Fun, indoor activities in Clarksville, TN!

 Clarksville’s most recent arctic blast has finally bid us farewell, but the weather forecast is predicting that it’s going to be a bit longer until we get to enjoy warm, rain free days. After being house bound due to the freezing weather, a lot of people are probably experiencing some cabin fever and just need to get out of the house! Fortunately, there are plenty of great activities to participate in and places to visit in Clarksville, TN regardless of the weather!

  1. Swirlz Art Studio – Unleash your inner artiste and make a beeline for Swirlz Art Studio. Relax in their casual studio, learn some new techniques from Swirlz experienced and friendly art teachers and leave with your own masterpiece – you never know, you could be the next Van Gogh! Swirlz also offers kid’s classes. Visit their website to register for a class.

  2. Kids N Play – Reasonably priced admission and age specific play areas are just two of the reasons why Kids N Play is the place to be for Clarksville kids! Featuring a 3 level play system, bungee trampolines, a cannon blaster and more, Kids N Play is fun for all ages. There’s a comfortable seating area for parents and from 4pm-8pm on the first Tuesday of every month, Kids N Play hosts a special night for children with special needs.

  3. Pinnacle Bowling – Who doesn’t love a good old game of ten pin bowling? If you’re feeling like a bit of friendly competition, head on over to Pinnacle Bowling on Warfield Blvd. Single games are under $4 and if you visit on a Sunday or Monday night from 5pm to close and bring a can of non-perishable food to donate, then you’ll receive a free game!

  4. The Roxy Theatre – Located in historic downtown Clarksville, the popular Roxy Theatre features talented professional actors, a dedicated and creative crew and a cozy atmosphere. The Roxy offers a variety of shows catering to families, children and adults with refreshments served during intermission. With their convenient Franklin Street location close to a number of dining establishments a night out at the Roxy Theatre is sure to delight!

  5. Customs House Museum and Cultural Center – With a rich history and a wide variety of permanent and rotating exhibits, Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is a fun, interesting and educational way to spend the day. The second largest museum in the state of Tennessee, Customs House Museum has had hundreds of thousands of visitors enjoy experiencing the fun of their “Bubble Cave”, taking a walk down “Memory Lane” and be wowed by the many other permanent and temporary exhibits. Visit their website for current admission prices and hours.