- The list below includes 429 free or cheap things to do in or near Burke, Virginia, including 114 different types of inexpensive activities like Tennis, Parks, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- From Old Keene Mill Swim & Racquet Club to Lakeside Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Burke and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Silver Spring and Bethesda.
Glenstone is an art and architecture museum where everything from the landscaped exterior to the building itself has been carefully designed with an artistic eye. The museum specializes mostly in postwar, postmodern art and sculpture pieces.
Both children and parents can socialize at the large Chibis Indoor Playground. Tunnels, slides, toys, play frames, hands-on activities, and ride-on cars keep the little ones thoroughly entertained while parents can enjoy their children having fun in a safe environment.
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Cooking is made both fun and accessible at the Cookology Recreational Culinary School. The courses help the average person prepare healthy and delicious meals that can work within most budget ranges.
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At a depth of 9 feet, Rock Creek Garden Pool offers visitors a shallow pool for recreational swimming. The pool has equipment like inflatables to use in the pool, as well as a lounge area with chairs and umbrellas.
20/20 Horsemanship is a recreational equine facility that offers private horseback riding sessions, summer camps, and educational lectures and clinics. The farm also has a boarding and training program for horses.
A 20-screen movie theater, Regal Countryside Stadium 20 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room, mobile ticketing and a cafe with food and beverages.
Many activities are offered at the Algonkian Regional Park that is located along the Potomac shore. The site features a par-72 golf course, a large waterpark complex, trails, a boat launch, miniature golf, and picnic shelters.
Quantico National Cemetery, located in Triangle, Virginia, is reserved for veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Established in 1983, it houses seven memorials over 725 acres. Among the notable burials is Captain Frederick C. Branch, the first African-American officer of the Marine Corps.
Situated on 24.2 acres, Jesup Blair Local Park is home to a 1850s mansion that was most recently used as low-income housing. The park features basketball and tennis courts, a soccer field, a playground, walking trails and picnic areas.