- The list below includes 164 free or cheap things to do in or near Davis, California, including 95 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Science Museums and Gardens.
- From The Davis Arboretum to Davis Greenbelt, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Davis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sacramento, Carmichael, Vacaville and Elk Grove.
Visitors can take in the beauty of nature whilst walking the paths of the Gardens at Heather Farms located in Walnut Creek, California. A series of natural gardens surround the nearby lake, highlighted by the beautiful roses when in season.
The Haggin Museum is a premier art and history museum of Stockton. The museum features various traveling exhibits as well permanent exhibits that include a 19th century art collection and information on prominent historical members of the towns past.
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The Old Faithful Geyser is a geothermal well erupting at regular intervals and a popular tourist attraction. There is a nice picnic area nearby as well as a small farm and a museum. The entry fee is a bit pricey.
Not only a monument of wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, Lindsay Wildlife Museum in Walnut Creek, California provides an interactive experience for all visitors. With over 25 live animal presentations, historical exhibits, and children's classes, it is a wonderful learning experience.
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Stockton Indoor Sports Complex is open to the public most weekends and features a rink for roller derby, skating and hockey that also doubles as a volleyball court. The snack bar has a variety of food and drinks.
Located on 13-acres of land in total, Larkey Park is a community park filled with a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These include a children's playground, a picnic area, walking trail, and the Lindsay Wildlife Museum on-site.
Guests of the Round Valley Regional Preserve will be able to go hiking, horseback riding, and bicycling in a site that reaches temperatures of up to 100 degrees during the summer. The location also offers campsites that feature picnic tables and a restroom.