- The list below includes 507 free or cheap things to do in or near Wheaton, Maryland, including 122 different types of inexpensive activities like Gardens, Amusement Parks (Kids), Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Brookside Gardens to Brookside Nature Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wheaton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Silver Spring and Bethesda.
93% 42 votes
2002 Shorefield Road, Wheaton, MD 20902 MoreLess Info
Miniature Train & Carousel is the major attraction at Wheaton Regional Park with its steam engine and a railway track which weaves through the woods.
With art and shows dedicated to a classic age, AFI Silver Theater is preserving culture of entertainment. Events include silent cinema showcases, classic musicals such as Mary Poppins, and classic stories such as Gone with the Wind.
Wheaton Claridge Park is over 21 acres and includes a stream running through the park, as well as playgrounds, a basketball court, picnic area and recreation center. The center can be rented and includes a kitchen.
The Wheaton Ice Arena is a public ice skating facility that offers ice skating lessons, ice hockey classes, and skating exhibitions throughout the year. The facility contains an NHL sized ice rink and a workout center.
100% 2 votes
10000 Woodland Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902 MoreLess Info
General Getty Neighborhood Park offers visitors park amenities like community chess tables, picnic areas, walking paths, and more. The playground has a pirate themed climbing structure with ropes and slides.
60% 5 votes
12621 Dalewood Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20906 MoreLess Info
At Wheaton Glenmont Outdoor Pool, visitors can swim laps in lap pool or enjoy recreational swimming in a general play pool. The facility has a zero depth entry pool for children with a water playground.
89% 9 votes
2500 Linden Ln, Silver Spring, MD 20910 MoreLess Info
At the National Museum of Health & Medicine, visitors can study both on-site and virtual exhibits. The location contains historical, anatomical, and neuroanatomical collections as well as a historical archive and a human development anatomy center.