- The list below includes 99 free or cheap things to do in or near Port Washington, Wisconsin, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Bowling, Playgrounds and Art Gallery.
- From Possibility Playground to Coal Dock Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Port Washington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Milwaukee, West Bend, Cedarburg and Menomonee Falls.
Suitable for casual and league bowlers, King Pin Bowl & Ale House is a traditional bowling center with shoe rental and optional bumpers. The facility offers arcade games, pool tables, dart boards, a full-service bar and a grill.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art features work of artists created in Wisconsin. The museum features a large collection of Carl von Marr works including his The Flagellants, along with works by Tom Bamberger, Robert Franz Albert von Neumann, and Truman Lowe.
Families in West Bend Wisconsin visit the Paradise Theatres for family movie night. The facility, which is home to 10 theatres, charges extra for 3D entertainment. Reclining and comfortable seats are also featured at the facility.
West Bend Regal Ware Museum tells the story of two giants in the aluminum housewares industry. Both companies had a significant impact on the Washington County community and were instrumental in nationally shaping American consumerism and women's history.
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Built in 1877, the St. Agnes Historic Convent & School is a Fieldstone pioneer home that highlights the challenges of early Wisconsin settlers. The convent sisters became one of the earliest schools in the area.
The Kettle Moraine YMCA provides members with a full-service gym and recreation facility. In addition to workout rooms with modern equipment and weights, the facility also operates a swimming pool and racquetball courts.
Located in West Bend, Wisconsin, the Ridge Run County Park is a 140-acre park that features hiking and nature trails. The park's main feature is an esker - a winding ridge that was formed during the last ice age.
Open since 1961, Village Bowl offers 26 customizable bowling lanes with sound and graphics options available. The alley also features multiple large-capacity party rooms with different themes that can be rented out for special occasions, dinners, or gatherings.