- TripBuzz found 42 things to do indoors in the Elberta area. From Foley Museum Archives Railroad Park to Foley Art Center, Elberta offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 25 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 29 different types of things to do inside in or near Elberta, Alabama. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Bowling and Family Fun Center.
- There are 0 indoor activities in Elberta, and 42 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Pensacola, Foley, Orange Beach and Fairhope.
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87% 68 votes
109 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36602 MoreLess Info
Bienville Books is an independent bookstore carrying used books, especially those with a local connection, as well as first edition books. This bookstore also carries furniture and art from local artists.
98% 128 votes
208 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36602 MoreLess Info
The Crescent Theatre is a modern theatre, with the latest sound and video technologies to make a couple of hours more entertaining for the moviegoer.
95% 1236 votes
355 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602 MoreLess Info
The Mobile Carnival Museum is dedicated only to the Carnival which is held in Mobile. It has on display costumes, crowns, and everything else which people can see at a Carnival. It also has a gift shop.
100% 3 votes
6 South Joachim Street, Mobile, AL 36602 MoreLess Info
At Saenger Theatre Mobile, visitors can attend a range of performing arts events, from rock n' roll bands to musicals. The theater was constructed in 1927 and retains many of its original architectural features.
98% 91 votes
256 North Joachim Street, Mobile, AL 36603 MoreLess Info
Originally constructed for Charles and Caroline Richards in about 1860, the Italianate style Richards-DAR House Museum hosts special events. The six Daughters of the American Revolution organizations in the Mobile area also use the house.
93% 70 votes
350 Oakleigh Place, Mobile, AL MoreLess Info
Costumed guides lead visitors on a tour of the Greek Revival Oakleigh House constructed in 1833 for James Roper. The tour also includes the1850 Cox-Deasy Cottage and the 1860 Cook's House and Garden.
86% 43 votes
11906 Spring Hill Ave., Mobile, AL 36607 MoreLess Info
The Greek Revival Bragg-Mitchell Mansion was built in 1855 for Judge John Bragg so that his wife and daughters could enjoy Mobile's Mardi-Gras season. The 13,000 square foot home can be toured, and is often home to special events.
100% 1 votes
1844 Cowen Road, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 MoreLess Info
Suitable for gymnasts and individuals just interested in fitness, Gulf Coast Gymnastics offers an array of classes and programs. This includes tumbling clinics along with both dance and gymnastics classes.
87% 93 votes
4850 Museum Drive, Mobile, AL 36608 MoreLess Info
Mobile Museum of Art has 7 permanent collections, which exhibit the works of artists from the entire world. All around the year it is also the temporary home for many other exhibitions.
67% 3 votes
8211 Navarre Parkway, Navarre, FL 32566 MoreLess Info
With a selection of wine and beer to choose from, Vine Wine Bar & Shop offers visitors a tasting menu to sample from. Visitors can also enjoy a cheese plate with the wine.