- The list below includes 94 free or cheap things to do in or near Florence, Kentucky, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Parks, Swimming Pool and Art Gallery.
- From Lincoln Woods Park to Florence Senior Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Florence and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and Fairfield.
The Motorsport Lab Cincinnati MoreLess Info
Drivers get behind the wheel of a Lamborghini or Ferrari with an instructor for laps around an autocross car-control course
Through its galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center, and the Otto M. Budig Theatre, The Carnegie seeks to provide its patrons with a multidisciplinary arts experience. It is housed in a revamped Carnegie Library built in 1904.
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Carnegie Arts Center, 1028 Scott Blvd, Covington, KY 41011 MoreLess Info
The Cincinnati World Cinema takes as its mission the education and information of the local community regarding film as art form and expression of cultural diversity. The Cinema presents a variety of films that might otherwise not be shown locally.
The Baker-Hunt Foundation endows the Baker-Hunt Art and Cultural Center, which offers classes in a variety of artistic endeavors including painting, drawing, cartooning and manga drawing, clay, and pottery. The facility also offers dance and yoga classes.
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1301 Western Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45203 MoreLess Info
Museums, theaters, and a library can be found in the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. This is an old renovated railroad station, built in 1928, which also now exhibits items pertaining to the railroad domain.
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50 E Freedom Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202 MoreLess Info
A museum for the conscience together with other 3 museums, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is dedicated to the Underground Railroad, and also to all the efforts which are aimed at abolishing slavery and securing freedom.
Built in the art deco architectural style, the Carew Tower is home to stores, restaurants, and other facilities. It was built in 1930 and stands 49 stories high. The observation deck on the last floor offers a panoramic view of the city.
Founded in 1939, the Contemporary Arts Center has moved in a new six story building that acts as a work of art itself. The collection contains a variety of innovative and thought-provoking photography, paintings, and other art forms.
The 8 acre Washington Park is a hub for all kinds of activities and includes a dog park, playground with boardwalk and stage, fountains and climbing walls. The open space is frequently utilized for concerts and other events.
The attraction-based mall of Newport on the Levee features an extensive choice of entertainment, dining, and shopping options. Visitors can play at the large arcade GameWorks, dine at the world famous Toro restaurant, and shop at Art on the Levee Gallery.