- The list below includes 12 free or cheap things to do in or near Fairbury, Nebraska, including 11 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Specialty Museums, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Crystal Springs Park to Rock Creek Station State Historical Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fairbury and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Beatrice.
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Take 3rd Street West to Frederick, Fairbury, NE 68352 MoreLess Info
Spanning a total of 73-acres, Crystal Springs Park is a park offering a number of recreational amenities to those who visit. Wildlife viewing, fishing in one of the three bodies of water, birdwatching, or camping are among the popular activities.
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57426 710 Road, Fairbury, NE 68352 MoreLess Info
Located in Fairbury, Nebraska, Rock Creed Station State Historical Park is situated at the site of a former Pony Express station that was established in 1857. The 350-acre park features restored historical buildings, pioneer exhibits, hiking trails and a campground.
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3 blocks west of the northwest corner of the Historic Downtown Square, Fairbury, NE 68352 MoreLess Info
A host of the largest flea market in Nebraska, Fairbury City Park in Fairbury City, Nebraska features softball and swimming at its facility. Thousands of visitors attend the park's July 4th flea market which displays collectibles and antiques.
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Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Fairbury, NE 68352 MoreLess Info
Featuring a quarter mile dirt track, Jefferson County Speedway hosts a variety of races for trucks and other vehicles during the racing season. The speedway also hosts the Jayhusker Racing Association for mini sprint races.
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Visitors to the Pla Mor Lanes Bowling Alley can enjyo traditional ten pin bowling across several lanes during open bowling sessions. Cosmic bowling is offered during the evening hours every weekend, and the facility has an on-site café.
Spread out over two stories, the Rock Island Railroad Depot Museum is a meticulously restored railroad depot. The depot now houses displays of railroad artifacts and memorabilia, as well as a model train display.
Located in a historic building established in the 19th century, District 10 Schoolhouse Museum features displays relevant to the history of the region. While touring the schoolhouse, visitors will see artifacts from the Oregon Trail and Pony Express.