- The list below includes 134 free or cheap things to do in or near Mason, Ohio, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- From Cottell Park to Schappacher Park Dog Run, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Mason and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and West Chester.
Also known as the Upper Valley Mall Cinema 5, Chakeres Cinema 5 is a movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first run Hollywood movies. The theater offers discount matinees and a variety of other promotions.
The permanent collection at the Springfield Museum of Art contains numerous French and American artworks dating back to 19th and 20th centuries. The museum also hosts traveling exhibits which showcase a variety of pottery artworks, photographs, paintings and more.
Operated for over 65 years, Shamrock Lanes offers a premier bowling experience for kids and adults alike. The facility includes a bar, entertainment center, and is available for birthday parties, corporate events and features a bounce house.
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1340 East High Street, Springfield, OH 45505 MoreLess Info
At Frank Lloyd Wright's Westcott House, visitors can go on guided tours and learn about Wright's architectural style. The location also features a gift shop for those who are interested in souvenirs.
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As the home field for the Champion City Kings, a minor league baseball stadium, Carleton Davidson Stadium provides visitors with grandstand seats to watch the games in. For each inning break, there are activities with audience participation.
At Chakeres Cinema 10, guests can see the latest movies in standard and 3D formats. The theater provides discounts for students, military, and seniors with valid ID. The theater provides closed captioning on Mondays.
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The Reverend John Rankin was a prominent abolitionist in the early 1800s, and the John Rankin House serves as a memorial to him and his work. The house was actually one of the better known stops along the Underground Railroad and was preserved to contain several of Rankin's personal items.