- The list below includes 247 free or cheap things to do in or near Lawrenceville, Georgia, including 96 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Running/Jogging and Family Fun Center.
- From Alexander Park to Tribble Mill Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lawrenceville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Decatur, Alpharetta, Cumming and Roswell.
Featuring the ruins of an old mill, Historic Scull Shoals Mill Village has a trail for self-guided tours of the area. The mill is located within Oconee National Forest, where the first settlers of Georgia lived.
Covering 120,000 square feet, the Booth Western Art Museum is the second largest art museum in Georgia. Its permanent collection is dedicated to the American history and culture, and contains among others 200 native artifacts and a mythic west gallery.
Situated on 8 acres of pasture land, the North Georgia Corn Maze offers nearly three miles of paths through tall corn in the middle of a pastoral, scenic setting. Visitors can stroll through and take in scenery.
Once a Victorian mansion, Rose Lawn Museum has been hosting exhibits for over three decades with donations from private collections and historical societies. Its named is derived from the 200 rose bushes that once lined the grounds fence lines and walkways, which the museum is in the process of restoring.
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A twelve-theater movie multiplex, Carmike Cinemas Plaza 12 shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies with digital video and sound. Some theaters are equipped for 3D, and the theater offers a variety of discount matinees and promotions.
As a family owned business for 65 years, Griffin Stadium Cinemas specializes in creating an environment for the whole family to enjoy. Keeping up with modern requirements, tickets are available for purchase online and theaters are equipped with stadium seating and 3D capabilities.
Cooper's Furnace is a free standing stone kiln that dates back to the pre-Civil War era. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the structure and surrounding park has a pavilion and hiking trails for visitors to enjoy.
Completed in 1999, Wynoma Tyus Park is 164 acres of beautiful landscape. Named after an Olympic gold medallist, the park is a favorite among locals with its 3 acre lake, fountain, 7 soccer fields, 5 baseball diamonds, and batting cages.