- TripBuzz found 33 things to do indoors in the Maggie Valley area. From Stompin' Ground to Wheels Through Time Transportation Museum, Maggie Valley offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 78 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 41 different types of things to do inside in or near Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Music Venue, Dance Clubs, Specialty Museums and Art Gallery.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Maggie Valley, and 30 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Waynesville, Sylva, Bryson City and Cherokee.
Western N.C. BBQ Festival Asheville MoreLess Info
Two-day music festival features a variety of festivities including BBQ, live entertainment, crafts fair, and chainsaw art demonstrations
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62 Vintage Lane, Maggie Valley, NC MoreLess Info
Motorcycle buffs enjoy visiting the Wheels Through Time Transportation Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. The museum is dedicated to vintage motorcycles, accessories and paraphenalia. There are over 300 motorcycles in the institution's permanent collection.
Bluegrass, country and 'mountain music' reign at the Maggie Valley Opry House in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. This historic performance space has hosted many of the world's finest country and folk musicians.
Smoky Mountain Jumphouse is an inflatable play center filled with several inflatable bouncers' for children to jump and play on. Smoky Mountain also features an 18 foot slide and an inflatable obstacle course.
Featuring regularly rotating exhibits, Mainstreet Artists Co-op showcases the crafts and artwork of various local artists. Visitors can meet the artists at receptions or at their art stall where they sell their pieces.
Live music, second-run movies, and classic films are among the attractions that bring individuals to The Strand at 38 Main, a cinema and music venue. The venue seats 412 individuals and is housed in a historic building constructed in 1945.
Featuring the work of a local artist, Pennington T Art Gallery displays the colored pencil drawings that depict regional landmarks like Cold Mountain and Grandfather Mountain. All of her work can be purchased with custom framing.