- The list below includes 30 free or cheap things to do in or near Shipshewana, Indiana, including 59 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, History Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Flea Markets.
- From Dutch Creek Farm Animal Park to Menno-Hof Mennonite - Amish Visitor Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Shipshewana and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Elkhart, Goshen, Middlebury and Leland.
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1100 South Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802 MoreLess Info
With exhibits of the plant life from the tropical zones to the arid areas, the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory hosts special events dedicated to both adults and children, while also being available for renting.
The African-American Historical Museum showcases the history of people of African descent in Allen County, Ind.., as well as African history. The museum is also home to the city's collection of African art.
If you are looking for family fun and learning at the same time, then Science Central is the place to visit. Don't miss the Science on a Sphere exhibit showing the earth in motion or any of the other 130 hands-on adventures.
Founded in 1913, the Masonic Temple is a landmark building. Visitors will find a boulder in front of the building marking the centennial celebration of the first dwelling in Battle Creek. The building is available for private event hosting.
Located on an abandoned agricultural site, W.K. Kellogg Experimental Forest is situated on 716 acres used for research on tree planting, breeding and genetics. The forest can be used for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding and picnics.
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480 West Van Buren, Battle Creek, MI 49016 MoreLess Info
Featuring historical reenactments and restored buildings, the Dr. John Harvey Kellogg Discovery Center is a recreation of a 19th Century Adventist village. Attractions include a restored one-room schoolhouse and log cabin.
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171 Michigan Ave W, Battle Creek, MI 49017 MoreLess Info
Associated with the local community foundation, the Sojourner Truth Institute of Battle Creek is dedicated to celebrating her life and legacy. Along with educational programming, the center schedules other activities such as concerts and art exhibits to honor her memory.
Visitors can enjoy a center for nature, culture, and arts at the Leila Arboretum Society. The arboretum spans 85 acres and features 2500 marked trees and plants, several gardens and walkways, and pieces of public art.