- The list below includes 227 free or cheap things to do in or near Langhorne, Pennsylvania, including 114 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Farms & Ranches, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Picnic Spot.
- From Core Creek Park to Playwicki Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Langhorne and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Princeton, Doylestown and Trenton.
Over 1,700 acres of land compose Tyler State Park, which covers Neshaminy Creek. Originally a farm and adjoining woodlands, the park now offers picnic areas, biking trails, boating, disc golf, and ice skating in the winter.
Visitors can view a variety of items related to the history of the Bensalem community at the Historical Society of Bensalem. The society has collected variety of photographs, records, documents and artifacts.
Suitable for leagues, private events and casual bowlers, Levittown Lanes offers bowling, shoe rental and events like Moonlight Bowling. The bowling center also has a restaurant offering pizza, sandwiches and other items and a bar serving alcoholic beverages.
Situated along Falls Township Lake, Falls Township Community Park provides access to the lake for boating and fishing. It features courts and fields for softball, basketball and roller hockey, a skate park, open fields, a playground and picnic areas.
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1455 Franklin Mills Circle, Philadelphia, PA 19154 MoreLess Info
An attraction for both residents and visitors, the Franklin Mills Mall has over 200 popular stores. The mall has movie theaters, popular restaurants, high-end clothing retailers, electronics stores, and a huge skate park to suit every member of your family.
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360 Eagle Road, Newtown, PA 18940 MoreLess Info
The Newtown Grant Master Recreational Center is a recreational facility that is a part of the Newtown Grant Homeowners Association. The center features a pool, tennis and basketball courts, soccer fields, a baseball diamond, and a playground.
Neshaminy State Park is a 339-acre park along the Delaware River. Amenities include hiking trails, picnic pavilions, an adult swimming pool and a children's spray park. The park is also home to the Playmakers Theater Workshop.