- The list below includes 58 free or cheap things to do in or near Holland, Michigan, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Breweries, Beaches and Farms & Ranches.
- From Holland State Park Beach to Mount Pisgah, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Holland and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Grand Haven, Saugatuck, Wyoming and Grand Rapids.
Originally constructed in 1911, the Wealthy Theatre is a community theater that serves as a live performance center for the surrounding community. The theater includes a projection screen, a grand curtain, and a micro-cinema space.
Michigan Flywheelers Museum exhibits historical farming history and vehicles. The museum allows visitors to take a self-guided tour that includes an old town area, log cabin, sawmill, shingle mill and blacksmith shop.
Experience the luck o' the Irish at Biddy Murphy Celtic Goods in South Haven, Michigan. This unique boutique is packed with jewelry, clothing, photographs, books, CDs, artwork, toys and other Irish-inspired items.
Offering three screens with first-run movies, Michigan Theatre has and old-school vibe with family friendly pricing. They even have a beloved refillable popcorn bucket deal that attracts a large audience. The theatres are small and intimate.
Lakeview Lanes, now known as Alley's Classic American Diner and Bowl, features eight lanes of bowling, and offers open bowling as well as party rentals, leagues, and tournaments. The facility also serves a full food and beverage menu.
North Beach offers the famous Lake Michigan lighthouses and lots of beautiful sand. There are beach volleyball courts, a concession stand, swimming complete with varying sand bars and an easy walk to restaurants and pubs.