- The list below includes 111 free or cheap things to do in or near Dripping Springs, Texas, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Mini Golf, Trampoline Parks and Breweries.
- From Milton Reimers Ranch Park to Hamilton Pool Preserve, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dripping Springs and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, San Marcos, Canyon Lake and Wimberley.
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702 Main Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 MoreLess Info
Offering a superb collection of artifacts from prehistoric times, the Bastrop County Historical Society Museum is a favorite among locals and tourists. The museum exhibits also include town artifacts from the 19th and 20th centuries, preserving the areas rich history.
Supporting the talents of artists from around Texas, the Bastrop Fine Arts Guild showcases a selection of mediums. The space features many styles of painted works, such as acrylic, watercolor and oil, as well as wood, jewelry and clay sculptures.
Crescent Bend Nature Park is a 190 acre natural setting complete with open-air picnic tables, fishing access, wildlife and plant observation and over 8000 feet of hiking surface. Also planned for the future are a canoe site, pavilions and guided tours.
The Cibolo Nature Center is essentially a large park with several trails throughout the area. Promoting conservation of natural resources through stewardship and education is the primary mission of the institution.
Depicting a history of the agriculture industry in Boerne, the Agricultural Heritage Center is full of artifacts, models, stories, and more. Exhibits include antique tractors, cider making, and butter churning demonstrations.
The Admiral Nimitz StateHistoric Site is situated on 9-acres of land in Fredricksburg and includes several WWII-themed destinations. The center-piece of the site is the National Museum of the Pacific War, part of which is housed in what was once the Nimitz Hotel.
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340 East Main Street, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 MoreLess Info
Formerly known as the Nimitz Museum, the National Museum of the Pacific War, is America's only exhibition hall solely dedicated to the WWII Pacific Campaign. Visitors of all ages will be enthralled by the memorabilia and multi-media exhibits.