- The list below includes 37 free or cheap things to do in or near Muscatine, Iowa, including 49 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Billiards/Pool Halls.
- From Discovery Park to Deep Lakes Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Muscatine and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Davenport, Rock Island, West Branch and Walcott.
Bijou Cinema is a movie theater within the University of Iowa that offers open screen nights, late-night film showings, and foreign film showings. The cinema also presents late-night forums to engage the students and the community.
50% 2 votes
150 N Riverside Drive, Iowa City, IA 52246 MoreLess Info
Featuring both extensive permanent collections and a changing array of visiting art exhibitions, the University of Iowa Museum of Art also hosts lectures and other educational and cultural special events.
100% 4 votes
Canton Street near Foster Road, Iowa City, IA 52245 MoreLess Info
Thornberry Off-Leash Dog Park is large, well-maintained, and fenced in so dogs can run around and play freely while their owners relax. There is also an area for agility training, a special area for small breeds, and a pond.
Spanning 28,000 square feet, the Antique Car Museum of Iowa has roughly one hundred vehicles in its permanent collection. The beautiful, tastfully-appointed building has a banquet hall and is also available for event rentals.
75% 8 votes
860 Quarry Road PO Box 5081, Coralville, IA 52241 MoreLess Info
Established in 1967, the Johnson County Historical Society is a group dedicated to displaying and preserving the history of the local area. The society operates a museum that is home to over 10,000 local historical artifacts.
An architectural award winning facility, John Deere World Headquarters, has something for everyone to enjoy while visiting. It's all free, from the equipment museum, to the three-dimensional mural, to the lush walking paths on 1,400 acres of land.
The 1876 Coralville Schoolhouse is a historic school building that tells a story about how schooling and life was in the late-19th century. Tours are available by appointment only to those interested in visiting the schoolhouse.