- The list below includes 112 free or cheap things to do in or near Cypress, Texas, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Laser Tag, Magic Shows and Movie Theaters.
- From Telge Park to Dyess Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cypress and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Katy, Houston, Spring and Tomball.
The Katy Heritage Museum is composed of several separate historic structures which are open to the public. There are three homes, the old post office, Humble Mess Hall, Tradition Bank Bandstand, and an old tool shed and wash house.
Opened in 2010, the Magnolia Unity Park offers visitors access to a large variety of amenities located within the park. These amenities include a 7,500 square foot covered pavilion, volleyball courts, a skate park, and a nature trail, among others.
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415 Barren Spring Drive, Houston, TX 77090 MoreLess Info
Owned by a funeral company, the National Museum of Funeral History brings together artifacts from the funerals of notable personalities like John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley with a collection of historic hearses to illustrate the history of funeral services in the US.
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The George Mitchell Nature Preserve was recently renamed the Spring Creek Greenway. The name shift was made by a group of ecologists and preservationists who are seeking to connect and protect up to 12,000 acres of forest on both sides of the creek.
Offering first-run feature films, AMC Spring 10 provides ten auditoriums with reserved seating. The theater offers a bar with adult beverages, reclining chairs, theater rentals for private events and a snack bar with food and drinks.
At Big Texas Dance Hall & Saloon, visitors can go country dancing, enjoy a beer, and listen live music. Every Wednesday, the hall offers free dance classes that teach the waltz, two-step, and swing dancing.
A pedestrian walking path stretching half a mile in length, The Magnolia Stroll connects the Magnolia Sixth Grade Campus to Sullivan Park and eventually to the Farmers Market. The Stroll is picturesque, with public art, arbors, and benches.
With Houston Ghost Tour, visitors can navigate through the haunted landmarks of the city with an experience guide. The trip takes visitors through hospitals, theaters, and other buildings while explaining the historical significance of each place.