- TripBuzz found 13 things to do indoors in the Tuscaloosa area. From Paul W. Bryant Museum to Mercedes-Benz US International Visitor Center & Factory Tour, Tuscaloosa offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 18 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 25 different types of things to do inside in or near Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Bowling, Theaters and Jazz/Blues Bars.
- There are 13 indoor activities in Tuscaloosa, and 0 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles.
With 4 floors of interactive exhibits, the McWane Science Center aims at acquainting children with everything that means science and natural life. Amongst others, it has a collection of dinosaurs and an aquarium.
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2101 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N, Birmingham, AL 35203 MoreLess Info
Built in 1976, the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex can host sports events, conventions, and many other public events. It has a 17,654 seats Arena, a 3,000 seats Concert Hall, a 1,000 seats Theater, and several other amenities and facilities.
The Peanut Depot started roasting peanuts in 1907. Visitors can see peanuts roasted in the old antique roasters, buy fresh roasted, salted and Cajun peanuts, and see the architecturally interesting turn of the century building.
Having found its new home inside the Alabama Power Building the Don Kresge Memorial Museum if a interesting place to visit for locals and tourists. The museum features historic radio equipment dating back to the 1920's as well as historical documents and control room artifacts.
173 Highway 301, Calera, AL MoreLess Info
Ozan Winery & Cellars is a portion of a local family's country estate converted into a working vineyard. Tours include a winemaking cellar and public tasting room, The Wine Trail with four local wineries, a train excursion with lunch, or you can enjoy your own picnic from the viewing deck.
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.