- The list below includes 122 free or cheap things to do in or near Hilliard, Ohio, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like Playgrounds, Hiking Trails, Parks and Soccer Field.
- From Prairie Oaks Metro Park to Homestead Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hilliard and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbus, Westerville, Dublin and Powell.
The Huber Machinery Museum features examples of the inventions created by Edward Huber. Visitors will find steam tractors, gas-powered tractors, threshers, and the wood-revolving hay rake, which was patented in 1865.
The Webb House Museum is managed by the local historical society which offers afternoon tours of the turn-of-the-century mansion. The arts and crafts architecture of the house and grounds have been furnished with period-correct fixtures and furnishings.
See a movie under the starlit sky at Skyview Drive-In Theater. Moviews are shown in HD 1080 picture quality on an 80' screen. A concession stand is available for food and beverages. Pets are allowed on a leash.
The Steve Hogg Recreation Center provides recreation facilities and exercise for its visitors. Facilities at the site include batting cages, basketball courts, pool tables, ping-pong tables, and air hockey tables.
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2331 State Route 343, Yellow Springs, OH 45387 MoreLess Info
Providing one of the most prominent examples of glacial canyon cutting in the reason, the Clifton Gorge Nature Preserve gives guests scenic views of waterfalls, rapids, and wildflowers. Hiking, walking, photography, and picnics are permitted in the park.
Beginning in 1929 with 293-acres of wooded landscape and gardens, the Dawes Arboretum, has grown to more than 1,800-acres with 5,000 different types of woody plants. Visitors can enjoy the many hiking trails or see much of it from the car.
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5 N 6th Street, Newark, OH 43055 MoreLess Info
The Licking County Historical Society Museums Vtrns Park is an organization that preserves the town's past in a number of displayed homes, museums, and events such as the Dancing Through the Decades ball.