- The list below includes 127 free or cheap things to do in or near Manheim, Pennsylvania, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, Farms & Ranches, Bowling and Farmers Markets.
- From Root's Country Market & Auction to Caddy Shack Mini Golf, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Manheim and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lancaster, York, Hershey and Ephrata.
Beginning as a poultry auction in 1925, Root's Country Market & Auction, has grown into the oldest, family-operated country market in Lancaster Country. Offering fresh foods, baked goods, meats and Poultry auctions, and crafts, you can find it at Root's.
Caddy Shack Mini Golf is a family owned and operated miniature golf course and restaurant. The course is challenging, designed with traditional obstacles such as the water wheel and swinging bridges, and is fun for all ages.
With the grounds decorated with flowers, Caddy Shack has an extensive, 20-hole miniature golf course for its guests. The concession stand serves ice cream, fries, and roasted chicken. Visitors can also see rabbits and ducks near the course.
Family owned and operated since 1935, the award-winning Kreider Farms, has grown to encompass over 2,500 acres. Visitors to the farm are encouraged to take a vehicle tour through the grounds, and enjoy seeing the animals up close.
Myers Strawberry Farm is a berry farm that allows visitors to pick their own strawberries and raspberries from the farm's extensive patches. The farm also hosts occasional special events, and sells strawberry lemonade on occasion.
Established in 2003, the B2B Baseball & Softball Academy is an academy aimed at improving the skills of local baseball and softball players. The academy offers private instruction, summer camps, numerous clinics, and many other services for its players.
Featuring 12 lanes of traditional bowling, Cain's Lanes provides bowling for individuals, leagues and private events. The center offers glow bowling, automatic bumpers, food, drinks and Mad Games for an alternative bowling experience.
The Lititz Historical Foundation conducts tours of the 1792 Johannes Mueller stone and log home that is filled with tools and equipment that the tanner would have used for his personal life and his job. The foundation is also home to a gift store, and a heritage garden.