- The list below includes 92 free or cheap things to do in or near Beavercreek, Ohio, including 69 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Pubs, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From WO Wrights to Beaver-Vu Bowling, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Beavercreek and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dayton, Springfield, Lebanon and Fairborn.
Filled with life-sized fossils of dinosaurs and animals, Joseph Moore Museum offers a variety of exhibits that highlight the field of paleontology. The museum has a planetarium where visitors can learn about constellations and watch movies about space.
Dick Baumgartner's Basketball Shooting Camp offers overnight and day camps that teach boys and girls shooting techniques that the great shooters use. Alignment, footwork, grip, offensive and defensive skills along with drills to improve after the camp are taught.
Joseph Moore Museum was established as a teaching collection. The stars of the collection are the Egyptian mummy, giant prehistoric mammals and the live snake collection. The paleontology department deserves a special mention. Group tours are welcome.
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Esquire Theatre shows movies including new Hollywood releases, cult classics, independent and foreign films. They feature a bar that serves beer, wine and cocktails in addition to coffee and baked goods.
Completed in 1933, the Krohn Conservatory exhibits more than 3,500 species of plants, in collections such as the following: the Palm House, the Tropical House, the Orchid Display, the Desert Garden, and the Bonsai Collection.
More than 60,000 items are included in the permanent collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum, some of them dating back to 6,000 years ago. The areas covered are various, from fashion to sculptures to ancient artifacts.
Featuring a wide range of outings to choose from, Trapper John's Canoe Livery, is your source for enjoying a relaxing day on the waters of Big Darby Creek. Guests can rent tubes, canoes, kayaks and even a fishing trip or overnight stay.
Many vendors work at the Findlay Market, which is Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market. It is open Tuesdays through Sundays and features roughly two dozen vendors that sell fish, meat, produce, poultry, cheese, flowers, deli items, and ethnic foods.