- The list below includes 113 free or cheap things to do in or near Lebanon, Ohio, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Warren County Historical Society Museum to Glendower Historic Mansion, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lebanon and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dayton, West Chester, Hamilton and Mason.
Middletown Regional Flight Institute 1251 W Blee Rd., Hangar 1, Springfield, OH MoreLess Info
Put ground-school education into action during a 2.5-hour flight while taking off, flying, and landing the plane beside an instructor
The Warren County Historical Society Museum is housed in a three-story, 28,000 square foot building and features exhibits dating from prehistoric to modern times. In addition to the exhibits, facilities are available for hosting weddings and special events.
Situated in a historic downtown location, the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad is historic railroad that provides visitors with historic train rides through the city. During the rides, guests learn about the local history as well as railroad operations.
A part of historic downtown Lebanon, Picture This is a custom frame shop that also features arts, crafts, and collectibles. The shop specializes in shadowbox and needlework framing and features an extensive collection of framed and unframed art.
From boarding to training, Whistle Jacket Farm offers visitors a facility with barns, riding arenas, and pastures. The farm hosts training clinics for horsemanship and horse shows where visitors can watch skilled riders compete.
Open since 1963, the Orbit Fun Center features a roller skating rink and skate rentals, a bounce house for kids, a video game arcade, and redemption games with prizes. The facility hosts birthday parties and other events.
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105 Cincinnati Avenue, Lebanon, OH 45036 MoreLess Info
The Glendower Museum and Ohio Historical Society is a popular tourist destination of Lebanon. The museum is housed in a historic 1845 Greek Revival mansion and it open to the public for tours.
Showing the newest movies at reasonable rates, seeing a movie at Colony Square Cinemas is one of locals' favorite activities. With a concession stand and clean facilities, the theater provides just enough frills without the bloated cost of other theaters.