- The list below includes 151 free or cheap things to do in or near Lakewood, Ohio, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Parks, Bowling and Music Venue.
- From Lakewood Park to Lakewood Dog Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lakewood and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cleveland, Peninsula, Medina and North Olmsted.
Enjoyed by hobbyists of all ages, Medina Toy & Train Museum offers an up-close look at railroad memorabilia and nostalgic toys. The museum is free to attend and features real train exhibits, interactive children's stations, model cars and airplanes and collector dolls.
Rinky Dink Family Fun Center has miniature golf, bumper boats, go-karts, batting cages, an arcade, and many food options. For younger children they have a climbing playground and there is also a special room for toddlers.
Filled with a variety of Christmas themed exhibits, Castle Noel has memorabilia and artifacts from movies and popular culture for visitors to view. It also has a gift shop that sells holiday merchandise like Christmas lights.
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1145 West Steels Corner, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 MoreLess Info
Built on 800 acres of land, Blossom Music Center is the outdoor home for the Cleveland Orchestra. Featuring a pavilion that accommodates over 5,000 seats and lawn seating for another 13,000, attend a concert or show under the stars.
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599 Berkshire Drive, Medina, OH 44256 MoreLess Info
Established in 1978, the Roscoe Ewing Park Disc Golf Course is a 16-hole disc golf course known as the first one in the entire state. The course features Mach 5 holes and is 5,631-feet in length from the longest tees.
Recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Kirtland Temple was built in the 1880's by the Latter Day Saints as their 'House of Worship'. Visitors to the temple can take guided tours and learn about and witness the history of this amazing place.
Experience the life and science of a farm at Lake Metroparks Farmpark, a family-friendly center devoted to agriculture and country life. Kids can enjoy the hands-on milking demonstrations, the animals, and horse and tractor wagon rides.
The LDS Church Headquarters was established in Historic Kirtland in the 1880's. Visitors can experience life in those times through the meticulously restored and rebuilt structures, including the sawmill, schoolhouse, farms and more.