- 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.
The Thomas Viaduct Obelisk is a 15 foot tall obelisk housed on top of the relay end of the Thomas Viaduct, a stone masonry railroad bridge. The obelisk designates the government and railroad officials connected to the bridge project.
Open seasonally, Stand Up Paddle Annapolis offers stand up paddle boards for rent and for sale, as well as lessons for boarders of all experience and ability levels. The company also hosts an annual race.
Hosting leagues and tournaments for volleyball and soccer, Volleyball House is an indoor sports facility with turf soccer fields and volleyball courts. On Fridays, the center hosts a drop-in volleyball session, where visitors can rent courts for recreational volleyball.
Elvaton Park offers visitors access to six baseball fields, a tennis court, and a multi-purpose field. The location also features a concession stand for parents and family members that are watching their young relatives.
71% 7 votes
1787 Castlewood Dr, Colonial Beach, VA 22443 MoreLess Info
The Colonial Beach Yacht Center is situated on the Potomac River at the mouth of Monroe Bay. It offers both open and dry slips which can accommodate vessels from 18 to 118 feet in length in addition to a fuel dock.
60% 5 votes
8419 Baltimore Nat'l. Pike, Ellicott City, MD 21043 MoreLess Info
A 32-lane bowling center, Brunswick Zone - Normandy offers open and league bowling with widescreen monitors. The center provides a snack bar, a pro shop, a full bar with adult beverages, arcade games and a billiard table.
100% 10 votes
300 Oella Avenue, Catonsville, MD 21228 MoreLess Info
The Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum is a historical museum focused on educating the public on the life of Benjamin Banneker, a renowned scientist and abolitionist. Attractions include educational exhibits, horticultural demonstration areas, and walking trails.