- The list below includes 263 free or cheap things to do in or near Novi, Michigan, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Sports Facilities/Fields, Bowling and Go Karts.
- From Lakeshore Park to Rotary Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Novi and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ann Arbor, Canton, Dearborn and Westland.
Paint Nite Detroit MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
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Mill Race Village, 215 Griswold, Northville, MI 48167 MoreLess Info
A self-described 'Magical Bazaar of Halloween Art,' the Ghoultide Gathering features a wide array of creative works in various media, all inspired by the Halloween holiday. Food vendors are located on site, as well.
State of MInd Gallery is a galley that features over 40 Michigan artists and fine gifts. They offer an assortment of work including ceramics, fused glass, wood work, metal work, paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, fiber art and granite serving pieces.
Offering custom framing services, Northville Gallery features pieces from regional artists on display for the public. These pieces include the medium of oil painting, paper collage, glass, photography, and Disney acrylic art.
Located in the quaint downtown, Northville First Friday Art Walk is a Friday night event that features the paintings and crafts of local artists. The event occurs on a monthly basis and includes refreshments such as wine.
Up-to-date projection technology and stadium-style seating is offered at the extensive AMC Livonia 20. Featuring 20 screens that include an IMAX, the movie theater offers first-run Hollywood movies and occasional discount events on older films.
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20501 Newburgh Road, Livonia, MI 48152 MoreLess Info
A 95-acre setting preserves agricultural and architectural history at the Greenmead Historical Museum and Village. Original buildings provide a backdrop for tours, weddings, and community gatherings that celebrate the region's founders and heritage.
The extensive Heritage Park is spread over 211 acres close to the Rouge River. In addition to standard park-related activities like hiking, open play fields, and picnic areas, there is also a history museum and nature center.
Providing digital projection on all of its screens, the Phoenix Theaters features first-run Hollywood movies on nine screens with stadium seating and full recliner chairs. Advanced showings of popular upcoming films are featured on Tuesday nights.