- The list below includes 954 free or cheap things to do in or near Westminster, California, including 133 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Gallery, Skating Rinks and Bowling.
- From Sigler Park Splash Pad to Little Saigon, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Westminster and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Laguna Beach, Lakewood, Cerritos and Long Beach.
Catalyst is an art space that serves many functions, promoting the local culture. Local artists come together to offer classes and showcase their work in the spaces gallery and studio. The gallery features sketchings, watercolors, silk paintings and more.
86% 7 votes
6458 Westminster Blvd, Westminster, CA 92683 MoreLess Info
With many tables, equipment, and quality facilities, the Westminster Table Tennis Club is a fun and safe activity. Guests can bring a friend or play with other visitors to try their hand at ping-pong or demonstrate years of practice.
66% 29 votes
An ice skating rink, The Rinks - Westminster Ice provides a venue for youth and adult hockey, figure skating, private events and open skating. The facility offers hockey and ice skating instruction along with a snack bar.
Not only does Westminster Lanes provided an flat late for unlimited bowling during the evenings, but the site also hosts bowling leagues and raffles. The concession stand also sells alcoholic beverages and chicken wings.
67% 6 votes
15041 Moran St, Ste 103-104, Westminster, CA 92683 MoreLess Info
A showcase for Vietnamese talent, Lac Cam Music - Hoi Quan Am Nhac Lac Cam offers live entertainment. During these events, there is also a limited menu with house wines, beer and appetizers being served.
During the fall season, visitors can choose from a variety of pumpkins and squashes at The Pumpkin Factory. In addition to a pumpkin patch, the venue has inflatable bounce houses and a petting zoo to amuse children.
From hockey to curling, Westminster Ice Palace has an indoor ice arena that hosts a variety of winter sports activities. The center offers learn to skate and learn to play programs for both adults and children.
82% 49 votes
17829 Goldenwest Street, south of Slater Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 MoreLess Info
At the Shipley Nature Center you can learn about the native habitats of various local plants and animals, as well as the history of the area. Admission is free, but donations are welcomed to help keep the center running.