- The list below includes 98 free or cheap things to do in or near Cartersville, Georgia, including 93 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and Art Museum.
- From Dellinger Park to Cooper's Furnace, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cartersville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kennesaw, Marietta, Canton and Woodstock.
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Bartow History Museum 4 E Church St, Cartersville, GA MoreLess Info
Exhibits and artifacts about the Cherokee, industrial age, and antebellum years detail life in Bartow County through the present
50% 2 votes
100 Pine Grove Road, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
The 111-acre Dellinger Park is a recreational park that features lighted tennis courts, an olympic size swimming pool, 2 playgrounds, and a 440-yard track. The park also has a 19-hole mini golf course.
100% 1 votes
River Road, Cartersville, GA 30121 MoreLess Info
Cooper's Furnace is a free standing stone kiln that dates back to the pre-Civil War era. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the structure and surrounding park has a pavilion and hiking trails for visitors to enjoy.
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244 Bartow Beach Rd SE, Cartersville, GA 30121 MoreLess Info
Bartow County Parks & Recreation offers a variety of programs for the community. In addition to youth sports programs such as baseball, softball, and soccer, the department offers an array of camps and lessons.
90% 268 votes
50 Lodge Rd SE, Cartersville, GA 30121 MoreLess Info
A $5 parking fee grants admission to Red Top Mountain State Park in Cartersville, Georgia. The park's amenities include hiking trails, a visitor center, tent campsites, a rentable yurt, cabins, a small boat marina and picnic shelters. Swimming is permitted seasonally.
88% 163 votes
813 Indian Mounds Road SE, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
Located in Cartersville, Georgia, the Etowah Indian Mounds State Park is a Native American site with historical, religious and political significance. It is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday and is closed on major holidays. Plan to spend up to two hours here.
98% 373 votes
501 Museum Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
Covering 120,000 square feet, the Booth Western Art Museum is the second largest art museum in Georgia. Its permanent collection is dedicated to the American history and culture, and contains among others 200 native artifacts and a mythic west gallery.
93% 424 votes
100 Tellus Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
From outer space to the age of the dinosaurs, Tellus Science Museum offers its visitors a wide variety of exhibits. The permanent collections include a fossil gallery, a mineral gallery and a science in motion gallery, among others.
88% 16 votes
224 West Cherokee Avenue, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
Once a Victorian mansion, Rose Lawn Museum has been hosting exhibits for over three decades with donations from private collections and historical societies. Its named is derived from the 200 rose bushes that once lined the grounds fence lines and walkways, which the museum is in the process of restoring.
75% 4 votes
1129 N Tennessee Street, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
A twelve-theater movie multiplex, Carmike Cinemas Plaza 12 shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies with digital video and sound. Some theaters are equipped for 3D, and the theater offers a variety of discount matinees and promotions.
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Mineral Museum Dr At, Cartersville, GA 30120 MoreLess Info
A part of the larger Tellus Science Museum, the William Weinman Mineral Museum features dozens of cases of minerals, gems, and intriguing rock specimens. It also features a variety of educational exhibits centering on geology.