- The list below includes 5 free or cheap things to do in or near Ingersoll, Ontario, including 27 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, History Museums, Parks and Playgrounds.
- From Ingersoll Lanes to Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ingersoll and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Delhi and Elgin.
63% 19 votes
290 Harris Street | N5C 1C8, Ingersoll, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum features artifacts related to the town's local history, including stores related to the War of 1812. The location features a small gift shop and a collection of historical buildings.
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44329 Talbot Line, Elgin, Ontario MoreLess Info
Starting out as a roadside stand, Family Flowers has grown over the years to become a full size garden centre. The family run business uses greenhouses, making them able to stay open year-round. There is a free ?Mini Farm? on site that is home to mini donkeys, mini horses, and other small farm animals.
100% 9 votes
2970 Swimming Pool Road, La Salette, Delhi, Ontario MoreLess Info
Ramblin' Road Brewery Farm is Ontario's only brewing farm. Guests learn about the farm including crops, hops, spring water and the brewing process in creating Ramblin' Road County lagers, ales, pilsners and DPAs.
100% 3 votes
200 Talbot Road | N4B 2A2, Delhi, Ontario MoreLess Info
Offering useful insight into Norfolk County?s tobacco and ginseng farming history, Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre is located near Quance Park. The museum also educates its guests on popping corn and lavender farming.
100% 9 votes
936685 Blenheim Road, Ayr, Ontario MoreLess Info
Synders Family farm accommodates people looking to take their children out for barnyard-themed activities. There's a puppet show, a clown show, and a hayride available all for the price of one ticket. Food and tours are included with the visitor's package.
90% 29 votes
60 Snyders Rd W, Baden, Ontario MoreLess Info
Castle Kilbride serves as an example of the local heritage and tradition of the Wilmot Township. The Castle hosts programs that cater to both history buffs and children alike.