- The list below includes 132 free or cheap things to do in or near Hamilton, Ohio, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Sculpture Parks and Arts Centers.
- From Hamilton Lane Public Library to Holly's Dog Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hamilton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and West Chester.
Paintball International (No Longer Used In Hierarchy) Louisville MoreLess Info
Tactical combat plays out during all-day group paintball outing
93% 15 votes
300 North Third Street, Hamilton, OH 45011 MoreLess Info
Established in the 19th century, Hamilton Lane Public Library is an octahedral building filled with couches to read books on. The library hosts weekly events for the community, including story time readings and Lego clubs.
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Noyes & Van Hook Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015 MoreLess Info
Benninghofen Playground & Sprayground is a public park that offers both outdoor amusement facilities like swings, climbing structures, slides, and other playground equipment and an indoor splash park. The park also has a steep hill for winter sledding.
Hamilton, OH MoreLess Info
Located among picturesque meadows, forested areas, and gardens, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, is an outdoor museum dedicated to the history of sculpture. With a variety of special events held year round, visit often.
82% 11 votes
1763 Hamilton Cleves Road, Hamilton, OH 45013 MoreLess Info
A large outdoor park and art museum, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum Park showcases a variety of artworks placed along walking trails. The park features a seasonal light show, as well as an indoor museum area
83% 12 votes
101 S Monument Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45011 MoreLess Info
Providing personalized art instructional classes, Fitton Center For Creative Arts specializes in visual and performing arts. The center has an exhibit and a gallery that displays the work of the students.
Featuring eight screens, AMC Theatre displays first-run, feature films using digital projection. The theater has concessions with food and drinks, stadium seating, descriptive video and assisted listening devices and facilities for private events and parties.
The Butler County Historical Society is devoted to cataloging, preserving, and raising interest in local and regional history and culture. The society sponsors a variety of educational and cultural events.
50% 4 votes
640 Williams Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015 MoreLess Info
The New Linden Lanes Family Entertainment Center boasts a bowling alley as well as a bar & restaurant. The alley has black lights that surround the lanes, a DJ that plays music, and even an arcade.