- TripBuzz found 35 things to do indoors in the Waynesville area. From Mainstreet Artists Co-op to Sculpture Garden & Gallery, Waynesville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 75 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 40 different types of things to do inside in or near Waynesville, North Carolina. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Children's Play Area, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- There are 10 indoor activities in Waynesville, and 25 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Brevard, Sylva, Cherokee and Maggie Valley.
87% 95 votes
US 321, Townsend, TN MoreLess Info
Get a history lesson at The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum. Formerly one of the largest commercial lumber companies in the area, the Little River Railroad Company built over 150 miles of railroads in the area. Admission is free.
90% 20 votes
Tusculum College, Greeneville, TN 37743 MoreLess Info
The official presidential library for Andrew Johnson is located at the President Andrew Johnson Museum & Library in Greeneville. The collection of artifacts at the institute includes original Johnson family books, artifacts, and papers.
73% 11 votes
925 West Andrew Johnson Highway, Greeneville, TN MoreLess Info
The Carmike Town Crossing 8 is a movie multiplex that features eight auditoriums with digital video and sound capabilities. The theater shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies, and offers a variety of refreshment options.
Phoenix Theatres is a movie theater with many separate cinemas showing first-run movies in digital video and sound. It offers a variety of specials, including summer movie programs, loyalty cards, and refreshment combos.
Eagle Springs Winery, a renovated log cabin, brings a unique honey-based winery to the Smoky-Mountain area. Free tastings are offered daily on Tennessee honey wines plus a selection of dry and semi-sweet varieties.
Tiger Mountain Vineyards carefully selects grapes that are best suited to the climate of the southern Blue Ridge Mountains for local growing. There is a tasting room and cafe in the renovated Red Barn that is open May through November.
The most popular flea market in Tennessee is the Great Smokies Flea Market. A large range of items are available for purchase, including home décor, antiques, toys, clothing, crafts, art, tools, jewelry, automotive items, and sporting equipment.