- The list below includes 20 free or cheap things to do in or near Albemarle, North Carolina, including 69 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Mini Golf, Art Gallery and Farms & Ranches.
- From Morrow Mountain State Park to Good-O Putt-O, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Albemarle and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Kannapolis, Lexington and Seagrove.
Stony Mountain Vineyards 26370 Mountain Ridge Road, Albemarle, NC MoreLess Info
Visitors jouney through the world of wines, discovering new flavors while enjoying the panoramic view of the Uwharrie Mountains
93% 145 votes
49104 Morrow Mountain Road, Albemarle, NC 28001 MoreLess Info
Morrow Mountain State Park is a great location for enjoying the outdoors with people of all ages. Popular activities include hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, and boating with the picturesque mountains as a backdrop.
The Badin Road Drive In is a fully digital drive-in theater featuring new releases with an oldschool flair. It has been newly outfitted with wi-fi and on-site facilities, and provides easy access to family entertainment.
Showcasing pottery and glass work, Falling Rivers Gallery has a gallery featuring local artisans. The gallery hosts jewelry shows where it organizes a market with local vendors producing their wares for purchase.
Southeast Cinemas is a multiscreen theatre that shows first run movies. The theatre offers movies in 3D and features state of the art technology in picture quality and sound. Southeast provides plush seating and both traditional and nutritional concession selections.
Consisting of a theater and art gallery, Cabarrus Arts Council features weekly concerts and artist studio events for visitors to attend. The gallery features the work of regional and national artists in multimedia, paintings, and sculpture.
92% 36 votes
6925 Pisgah Covered Bridge Road, Seagrove, NC 27205 MoreLess Info
An Asheboro, North Carolina landmark, the Pisgah Covered Bridge spans 54 feet over the western fork of the Little River. The bridge, which is one of the two remaining covered bridges in the state, was built in 1911 for $40.00.