- The list below includes 48 free or cheap things to do in or near Kalamazoo, Michigan, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Pubs, Bowling and Dance Clubs.
- From Markin Glen County Park to Bank Street Farmer's Market, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kalamazoo and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Battle Creek, Portage, Augusta and Leland.
Big Lake Brewery has clean, well laid-out tasting room with large bar and plenty of tables. The barrel aged Chinook is worth the stop alone, but the variety of choices and depth of quality is surprising in a brewery that has only been around for about a year.
Founders Brewing offers a wide selection of beers including seasonal and specialty beers. Patrons can visit the taproom which overlooks the brewing facilities or have lunch at the deli. Founders taproom also has live music three times a week.
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115 College Ave. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 MoreLess Info
The Voigt House Victorian Museum is a historic attraction that displays the conditions of upper-middle class life in Grand Rapids during the Victorian era. It features a knowledgeable staff and various artifacts from the Victorian era, including clothing and china.
Midwest Museum of American Art is housed in a classical bank-style building in the center of downtown Elkhart, Indiana. It showcases a permanent collection of more than 6000 pieces of 19th and 20th century American art.
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22 Sheldon Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 MoreLess Info
Geared toward young children, the Grand Rapids Children's Museum inspires children to learn through imaginative play. It includes an animal clinic, playground, 'kidstruction' zone and many other exhibits that introduce children to various careers and hobbies.
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5200 South M-139, St. Joseph, MI 49085 MoreLess Info
Situated on 39 acres, Concord Ridge Equestrian Center is a facility with a multilevel barn, indoor arena, stables, and other amenities. Visitors can board their horses at the barn, or take up horseback riding lessons at beginner to advance levels.
Plangger Park is a privately owned and operated softball facility that offers two separate fields with bleachers and even concession areas. The park is home to competitive fast-pitch softball leagues whose teams play throughout the summer.
Grand Rapids Art Museum features multiple exhibits on topics that focus on the relationship between nature and artwork. The museum also hosts a classical concert series on Sundays, dinners, and special events for schools.