- The list below includes 185 free or cheap things to do in or near Parma, Ohio, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Pubs, Movie Theaters, Parks and Bowling.
- From Good Olde Daze to Durty Nelly's Pub, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Parma and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Cleveland, Peninsula and Medina.
As a recreational program offered by Kent State University, Crooked River Adventures has a variety of tours from kayaking, to tubing, to biking. The paddling trips take place on the Cuyahoga River and provide scenic views of the surrounding region.
Atlas Cinemas Great Lakes Stadium 16 is a movie theater that features new releases on 16 different screens, with films having up to 10 daily showtimes. They offer many discounts including bargain matinees and customer appreciation days.
Don Drumm Studios & Gallery is a 5,000 square foot art gallery showcasing the artwork of over 500 American artists. The gallery features collections of jewelry, glass, sculpture, ceramics, metal, and various graphics.
Featuring eight galleries of ever-changing exhibitions, the Kent State University Museum, is known for displaying important collections of fashion and decorative art. With a collection of over 20,000 objects, don't pass up an opportunity to visit.
Featuring a 5-acre fishing pond, Eleanor B Garfield Park measures 65 acres and provides basketball and tennis courts as well as baseball and soccer fields. It offers a wildlife area, playground, picnic facilities and an outdoor pool with slide.
Showing the latest movie releases, University Plaza Theater is part of the Golden Star Theater brand. Also known as Kent Plaza Theater, it is equipped with comfortable, stadium style seating and concessions with carrying trays for added convenience.
97% 201 votes
8095 Mentor Ave, Mentor, OH 44060 MoreLess Info
There is much to learn about the life and accomplishments of our nation's 20th President, when you visit the James A. Garfield National Historic Site. The site features exhibits in Garfields farmhouse, a visitors' center and picnic areas on the grounds.