- The list below includes 41 free or cheap things to do in or near Syracuse, New York, including 46 different types of inexpensive activities like Comedy Clubs, Breweries, Bowling and Go Karts.
- From Webster Pond to Fairmount Glen Miniature Golf, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Syracuse and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Auburn, Skaneateles, East Liverpool and Cicero.
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The historic home of William Henry Seward has been preserved and opened to the public as the Seward House. The site features masterpieces of American art as well as special rotating exhibits, and guided tours are provided by the staff since self-guided tours are not allowed.
The Cayuga Museum of Art and History contains the research facility in which the first successful movie system with sound was developed. This natural history and art museum has exhibits covering a historical prison, medicine, and children's lives.
Located among the Finger Lakes, the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center is a multi-purpose arts facility. It hosts a variety of exhibits, and offers lessons in music, folk art, poetry, and more artistic disciplines.
Part of the larger Cayuga Museum, the Case Research Lab Museum is the backyard lab where the technique of adding sound to film was first invented in the 1920s. The museum offers regularly scheduled informative tours of the preserved facility.
Located in a Greek Revival mansion, Cayuga Museum of History & Art features photographs, clothing, and detailed displays depicting the region's history. The interior has intricate crown molding, winding staircases, and chandeliers.
Falcon Park is a small baseball stadium that hosts minor league baseball games. Their concession stands offers classic ballpark hot dogs, slushies, popcorn, and domestic beers. Kids enjoy the autograph sessions before the game and the antics of Abner the
Part of the Fingerlakes Mall, Track Cinema provides patrons the ability to see recent film releases on one of four screens in the theater. The theater has concessions available and utilizes digital projectors and surround sound.