- The list below includes 50 free or cheap things to do in or near Salem, Virginia, including 53 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Movie Theaters, Breweries and History Museums.
- From Salem Rotary Dog Park to Dixie Caverns, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Salem and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Roanoke, Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Bedford.
93% 28 votes
699 Liberty Street, Martinsville, VA 24112 MoreLess Info
Spanning 4.5 miles, the Dick & Willie Passage Rail Trail allows visitors to bike and hike along the trail. The Doyle St. entrance to the trail includes a shed that allows visitors to borrow bikes and helmets for free.
100% 1 votes
107 W Church Street, Martinsville, VA 24112 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view open artist studios for over 15 working artists at Studio 107-Piedmont Arts Assoc. The studio allows visitors to observe to artists as they work and the artists also offer a variety of classes.
100% 3 votes
1 East Main Street, Martinsville, VA 24112 MoreLess Info
The Henry County Courthouse is now the home of the Martinsville-Henry County Heritage Center & Museum. The museum offers artifact, photograph, and furniture displays along with the history of Native Americans, the Civil War, the tobacco industry and more.
86% 7 votes
54 West Church Street, Martinsville, VA MoreLess Info
The Martinsville-Henry County Visitor Center is staffed by knowledgeable and friendly attendants who point you to local attractions and give you maps, activity guides, and help with lodging and restaurant suggestions. A gift store and coupons to attractions are available.
The NASCAR racetrack Martinsville Speedway facility services include lodging, camping, parking, and travel packages in addition to the tickets. Many guides, maps, and needs for first time travelers are offered in addition to contests for the races.
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1001 Douglas Ave., Martinsville, VA 24112 MoreLess Info
The prehistory of the area now known as Virginia forms the basis of the Virginia Museum of Natural History. Most of the collection includes scale model dinosaurs and actual fossilized dinosaur tracks.
97% 70 votes
745 Industrial Park Road, Maxwelton, WV 24957 MoreLess Info
Founded in 2009, the Smooth Ambler Distillery uses natural resources of the region coupled with state-of-the-art distillery equipment to make a variety of craft beverages. The on-site tasting room and retail space allows visitors to view the tanks, stills, and barrelling process.