- The list below includes 143 free or cheap things to do in or near Cary, North Carolina, including 61 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Music Venue.
- From Fred G. Bond Metro Park to Marla Dorrel Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cary and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Raleigh, Durham, Wake Forest and Chapel Hill.
Guasaca 9918 Chapel Hill Road, Cary, NC MoreLess Info
Food that is delicious, affordable, fresh, and healthy, all at the same time
94% 49 votes
501 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516 MoreLess Info
Foodies love to indulge with Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours. Each tour includes visits to several carefully-selected restaurants and small portions of their best dishes. Guests often have the opportunity to speak with the head chef about what lies on the table before them.
The Factory is an outdoor recreational facility that features a polar icehouse, educational robotics facilities, a serendipity sweet shoppe, and a YMCA. The facility also has a dance institute and a tumble gym.
100% 1 votes
1839 S Main St, Ste 600, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Zoosa's Family Fun center is an indoor recreational facility that features a miniature golf course, go-karts, a video game arcade, and a bungee trampoline. The facility is also available to rent for birthday parties.
100% 3 votes
3325 Rogers Rd, Ste 115, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Wine & Design Wake Forest offers customers the chance to spend two hours harnessing their talents and exploring their creativity by learning to paint. Wine and Design caters to all ages and talents and provides step-by-step instructions while painting.
Featuring a .2-acre dog park, Homestead Park is a recreational complex that includes a basketball court, batting cages, and a meeting room. The park also has a picnic shelter, a skate park, and an indoor swimming pool.
Featuring an open grass field, Mill Bridge Nature Park has several walking trails that lead into the wilderness. The park hosts community events like bluegrass concerts, family movie nights, and classic car shows.
The Carolina Tiger Rescue helps to rehabilitate animals that have often been removed by court order. Visitors can take a tour; help feed the animals including tigers, lions, leopards, cougars, caracals, servals, ocelots, bobcats, bintuwurangs, and kinkojos; or attend a behavior training demonstration.
Important to the Civil War, Bennett Place Historic Site offers guided tours and educational programs for schools and youth groups. Along with the museum, there are walking trails, outdoor exhibits and a picnic area for visitors to enjoy.