- The list below includes 68 free or cheap things to do in or near Chelsea, Michigan, including 76 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Bowling, Children's Play Area and History Museums.
- From Pierce Park to Jiffy Mix Company, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Chelsea and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ann Arbor, Jackson, Howell and South Lyon.
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720 West Eleven Mile Road, Madison Heights, MI 48071 MoreLess Info
The Young Bowling & Trophy Supply Co., Inc is a sporting goods store that sells bowling balls, shoes, trophy supplies, and medals. The company also deals in apparel and is closed on Sundays.
Free admission is granted between Wednesday through Monday for Simulcasting events of horse races around the word at Raceway Park. In addition to signature race events during the season, the venue features dining options and live music concerts.
Toledo Botanical Garden is a local horticulture center with its numerous display gardens and collections of wildflowers, herbs and more. The gardens are decorated with a number of artistic sculptures and often play host to local concerts during summer.
The Blair Museum of Lithophanes offers access to special, temporary exhibitions and hosts events throughout the year. The location's permanent collection comprises 2,380 lithophanes and other items, including wax models.
With over 30 acres of space, Rosie's Park is packed with activities and attractions. Amenities include picnic areas with grills, a one mile walking trail, basketball court, and a dirt BMX riding trail with a half pipe.
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360 W 13 Mile Road, Madison Heights, MI 48071 MoreLess Info
Spread over 33 acres, Madison Heights Civic Center Park offers a wide range of recreational options including two play structures, a one mile walking/jogging track, basketball court, and four soccer fields. The site is also home to the city's skateboard park.
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100 Laird Avenue, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
The Fort Malden National Historic Site features artifact collections from the War of 1812 and Rebellion of 1837-38. Families enjoy live soldier demonstrations and reenactments, tours, displays as well as seasonal events and festivals.
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214 Dalhousie Street | N9V 1W4, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
The Park House Museum caters to school groups, seniors and the general public. Learn about the history of Amherstburg during the Victorian era in the 1850's through live story telling, hands-on demonstrations and exhibits.