- The list below includes 18 free or cheap things to do in or near San Angelo, Texas, including 17 different types of inexpensive activities like Gardens, Historic Sites, Bowling and Family Fun Center.
- From The International Water Lily Garden @ Civic League Park to International Water Lily Collection, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in San Angelo.
Railway Museum of San Angelo 703 S Chadbourne St, San Angelo, TX MoreLess Info
Exhibits trace the evolution of railroads, from the 1800s until today, inside a historic passenger depot
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24 S Park Street, between Beauregard and Harris Streets, San Angelo, TX MoreLess Info
The International Water Lily Garden at Civic League Park contains over 150 varieties of water lilies with many being extinct or nearly extinct. It is the first international water lily pond in the United States.
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1000 W Beauregard Avenue, San Angelo, TX 76901 MoreLess Info
Designated as a premiere collection of lilies in existence, the International Water Lily Collection contains some of the rarest lilies on earth, with a collection of 90% of the wild species in existence and more than 4,00 hybrids.
At the San Angelo Visitors Center, visitors can learn about the city of San Angelo, including things to do, places to stay, and great things to eat. Visitors can also learn about where to go, and other area attractions.
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Concho and S. Chadbourne, San Angelo, TX MoreLess Info
The Historic Murals of San Angelo are painted on various businesses around San Angelo. These murals depict life in San Angelo in the early 1900s including the West Texas Ranching Mural that was painted by Texas Muralist Stylle Read and measures 20 feet by 107 feet.
The San Angelo Nature Center offers nature exhibits of three different ecosystems found in Texas, including semi-arid, wooded and wetlands. The center is also a popular place to hold birthday parties.
On the three-acres that make up the Chicken Farm Art Center, visitors find 20 artist studios, a bed and breakfast, and a restaurant. The center often hosts children's art activities, and hosts four major art events each year.
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts features Texas Art including works by Frank Brown, Vernon Fisher, Zanne Hochberg, and Chapman Kelly. The museum also features Mexican religious art, including pieces by Jose de Paez, and Cristobal de Villalpundo, and ceramic pieces by Robert Laidman, Loretta Kaufman, and John …
Visitors can tour Miss Hattie's Bordello that was one of the largest bordellos in the state of Texas before the Texas Rangers closed it down in 1952 after 50 years of operations. Visitors can see the rooms and the small kitchen just as they were in 1952.
The ASU Planetarium has a Sci-Dome HD projector that is capable of showing over 500 million stars and celestial objects, as well as a tilted dome theater. The planetarium is often used for school field trips, as well as by the classes at Angelo State University.