- The list below includes 207 free or cheap things to do in or near Fort Worth, Texas, including 103 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Museum, Movie Theaters, Music Venue and History Museums.
- From Sundance Square to Texas Christian University, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fort Worth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Arlington, Irving, Grand Prairie and Grapevine.
Tommy's Hamburger Grill & Patio 2455 Forest Park Blvd., Fort Worth, TX MoreLess Info
Fan favorites include the one pounder, B-52 Burger and the Fancy Bird with grilled chicken, bacon, and Brie
30% 10 votes
1300 N Central Expy, Ste 300, Allen, TX 75002 MoreLess Info
Cosmic Jump Trampoline Entertainment Center offers many activities on trampolines, like dodgeball, basketball and their night entertainment with backlights and dance music. They also have a cafe with snacks like pizza, nachos, popcorn and ice cream.
At Fort Paintball, visitors can navigate an outdoor arena filled with inflatable obstacles for a competitive paintball experience. The paintball field accepts walk-ons and provides rental packages that include the gun, mask, and tank.
Located on 104 acres of open fields, Celebration Park features baseball and soccer fields as well as basketball and tennis courts. It provides a 1.5-mile walking and biking trail, picnic facilities, a large playground and a splash pad.
91% 805 votes
2155 County Road 2008, Glen Rose, TX 76043 MoreLess Info
The Fossil Rim Wildlife Center has guided tours of their 1,700-acre facility filled with wild animals from around the world. Visitors can feed the animals, drive their own vehicles through the facility, take a guided tour, enjoy a picnic, feed the fish at the koi pond, or buy souvenirs.
Covering 39 acres, Wylie Community Park offers facilities for picnics, basketball, baseball and volleyball as well as horseshoe pits and a playground. The park also features a paved hike and bike trail, almost one-mile in length.
100% 11 votes
Industrial & State Hwy 5, McKinney, TX MoreLess Info
The first burials at the 57-acre Pecan Grove Memorial Cemetery occurred in the mid-1800s. The cemetery is also home to a recreated Settlers Hall that can be rented for community meetings and weddings.