- The list below includes 193 free or cheap things to do in or near Brunswick, Ohio, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Recreation Centers, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- From Mapleside Farms to Hickory Ridge Cinemas, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Brunswick and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Cleveland, Peninsula and Akron.
The Pine Tree Barn acts mostly as a store that sells home furniture and items for interior design in addition to the year-round Christmas items. It is even located on a 25,000 acre Christmas tree farm from which trees can be purchased during the winter season.
A collection and always changing exhibits of art and history is at the Massillon Museum. Tours can be self-guided or by appointment ahead of arrival. A coffee shop on the lower floor and interactive projects are also attractions.
A fitness and recreation facility, the YMCA of Western Stark County offers an array of sports and exercise equipment for members to use. The facility also hosts a variety of programs, classes, and events.
Discover the legacy of our nation's foremost vacuum magnate at the Hoover Historical Center. Visitors can take a trip down memory lane and see the earliest manual vacuums, to displays exhibits and mementos from the Hoover Company.
Featuring an auditorium and full court gymnasium, Edgewood Community Center provides a space for fitness activities like jogging, volleyball, and dancing. The center also has an arts program with classes and community performances.
Home of the Massillon Washington High School Tigers football team, Paul Brown Tiger Stadium is a football stadium featuring seating for over 16,000 spectators. According to the State of Ohio, the stadium is considered a historical site of significance.
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Disc Golf Course, Arboretum- Spiker Park is a 24-hole disc golf course. There is a lot of different terrain including water hazards and hills. The park provides signs at each hole and multiple tees for casual or novice players.
Plan a visit to Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and watch birds of prey hunt for fish in the estuary. Stroll along the easy hiking trails and experience nature up close and personal, just remember to bring your camera.