- The list below includes 141 free or cheap things to do in or near Huntersville, North Carolina, including 72 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Playgrounds and Movie Theaters.
- From Bradford Park to North Mecklenburg Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Huntersville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Charlotte, Concord, Cornelius and Mooresville.
A museum that offers educational activities and developmental play, the Main Street Children's Museum has weekly and seasonal events. The museum can be a host for birthday parties and offers guided tours and programs.
First opened in 1950 as a children's discovery center, the Museum of York County, has grown to include a large collection of exhibits on Africa and its animals. Visitors can also visit the planetarium, naturalist center, and the local landscape.
Catawba Cultural Center is a collection and celebration of Catawba Indian Nation history. Visitors can view exhibits full of historical tribal artifacts, tools and pottery, and learn the history of the people straight from direct Catawba ancestors.
Glencairn Gardens is an 11-acre botanical garden with a wide variety of plants. Visitors can use paved walkways to explore the landscaped lawns, see ducks and fish in ponds, and even plant seeds in a public vegetable garden.
Nestled in Hickory, North Carolina, the Hickory Museum of Art is a large art museum with extensive community outreach and programming. The museum offers self-guided tours, guided group tours, yoga sessions and t'ai chi classes.
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Palmetto Hills Paintball Field & Store is a full service family friendly Paintball Facility. They carry all popular major brands of paintball equipment and supplies and have 5 full service fields to accommodate all paintball game modes and play types.