- The list below includes 63 free or cheap things to do in or near Coralville, Iowa, including 36 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Children's Museums, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- From S.T. Morrison Park to Creekside Ball Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Coralville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Marion and Amana.
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55 12th Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA MoreLess Info
Cedar Rapids is home to the African American Historical Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa. This institution is dedicated to the contributions of Iowan African-Americans. Exhibits also explore topics such as life in Western Africa before development of the slave trade.
Featuring 44 lanes, Westdale Bowling Center offers both open and league bowling along with a laser tag arena. The center provides food and beverages, arcade game machines, pool tables, cosmic bowling and optional bumpers.
Cedar Rapids' NewBo City Market is a large farmers' market that features rotating vendor booths and permanent shop installations. Visitors to the NewBo City Market come for fresh produce, warm baked goods, fresh meat, delectable gourmet treats and more.
The Cedar Rapids Kernels are a Minor League Baseball team affiliated with the Minnesota Twins organization. Fans of the team commonly attend games at the nearby Veterans Memorial Stadium, which features seating for 5,300 spectators.
The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art includes thousands of pieces of artwork, many from the early 20th century. As well as featuring art, the museum also holds art classes and hosts special events throughout the year.
Penguin's Comedy Club, located in Cedar Rapids, IA, has performances by established comedians, as well as an open mic night, where budding comics can try their hand at stand-up comedy. Shows are about 90 minutes long.
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813 First Avenue S. E., Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 MoreLess Info
Featuring over 150,000 volumes, the Masonic Library and Museum houses both Masonic and non-Masonic collections and the Charles H. Swab Memorial collection. It includes Egyptian and military artifacts, among others, including a Civil War flag and collection of books.
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615 1st Ave. S.E., Cedar Rapids, IA MoreLess Info
Featuring a mix of permanent and rotating exhibits, The Carl & Mary Koehler History Center offers visitors exhibits depicting the cultural history of the region. The exhibits have displays for the Civil War, natural disasters, and other regional events.