- The list below includes 155 free or cheap things to do in or near Cleveland, Ohio, including 81 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Music Venue, Breweries and Jazz/Blues Bars.
- From Lake View Cemetery to Edgewater Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cleveland and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Peninsula, Mentor and North Olmsted.
Kent City Parks & Recreation manages the park, building facilities, and recreation programs for the City of Kent. Programs offers include summer programs, babysitting training, fun runs, art events, and triathlons.
As a recreational program offered by Kent State University, Crooked River Adventures has a variety of tours from kayaking, to tubing, to biking. The paddling trips take place on the Cuyahoga River and provide scenic views of the surrounding region.
Featuring eight galleries of ever-changing exhibitions, the Kent State University Museum, is known for displaying important collections of fashion and decorative art. With a collection of over 20,000 objects, don't pass up an opportunity to visit.
There are currently 5,000 items included in the permanent collection of the Akron Art Museum, from the modern period to the present times. Abstracts art, impressionism, pop art, and minimalism are some of the currents which are featured.
Showing the latest movie releases, University Plaza Theater is part of the Golden Star Theater brand. Also known as Kent Plaza Theater, it is equipped with comfortable, stadium style seating and concessions with carrying trays for added convenience.
Situated in Downtown Akron, Lock 3 Park hosts many festivals, like the Hamburger Festival in the summer and Holiday Fest in the winter. The park offers ice skating and sledding in the cold months and a concert series in the warmer ones.
First organized in 1874, the Akron Public Library is composed of 17 branch locations in addition to 21 physical public service outlets. Along with books and movies, the library holds annual events like a comicon, nature programming, and a maker fair.