- 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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49 S Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701 MoreLess Info
Displaying the history of the region, Luzerne County Historical Society offers several exhibits for visitors to explore. The museum has photographs and artifacts related to Native American, German, and coal mining influences in the county.
84% 251 votes
Academy of Music
232-46 South Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 MoreLess Info
The Academy of Music is one of the world's oldest functioning opera houses. Though it is still used for opera, it also hosts a variety of other entertainment, including: comedy, orchestra concerts, and musicals.
90% 1553 votes
1 North Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
At Independence Visitor Center, visitors can speak with knowledgeable staff to learn about the region's major museums, tours, parks, and events. The center has complimentary maps and brochures available to visitors.
91% 10212 votes
Chestnut Street between 5th and 6th Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
Timed tour tickets allow visitors to see Independence Hall. In this hall, the Declaration of Independence was signed, as was the U.S. Constitution. President Lincoln's body also lay in repose within these hallow halls.
92% 791 votes
101 South Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
Core exhibits at the National Museum of American Jewish History trace the story of Jewish immigration to America, from its beginnings in the mid-1600s to present day, including a Hall of Fame featuring eighteen high-profile Jewish-Americans including Albert Einstein, Leonard Bernstein and Steven Spielberg.
93% 649 votes
N. 2nd Street at Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
An attraction of both spirituality and history, the Christ Church in Philadelphia boasts Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross, and George Washington as former congregation members. The church offers tours during the day so families and groups can discover the beginning of religious freedom.
85% 187 votes
Walnut Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
A walk of reminiscence, Washington Square Park has memorials and landmarks to remind you of America's revolutionary past. The tomb of the 'Unknown Soldier' is guarded at the center of the park by a statue of George Washington himself.
92% 797 votes
1020 South St., Philadelphia, PA 19147 MoreLess Info
Philadelphia's Magic Gardens features an art gallery, community art center, and a unique mosaic art environment by artist Isaiah Zagar. Visitors will find a wide variety of artwork on display, as well as art classes and educational programs.
75% 8 votes
667 N River Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705 MoreLess Info
River Street Jazz Cafe is a music venue specializing in hosting jazz musicians. The cafe is advertised as having an eclectic and unique atmosphere and serves a variety of small dishes and appetizers.
92% 1588 votes
143 South Third Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
The Independence National Historical Park features the Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall, Benjamin Franklin Museum, B. Free Franklin Post Office, City Tavern, Congress Hall, Great Essential Exhibit, and Independence Archeology Lab. The mile long block is where the Declaration of Independence and the United…