- The list below includes 87 free or cheap things to do in or near Keizer, Oregon, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Music Venue, Arts & Crafts Classes and History Museums.
- From Willark County Park to Keizer Rapids Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Keizer and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salem, Canby, Albany and Wilsonville.
Located in downtown Salem, the Capitol City Theater hosts a professional comedy and improvisational troupe. The group presents 90 minute improv shows with interactive performance games. The theater also offers classes and corporate programs.
Schreiner's Iris Gardens has won the Dykes Memorial Medal from the American Iris Society 11 times for the irises that it grows on their 200 acres of land. From May to July, visitors can view 10-acres of the irises free.
Willamette University is a private university that features a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs through its wide range of schools. The location's athletic programs include football, soccer, baseball, basketball, golf, tennis, and softball.
Patrons can find over 350,000 items including print books, audio books, DVDs, videos, music CDs, cassettes, public computers, meeting space, and art shows at the Salem Public Library. Visitors can also view a small art gallery.
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The Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill explores the wool production process, with costumed history interpreters leading tours in the historic water-powered mill, built in 1889, that stands with 8 other historical buildings on the 5-acre site.
Bush's Pasture Park contains the oldest greenhouse conservatory in Oregon, the Bush Barn Art Center featuring contemporary art, and the Bush Museum in the Asahel Bush home. The park also contains numerous playgrounds, horseshoe courts, tennis courts, and ball fields.
Guided tours take visitors to Bush House Museum back to 1878, the year the family mansion was constructed. Inhabited for 75 years by the family of owner Asahel Bush II, the house, located in Bush's Pasture Park, was kept largely in its original condition.
With its grand architecture, Victorian gardens and intricate stained glass, the Historic Deepwood Estate is a must-see for locals and visitors to Salem. The estates rich history began in 1893, and today the grounds are available for weddings and private events.
As of 2013, native grasses are being restored to the Minto Brown Park. Visitors can expect to see this restoration, along with a large off-leash area for pets, and 14 hiking trails ranging from .11 miles to 1.89 miles.