- The list below includes 172 free or cheap things to do in or near Ballwin, Missouri, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Gallery, Horseback Riding and Sports Facilities/Fields.
- From New Ballwin Park to Margaret Stoecker Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ballwin and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Florissant, St. Peters and St. Charles.
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17379 Edison Avenue, Chesterfield, MO 63005 MoreLess Info
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park features the world's first all-trampoline walled playing court. They offer open jump, Foam Zone, SkyRobics fitness classes, and the SkyRiser bungee trampoline. This park is for everyone, young and old alike, who wants to bounce off the walls.
An all-inclusive play equipment showroom, Dream Play Recreation offers families the chance to test different equipment to get the right piece to suit their needs. Some equipment includes trampolines, swing sets, slides, and more.
Home to a 70-foot screen, Galaxy 14 Cine is a movie theater that displays first-run movies using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, video and redemption games, 3D movies, party rooms, a concession area and a bar.
Covering over 300 acres, West Tyson County Park was originally part of the Tyson Valley Power Plant grounds. Along with rugged wooded uplands, the park maintains a recreational trail for hikers, bikers, and equestrians.
Situated along the Meramec River, St Louis Soccer Park was formed in 1982 with funding from Anheuser-Busch, who later purchased the facility. It's used for soccer and features five playing fields with a main exhibition field that seats 6,200.
Route 66 State Park showcases the history of a highway called 'The Main Street of America.' It keeps the memories alive through its memorabilia. The park features level walking, biking and equestrian trails. The trails are perfect for the senior and young citizens, even for persons with disabilities.
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115 S. Wilson, Jefferson City, MO 50129 MoreLess Info
RVP-1875 Historic Furniture Shop & Museum is a working museum showcasing 19th century furniture built using hand tools from 1875. The showroom and studio are 100 years old and listed on the National Historic Registry.