- The list below includes 130 free or cheap things to do in or near Cedarburg, Wisconsin, including 67 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Art Gallery, Parks and Historic Sites.
- From Cedarburg Covered Bridge to Covered Bridge Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cedarburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Milwaukee, West Bend, Waukesha and Port Washington.
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Experience the Powertrain Operations facility and see how engines are made. The 30 minute Harley-Davidson Factory Tour offers a limited view of the assembly line, while the Pilgrim Road Steel Toe Tour includes engine room and Museum admission.
Built in 1975, the Kettle Moraine Ice Center is an ice hockey facility that has the goal of teaching youth sportsmanship, ice-skating, and teamwork. The rink hosts a number of youth and adult hockey leagues.
Families in West Bend Wisconsin visit the Paradise Theatres for family movie night. The facility, which is home to 10 theatres, charges extra for 3D entertainment. Reclining and comfortable seats are also featured at the facility.
A historic neighborhood with homes dating back to 1850, Concordia is full of mansions and regal estates built by the rich families of the Victorian Era. Tours are offered to guide visitors through the neighborhood and historically furnished homes.
Suitable for casual and league bowlers, King Pin Bowl & Ale House is a traditional bowling center with shoe rental and optional bumpers. The facility offers arcade games, pool tables, dart boards, a full-service bar and a grill.
Surrounded by metal gates, Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture contains a circular path that leads visitors through patches of flowers and plants. The garden consists of different species of herbs, flowers, and grasses that change depending on the season.
Riverside Park is an eighteen hole golf course set in a scenic city park and offers a variety of distance and challenge with each hole. The lush greenery, the parks river and the courses water hazards add to the challenge.
An independent movie theater, Fox Bay Cinema Grill features three auditoriums used to show first-run films. The theater offers all digital projection, RealD 3D movies, in-theater dining and a standard assortment of concession items.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art features work of artists created in Wisconsin. The museum features a large collection of Carl von Marr works including his The Flagellants, along with works by Tom Bamberger, Robert Franz Albert von Neumann, and Truman Lowe.