- The list below includes 102 free or cheap things to do in or near Buda, Texas, including 79 different types of inexpensive activities like Arcades, Children's Play Area, Parks and Horseback Riding.
- From Buda City Park to Pinballz Kingdom, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Buda and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, San Marcos, Dripping Springs and Wimberley.
Featuring artwork depicting Texas landscape, history, and culture, Texcetera showcases the work of local artists. This art includes mosaics, sculptures, jewelry, pottery, furniture, and more. The gallery runs monthly events where visitors can meet the artists.
Home to over 25,000 residents, the City of Seguin is a town featuring a number of locations to stop by when visiting. Visitors commonly enjoy seeing the Art Deco Fountain in the City Park or touring the historic downtown area.
It is estimated that the Inner Space Caverns are between 90 to 100 million years old, but was discovered in 1963 when Interstate 35 was being completed through the area. Visitors can take different levels of tours.
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off County Road 401 between RR. 2147 East and Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX MoreLess Info
A narrow, deep hole discovered in 1821, Dead Man's Hole was used during the Civil War as a dumping place for the corpses of Union troops. A historic marker now marks the spot and tells the hole's history.
Covering the history of Williamson County, the Williamson Museum has interactive exhibits and collections of historical images. Exhibits include images of Hispanic-American families, the history of World War II, the history of Swedish immigrants, and exhibits on local artisans.
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26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, San Antonio, TX 78266 MoreLess Info
At the Natural Bridge Caverns, visitors can pan for gemstones, go on one of three different cave tours 180 feet below the ground, and climb the canopy tower before ziplining to the bottom. Visitors entering the cave see soda straw' stalactites, cave ribbon, and welt and turnip shields.
Measuring nearly six acres, Bark Park is a fenced canine recreation facility located in a pecan grove. The park provides drinking water, dog waste bags, benches, an agility course, double-gated entry and a separate small dog area.
The Benini Studio and Sculpture Park is an indoor gallery featuring works by Walter Horak, Kevin Box, Benini, and Alan Burris. The main draw is the 100 outdoor sculptures by 44 artists that are placed over 147 acres.