- The list below includes 87 free or cheap things to do in or near O'fallon, Illinois, including 68 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Bowling.
- From Eckert's Belleville Farm to The Beer Frame Lounge at St. Clair Bowl, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in O'fallon and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Edwardsville, Belleville and Collinsville.
Eckert's Belleville Farm has been the Eckert's family business for 7 generations. Besides selling fresh vegetables and fruits, the Eckerts also own a country restaurant, host birthday parties and other special events, and organize picnics.
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5950 Old Collinsville Rd., Fairview Heights, IL 62208 MoreLess Info
Located above a 50 lane bowling center, The Beer Frame Lounge at St. Clair Bowl offers a full bar with a view above the lanes. The lounge has activities like darts, pool, air hockey and pinball with several televisions.
Enjoy the small town theatre atmosphere in Fairview Heights, Illinois, complete with friendly staff and affordable tickets. Big screens and comfortable seating make for a fantastic viewing experience, complete with tasty concessions and popular titles.
Offering second-run feature films, St Clair 10 Cine provides 10 auditoriums with digital projection and all stadium seating. The theater offers a snack bar with food and drinks, arcade games and private event hosting.
Screenvision is a cinema advertising service that offers innovative strategies for marketing in partnership with movie theaters. Screenvision does spots, slide shows, digital preshow advertising, lobby advertising, and many other approaches to cinema marketing.
A 95-acre park, Pleasant Ridge Park offers hiking, picnic areas, a playground and wintertime sledding. On the park grounds is the Kinsella cabin, which was built in 1854 and is the oldest structure in Fairview Heights.
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800 South Morrison Avenue, Collinsville, IL 62234 MoreLess Info
A water tower built in 1949, the World's Largest Catsup Bottle stands 170 feet tall and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. A festival bearing dedicated to it every year since 1998.
Featuring exhibits focused upon the history of the community and the Illinois workforce, Labor & Industry Museum is located in the city of Belleville. Some of the displays include memorabilia from the cast-iron stove, glass making and brewing industries.