- The list below includes 54 free or cheap things to do in or near Bessemer, Alabama, including 49 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Monuments, Inline Skating and Parks.
- From Doughboy Monument at DeBardeleben Park to Premiere Cinema, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bessemer and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Birmingham, Pelham, Hoover and Alabaster.
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16th and 17th Streets and 2nd and 3rd Avenue, Bessemer, AL MoreLess Info
Serving as a memorial to fallen World War I soldiers, Doughboy Monument at DeBardeleben Park is a statue of a life-sized American doughboy soldier. Visitors can view each of the four plaques on each face of the monument.
2474 Morgan Road, Bessemer, AL 35022 MoreLess Info
Established in 1995, the Roller Motion Skate Center is a skate center that is located in a 15,000-sqft facility that is home to a concession stand and a hardwood skate floor. The center is also available for birthday parties.
Tannehill Premiere Cinemas prides itself on providing a premier film going experience to adults and kids alike. The state of the art theater shows the latest titles and offering a full service snack and drink bar.
Moonlight on the Mountain has a small theater where performers perform folk, Americana, roots, country and bluegrass music to intimate settings of 85 to 100 people. The room can also be rented for private parties.
Spanning 250 acres, the Moss Rock Preserve and Waterfall is a publicly owned and managed natural forest and stream system. The preserve features five miles of hiking trails along stream beds, past waterfalls and natural boulder formations.
Insky's Thomas Kinkade Gallery maintains a collection of original and limited edition art by popular artist Thomas Kinkade. The gallery offers a wide variety of works for sale, and hosts special events.
With sales all around the year and also hosting special events opened to the public, Riverchase Galleria is worth spending a few hours with the family or with friends. It also has restaurants and playgrounds for children.
Rickwood Field is the oldest surviving professional ballpark in the United States. Originally opened in 1910 for the Birmingham Black Barons, the ballpark is currently being restored and features special events and ball games.