- The list below includes 308 free or cheap things to do in or near Duluth, Georgia, including 97 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Parks, Hiking Trails and Arcades.
- From Chattapoochee Dog Park to HippoHopp Indoor Playground, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Duluth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Decatur, Roswell and Alpharetta.
Laser Quest - Gwinnett Atlanta MoreLess Info
Laser Quest offers laser tag games so small groups can enjoy friendly competition
100% 5 votes
Rogers Bridge Park, 4291 Rogers Bridge Road, Duluth, GA 30097 MoreLess Info
Located along the Chattahoochee River, Chattapoochee Dog Park features a two-acre grass field for large dogs and a one-acre field for small dogs. The park provides interactive water fountains, agility equipment and dog waste bags.
100% 4 votes
1630 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite 110, Duluth, GA MoreLess Info
HippoHopp Indoor Playground is enjoyed by kids of all ages. Play structures include an indoor maze, three-lane obstacle course, rock-climbing wall and more. Free Wi-Fi and big screen televisions are a hit amongst adults.
Situated on 67 acres, Shorty Howell Park features a community room, lighted youth baseball fields and a multipurpose sports field used for football and soccer. The park has a 1.25-mile paved trail, children's playgrounds, picnic areas and restroom facilities.
Measuring 134 acres, McDaniel Farm Park is a former cotton farm restored to a typical 1930s farm. The park provides picnic facilities, three miles of trails and tours of the farm structures including blacksmith shed, carriage house and barn.
A restaurant and entertainment center, Dave & Buster's features arcade and redemption games along with air hockey and billiard tables. The facility also offers a full dining menu and a bar with adult beverages and televisions for sports viewing.
79% 187 votes
Buford Highway at Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth, GA 30096 MoreLess Info
Southeastern Railway Museum showcases a range of vintage locomative railroad coaches and engines including a private car used by President Warren G. Harding. The museum also offers train rides around the park.