- The list below includes 58 free or cheap things to do in or near Bedford, Virginia, including 50 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Art Gallery, History Museums and Arts Centers.
- From National D-Day Memorial to Bedford Virginia Visitors Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bedford and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lynchburg, Roanoke, Natural Bridge and Lexington.
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Peaks of Otter Winery Piedmont Triad MoreLess Info
Winery experts conduct tours of a well-established orchard in a professional and friendly manner
96% 166 votes
401 Taylor St., Lynchburg, VA MoreLess Info
The oldest cemetery in the state of Virginia is the Old City Cemetery, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The cemetery is still in use today and also serves as a very unique public garden.
86% 14 votes
4th and Taylor Sts., Lynchburg, VA MoreLess Info
An ugly part of history, Pest House Medical Museum is the site of the smallpox quarantine hospital. When touring the building, visitors can learn about the facility and its practices via audio guides.
100% 1 votes
1313 Pierce Street, Lynchburg, VA 24501 MoreLess Info
As the home of a Civil Rights activist, Anne Spencer House & Garden Museum gives visitors an inside glimpse to the life of the woman. The garden is open year round and is maintained by volunteers.
100% 4 votes
403 Monroe St., Lynchburg, VA MoreLess Info
The Legacy Museum of African American History is a historical museum dedicated to preserving artifacts and memorabilia related to the African American community in Lynchburg. Attractions include several exhibits on African American heritage, various educational programs, and an activity center.
100% 1 votes
2270 Rivermont Avenue, Lynchburg, VA 24503 MoreLess Info
Lynchburg's Riverside Park offers a variety of attractions, including a 1900 square foot Sprayground area with water play activities. The park also features a playground for kids as well as picnic areas.
79% 285 votes
Rt. 11, Natural Bridge, VA MoreLess Info
Originally an April Fool's prank conducted by Mark Cline, Foamhenge has become a popular attraction for visitors since it is free to view. The site is an exact replica of the Stonehenge site in Britain and is easily accessible along the roadside of U.S. 11.
93% 61 votes
901 Court Street, Lynchburg, VA MoreLess Info
Located in an 1850s Greek revival style courthouse, Lynchburg Museum offers a glimpse into the history of Lynchburg, VA. Visitors can look through years of exhibits and a view of the James River.
93% 83 votes
112 Cabell Street, Lynchburg, VA 24504 MoreLess Info
The Federal-style house that was built by Dr. George Cabell in 1815 is called Point of Honor. The historic site is furnished with authentic period antiques, and there is a small gallery that introduces visitors to the individuals who used to call Point of Honor their home.
33% 3 votes
6477 S Lee Highway, Natural Bridge, VA 24578 MoreLess Info
For a plethora of toy choices there is the Toy Museum Natural Bridge which is a toy museum that features toys from different eras. There are many from different decades of recent history, including toys from popular movies.
96% 211 votes
27 9th Street, Lynchburg, VA MoreLess Info
Science and the arts take centerstage at the interactive space known as Amazement Square. Children are the target audience with hands-on displays and interactive activities to make learning fun and entertaining.