- The list below includes 8 free or cheap things to do in or near Dunkirk, New York, including 63 different types of inexpensive activities like Bars, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Fishing.
- From Dunkirk Lighthouse & Veterans Park Museum to Rookies on the Lake, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dunkirk and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fredonia and Jamestown.
Since 2003, No. 6 RCAF Dunnville Museum has been displaying memorabilia from the Service Flying Training Schools. Vintage aircraft and a flight simulator help visitors get a feel for what the pilots experienced during their training.
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209 Ridge Road North | L0S 1N0, Fort Erie, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Sanctuary: Centre for the Arts is a permanent art gallery and performance arts space. The centre regularly hosts concerts, plays, and other artistic events. Workshops and programs are available through the Fort Erie Arts Council, which calls The Sanctuary home.
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402 Ridge Road North, Ridgeway, Fort Erie, Ontario MoreLess Info
Located in the 1874 Bertie Township Hall, For Erie Historical Museum features both permanent and changing exhibits on the local history. Public archives containing genealogy data are available for visitors to examine. Close to the museum is Peace Bridge and the Old Erie Fort.
Originally opened in 1956, the Lake Shore Railway Museum is located in what was once the New York Central Railroad passenger depot. The museum maintains a collection of classic locomotives and other railroad artifacts and memorabilia.
As a bowling alley, North East Bowling Lanes hosts open bowling sessions and organizes tournaments for the community. The alley has a concession stand that serves pizza, including a special discount for families.
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4969 Haldimand Road 20, Dunnville, Ontario MoreLess Info
Whether visiting overnight or for the day, Byng Island Conservation Area has many activities to keep guest s entertained. Hiking, fishing, and boating are all encouraged. The park contains one of Ontario's largest outdoor swimming pools, which can accommodate 1,000 swimmers.
Camping is the biggest feature at Rock Point Provincial Park. A large picnic area overlooks the scenic lake, while hiking and bike trails wind throughout the park. Swimming is welcome at the rocky beach.
The sculptures of Larry Griffis, Jr. and other international artists are featured in the woods, fields, and ponds of the Griffis Sculpture Park. There are over 250 large sculptures in the park that are dispersed over the several miles of hiking trails.
Lake Erie Speedway offers race competitors the opportunity to compete in five race divisions including the Plyler Overhead Door Modifieds (NASCAR), Street Stocks (NASCAR), Compacts (NASCAR), Legends (U.S. Legend Cars International) and Bandoleros (INEX).