Top Three Indoor Winter Activities in Georgia

indoor winter activitiesThe weather is starting to cool off, but that doesn’t mean you have to let the cabin fever set in yet. There are plenty of fun indoor winter activities to do around Georgia that would make for an awesome day trip with your family. Enjoy these fun activities—as well as the warm indoors— whenever you’re bored this winter.

Go to the Theatre

No, we don’t mean the movies. There are a variety of historical theatres around Georgia that put on beautiful live plays. Atlanta’s Fox Theatre is renowned far and wide for its stunning, mosque-inspired architecture, and Cotton Hall in Colquitt is known for its unique setting as a former cotton warehouse.

Take the Train

Ever want to know what it was like to ride an old-fashioned passenger train? Check out the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad or the steam and diesel locomotives at the Georgia State Railroad Museum. You can also check out the SAM Shortline in Georgia Veterans State Park.

Head to a Museum

Georgia has an incredible rich history. Why not head to the Old School History Museum and Uncle Remus Museum in Eatonton, or check out the Laurel & Hardy Museum of Harlem? There’s also the Rural Telephone Museum in Leslie for a unique perspective of Georgia’s past.

These indoor winter activities in Georgia are family-friendly and sure to keep you and your loved ones both entertained and warm.