Looking for something fun to do on a rainy day here in Tennessee? It’s easy to get frustrated when the weather doesn’t cooperate, but there are plenty of activities you can do indoors that are just as enjoyable. From the country music heritage of the Grand Old Opry in Nashville to Elvis Presley’s home and final resting place at Graceland in Memphis, here are the 10 best rainy day Activities in Tennessee.
The Grand Ole Opry showcases the best of country music's past, present, and future. It has served as a laboratory for the growth and evolution of the art form for more than a century now.
Elvis Presley's Graceland is as mysterious as it is beautiful. Located on a 13.8-acre estate, the home is open to the public for tours and remembrance.
The Titanic Museum lets you put yourself in the shoes of the Titanic's passengers and experience what it was like to walk the grandiose ship, including the famous Grand Staircase. You’ll be surrounded by more than 400 artifacts that were part of the ill-fated voyage.
Sugarlands Distilling Company offers award-winning spirits, tours, and merchandise. With its authentic products, barn-house location, and first-class entertainment, visitors can experience Tennessee distilling up close.
The Tennessee Aquarium, with its IMAX theater and 10,000 animals, is situated on the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga, TN. It’s one of the largest in the state and will give you several hours of rainy day exploration.
The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame is near the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. It’s a tribute to the past, a celebration of the present, and a place to promote and inspire the future of the sport.
Take some time to visit the oldest microbrewery in Johnson City. They’re serving up traditional and seasonal beers, experimental batches, and cask ales, all of which are made one barrel at a time.
With the power of storytelling, ISC (International Storytelling Center) enriches lives. They’re a nonprofit organization that teaches, enriches, and builds a better world through three categories: performance, preservation, and practice.
Known as "the Greatest Site Under the Smokies," Tuckaleechee Caverns are a hidden gem in Townsend, TN. As the world's oldest mountain chain and estimated to be between twenty million and thirty million years old, the Caverns are a place of history and lore.
Located in the Apple Barn Village, the Apple Barn Winery overlooks the world-famous Apple Barn General Store & Cider Mill. On site you’ll find two amazing home-cooking restaurants, a bakery, a candy store, an ice cream shop, and other gems. The wine here is made by blending apples with other fruits for a truly unique southern flavor.