- The list below includes 101 free or cheap things to do in or near Allentown, Pennsylvania, including 100 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- From Cedar Beach Playground to Percy Ruhe Memorial Park aka Alton Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Allentown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Easton, Bethlehem, Jim Thorpe and Quakertown.
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83% 1551 votes
19 South 22nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 MoreLess Info
America's first museum of medical science, the Mutter Museum is designed in the tradition of a 19th Century cabinet museum, and features anatomical specimens, medical instruments and models.
100% 2 votes
Rocky Run Trail
127-163 Valley Road, Media, PA 19063 MoreLess Info
The 2.5-mile Rocky Run Trail is a recreational trail that can be used for hiking, running, walking, or biking. The trail parallels the Rocky Run stream and eventually runs into the Darlington Trial at the lower end.
39% 209 votes
421 N 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA MoreLess Info
The Electric Factory is one of the most popular indoor music venues in the nation. From rock and rap, to pop and techno, this venue offers shows for every music taste.
81% 42 votes
195 North Wilkes-Barre Blvd, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 MoreLess Info
With 40 lanes for bowling, Chacko's Family Bowling Center, is the perfect destination for an afternoon of fun or to join a league. In between frames, enjoy a bite to eat or a refreshment, plus amenities are available for birthdays and private parties.
85% 810 votes
Big Bus Tours
5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19021 MoreLess Info
The unique history and beauty of Philadelphia is displayed on the Big Bus Tours through an authentic London double decker bus. Fully trained guides entertain guests on board with fascinating facts and interesting stories about the city and its inhabitants.
52% 609 votes
John F. Kennedy Blvd and North 15th St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 MoreLess Info
Named after the sculpture that sits at its center, Love Park is a plaza with a fountain nestled between high rise buildings. The plaza is often visited by local food trucks.
58% 12 votes
690 South Creek Road, West Chester, PA 19382 MoreLess Info
Resting beside the Brandywine River, the Brandywine Picnic Park in West Chester, Pennsylvania is open from mid-May to mid-September. Featured activities include softball, paddle boating and tubing. Midway activities are featured as well.
95% 2239 votes
12th and Arch, Philadelphia, PA 19107 MoreLess Info
The Reading Terminal Market has over 80 vendors offering groceries, handmade crafts, jewelry, clothing, flowers, and more. The indoor market first opened in 1892, and at that time boasted the largest refrigeration unit in Philadelphia with 52 separate rooms having a total of a half-million cubic feet of space.
94% 35 votes
81 S. Pennell Rd, Media, PA 19063 MoreLess Info
A farmers' market and garden center that specializes in locally grown fresh produce, Wolff's Apple House has been in business since 1910. In addition to their signature apples, the market sells a variety of seasonal produce and local meats.
57% 67 votes
10th Street, Philadelphia, PA MoreLess Info
A hub of delicious and authentic Chinese food, you won't go hungry when you visit Philadelphia's China Town. Food is not the only thing you can enjoy, you can also visit China Town's many attractions including the colorful Friendship Gate and the Wok and Walk tour.