- The list below includes 161 free or cheap things to do in or near Banning, California, including 99 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Movie Theaters, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Fire Memories Museum to Gilman Ranch Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Banning and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Big Bear Lake, Hemet, Palm Springs and Redlands.
Russo's Haven Coffee Bistro 42 West Ramsey Street, Banning, CA MoreLess Info
Steaming mochas and lattes served alongside light dishes such as spinach-and-mushroom omelets, turkey paninis, and veggie wraps
Those who are interested in the role served by fire fighters may enjoy what Fire Memories Museum has to offer. The location features a vast collection of artifacts, including seventeen hand or hand-drawn carts and over 2,200 other items.
Known as the first California museum to be founded by Native Americans, Malki Museum Inc. provides learning opportunities for those who wish to know more about Southern California Indian cultures. The location's collection includes art and historical artifacts.
The Banning Center For The Arts is a fine arts center and gallery that features rotating exhibits of art from its permanent collection as well as visiting exhibits. The center also hosts a variety of classes.
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1310 Oak Valley Parkway, Beaumont, CA 92223 MoreLess Info
Offering a variety of services to promote senior health and wellness, Albert A. Chatigny Senior Community Center hosts fitness classes like yoga, walking, and flexibility training. The center also hosts art classes like watercolor and crocheting.
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38900 Oak Valley Parkway, Beaumont, CA 92223 MoreLess Info
The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation & Park District maintains a number of parks and facilities to serve the community. Locations include an equestrian center, dog park, ball fields, RC raceway, RV sites and several indoor facilities for meetings and events.
Noble Creek Park features numerous multi-use fields that serve as the host for numerous youth tournaments. The location also offers various treats at the snack bar for those who wish to dine, including sodas and burgers.
With actors dressed up in period clothing from America's past, Riley's Farm's Living History offers visitors an interactive experience where they can relive history through participating in old fashioned crafts. It has a river where visitors pan for gold.