- TripBuzz found 31 things to do indoors in the Tybee Island area. From Tybee Island Historical Society to Tybee Island Marine Science Center, Tybee Island offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 29 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 22 different types of things to do inside in or near Tybee Island, Georgia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Movie Theaters, Art Gallery and Historic Homes.
- There is 1 indoor activity in Tybee Island, and 25 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Savannah, Hilton Head Island, Bluffton and Hilton Head.
In clement weather, cinemaphiles flock to the Highway 21 Drive-in Theater in Beaufort, South Carolina. Shows begin immediately after sunset. The theater reserves the right to cancel or postpone screenings in severely inclement weather.
Four generations have worked to make the products available at the Carolina Cider Company. The ciders available are all-natural and come in several different flavors which can be purchased with other homemade items like preserves, butter, snacks, and gift baskets.
The Old Sheldon Church Ruins are the historic remains of one of the most lovely churches in the history of the American South. It was actually burned by the British in 1780 and then the new building was burned by Sherman's Army in 1865, leaving the current ruins.
Liberty Cinemas is a movie theater with stadium seating, bargain matinees, assisted listening and Dolby 3D technology. They also have an arcade, concessions stand and a Dippin Dots vending machine in the lobby.
A boutique that features a wide variety of hand crafted art work and curiosities, Palmetto Gallery & Gifts offers jewelry, pottery, photographs, paintings, sculptures, and a variety of other merchandise, most with a beach theme.
Visitors can view a variety of artwork from local artists at the Palmetto Moon Gallery. The gallery is locally owned and operated and features handmade jewelry crafted from Edisto sea glass and shards of pottery.