that features first-run films with digital video and sound. It offers specials on tickets and concessions, including a refillable popcorn bucket.
For locals and visitors in Alabama looking for an artistic outing, the 3rd Street Promenade is an enjoyable stroll. The promenade offers an eclectic mix of original art by local artists as well as home décor items and gifts.
Rennards Gallery is a local art gallery and framing shop providing a number of works and services to its customers. Original prints, prints from famous artists, and custom framing are among the artworks and services offered from the gallery.
68% 2090 votes
509 West Willow Street, Scottsboro, AL 35768 MoreLess Info
A one-of-a-kind store that buys unclaimed baggage from airlines and freight ships which are sold to consumers at a substantial discount. There is a huge selection of electronics, cameras, iPads, sports equipment and lots of clothes, shoes, and perfumes.
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428 West Willow St, Scottsboro, AL 35768 MoreLess Info
The Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center stands to commemorate the lives of young African Americans who suffered racism in the 1930's. The museum celebrates the positive actions of all those who fight against oppression.
Preserving the history of railroading in the area, the Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum displays artifacts from Native American history through modern times. The historic depot building was built in 1872 on the ruins of Stevenson's first railroad depot.