- TripBuzz found 11 things to do indoors in the Talladega area. From Speedway Lanes Bowling Center to International Motorsports Hall of Fame, Talladega offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 19 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 29 different types of things to do inside in or near Talladega, Alabama. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums and Historic Buildings.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Talladega, and 7 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Anniston and Sylacauga.
Wellborn Muscle Car Museum is home to the largest collection of muscle cars in the country. You can see everything from cars to the parts room, and everything is perfectly restored. The cars change frequently so every visit is unique.
Cup O' Art is an art gallery and studio that allows visitors to create their own art works in various media. The gallery hosts events for kids and for adults, often with specific themes, and invites visitors to bring drinks.
Playhouse Cinemas Theatre hosts first-run movies for film lovers to enjoy in Real3D and Digital Surround Sound. The theatre, which uses Christie Projectors, also sells popcorn and other classic movie goodies.
4343 N 73rd St, Birmingham, AL 35206 MoreLess Info
The exhibits displayed at the Southern Museum of Flight pertain to both the military and the civil domain. There are Korean War Jet collections, Vietnam War helicopters, Tuskegee Airmen collections and others. It organizes summer camps for children.
Alabama Symphony Orchestra makes music and provides services to the residents of the state, serving nearly 100,000 individuals a year through concert series, youth programs and educational and community engagement efforts to fulfill their mission to change lives through music.
20 32nd St N, Birmingham, AL 35222 MoreLess Info
With the oldest building from the site dating back to 1902, the Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark produced iron for almost 80 years, until it was transformed into a museum in 1983. There are 40 buildings on the site and 2 blast-furnaces. It can host special events.