- The list below includes 248 free or cheap things to do in or near Media, Pennsylvania, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Military Museums, Hiking Trails and Playgrounds.
- From Ridley Creek State Park to Rose Tree Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Media and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Wilmington, West Chester and New Castle.
Lancaster Brewing Company is a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike. The brewery operates by the law that only pure ingredients such as hops, yeast, water and malt be used to create the beers and offers a full lunch and dinner menu along with their beet selections.
The Coca-Cola Park is the home ballpark for the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs, an affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. The stadium can also be used for special events, such as corporate meetings, reunions, and weddings.
The American modernist painter Charles Demuth is the focus of the Demuth Museum. The museum collection is currently housed in the original home of Demuth on King Street, which serve as a historic site for the painter as well as a place that holds is artwork.
The history of Central Market dates back to 1730 when Andrew and James Hamilton laid out the original town. The market moved to its present location in 1757, and the building was constructed in 1889, and still serves as one of the country's largest farmer's markets.
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The Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster County collects, preserves, and then interprets the history of Lancaster County through its permanent collection and annual exhibitions. The site also serves as the Lancaster Quilt and Textile Museum with locally crafted decorative arts.
As the site of a historic battle from the American Revolution, Princeton Battle Monument is an ornate stone sculpture created by 19th century artist, Frederick William MacMonnies. The monument has a walkway lined with trees and benches.
1461 Schoenersville Road, Bethlehem, PA 18018 MoreLess Info
Visitors can stroll through the park-like area known as Burns Plantation in the middle of the city. Visitors see a late 1800s farmhouse, summer kitchen, two barns, a garden, and outbuildings.
A county park, Scherersville Park spans 300 acres. The park's centerpiece is Jordan Creek, and it offers fishing opportunities in both the creek and in nearby mine holes. The park is also a good destination for bird watching.