- 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.
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361-541 Center Street East, Warren, OH 44481 MoreLess Info
Built along a former railway path, the Western Reserve Greenway Trail is a nature trail that provides visitors access to the local natural environment. Walkers, hikers, bikers, and other outdoor enthusiasts can experience local wildlife and vegetation along the trail.
Located in a restored art deco-style building, Jupiter Studios is a multipurpose space: art gallery, live music venue, recording studio, and restaurant. It hosts a variety of different performers and events, and is available for rent for parties.
Built in 1905, Glamorgan Castle is a large historic mansion built out of stone and Vermont marble. The interior of the mansion features a variety of different architecture, from classic Greek to Renaissance to Japanese decor.
Family owned and 100% organic, the Mulberry Creek Herb Farm caters to the needs of the local community by offering a variety of herbs for sale. Guests can visit the property and purchase herbs for medicinal or culinary purposes.
Founded in 1978, the Canton Classic Car Museum exhibits 7 classic automobiles, some of them being built in 1917. The memorabilia exhibited includes vintage toys, thousands of items related to President McKinley, a oriental exhibition, and others.
Situated on 172 acres, Osborn Recreation Area features fields and courts for soccer, baseball, tennis and volleyball along with grassy meadows and wooded areas suitable for bird watching. It also offers picnic facilities, walking trails, children's playgrounds and restrooms.
1899 Mahoning Avenue Northwest, Warren, OH 44483 MoreLess Info
Created to recognize Packard's influence in the realm of transportion, the National Packard Museum looks at the historic automobiles from the historic manufacturer. The collection is composed of artifacts, documents, and even automobiles.