- The list below includes 49 free or cheap things to do in or near Bloomington, Indiana, including 64 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Historic Homes, Running/Jogging and Religious Buildings.
- From Indiana University to Bryan Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bloomington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Bedford, Martinsville and Corydon.
Kilroys on Kirkwood Indianapolis MoreLess Info
Carefully prepared burgers, attentive and seasoned staff and unique daily specials help make the atmosphere at Kilroys on Kirkwood
Famous for its unique architecture, the Miller House & Garden were designed after World War II by Eero Saarinen, designer of the Gateway Arch. Managed by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the house is open daily for guided tours.
The First Christian Church is consisted by a 45 feet-high Sanctuary, a Tower 160 feet-high, a Cross on the east-side, a sunken terrace, the Fellowship Hall which sets 350 tables and the reflecting pool. It was built in 1942 and is the first contemporary building in the area.
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325 Commons Mall, Columbus, IN 47201 MoreLess Info
Interactive exhibits with a focus on science are available within the Kidscommons-Columbus Community Children's Museum. Families with young children can play with a robotic arm, a laser harp, a climbing wall, and a giant play toilet.
Yes Cinema is a combined cultural arts and convention center that hosts a variety of public and private events. The cinema features two movie screens and airs mainstream, independent, foreign, classical and educational films.
Founded in 1955, the North Christian Church's building was constructed in 1964 and has an 192 feet-high spire above a oculus. Besides the worship area, it also has a classroom, an auditorium, a kitchen and an activities area.
While the old church was constructed in 1841, the parish of St. Bartholomew Catholic Church is consisted from the old and the new worship areas. Since 2003, it was added with a gymnasium and administrative facilities.
Spanning 13.5 acres, Independence Park is Indiana's first to be completely accessible to all, regardless of disabilities. The park features wheelchair accessible basketball courts, a playground with sensory components for autistic kids, and other attractions.