- The list below includes 213 free or cheap things to do in or near Hazelwood, Missouri, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Specialty Museums, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Bigfoot 4 x 4 Inc to NASCAR Speed Park St. Louis, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hazelwood and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Florissant, Ballwin and Edwardsville.
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The Neutral Zone is a games arcade that features a wide assortment of games including old school games like classic Star Wars and Joust to a newer selection. Neutral Zone also offers a collectibles shop.
The former home of Robert Campbell, the Campbell House Museum was built in 1851. The museum has furniture, clothing, letters, paintings and other items that belonged to the Campbell family when they lived there between 1854 and 1938.
The Jacoby Arts Center is a non-profit venue that seeks to promote and display the arts to the local community. Events at the center include live music performances, local artists' exhibits, and community classes, among many others.
Offering first-run films, AMC Chesterfield 14 features an IMAX auditorium along with RealD 3D movies. The theater provides stadium seating, 14 auditoriums, theater rentals for private events and a lobby snack bar with food and drinks.
The Granite City Ice Skate Rink is a wonderful way for the youth and community to unite and do something active. The rink is the home of MVCHA Granite City Warriors Hockey Team as well as many other hockey clubs.
Summerstage Inc is an amateur thespian organization which began conducting theatrical performances in 1981. The group currently operates out of a seventy seat theater and presents five programs per year, including dramas, comedies and musicals.
Designed by Cass Gilbert, the Central Public Library was built in 1912.The library was partially financed through a donation from Andrew Carnegie and contains elaborate designs throughout, including a ceiling modified from Michelangelo's famous ceiling at the Laurentian Library.