- The list below includes 225 free or cheap things to do in or near Lansdale, Pennsylvania, including 109 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters, Breweries and Farms & Ranches.
- From Hancock Street Park to Morgan Log House, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lansdale and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Doylestown, Media and New Hope.
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619 W Washington Street, Norristown, PA 19401 MoreLess Info
The Norristown Arts Building is home to the teaching, creation, and viewing of art. The Pagus gallery houses a contemporary art exhibit, while private studios are home to artists in residence and daily public workshops in drawing, painting, and sculpture.
The James A. Michener Art Museum contains 2,700 items mainly created in Pennsylvania. The museum has a large collection of Pennsylvania impressionist paintings, and furniture from the Arts and Crafts movement.
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140 Market Street, Collegeville, PA 19426 MoreLess Info
The Movie Tavern Providence Town Center is a unique cinema that provides visitors with a memorable and luxurious movie-viewing experience. Guests are served full meals and drinks while reclining in high quality seats watching the films.
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32 N. Broad Street, Doylestown, PA MoreLess Info
Located in the heart of historic Bucks County is the Bucks County Civil War Round Table Library & Museum. The library and museum houses rare artifacts from the civil war and a collection of first edition books, periodicals and more.
Charged with preserving and interpreting the past of local culture, Bucks County Historical Society is in charge of the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle. The castle includes 44 rooms of unique and artistic architecture.
Henry Chapman Mercer built Fonthill from 1908 to 1912 as his personal home and as a place to display his collection of Moravian tiles. The home was constructed of poured concrete, of many different architectural styles.
Moravian Tile and Pottery Works is where Henry Chapman Mercer created his works during the Arts and Crafts movement. People can watch a video, take a self-guided tour, take tile making classes, and buy tiles.