- The list below includes 38 free or cheap things to do in or near Columbus, Indiana, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like Religious Buildings, Movie Theaters, Children's Museums and Parks.
- From Mill Race Park to People Trails, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Columbus and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Greensburg, Corydon and Edinburgh.
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89% 28 votes
106 Milton Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Located in the last 19th century saddletree factory from the US, the Schroeder Saddletree Factory Museum is dedicated to all those who worked there for 94 years. It was restored to its original aspect and holds demonstrative tours and other special events.
86% 7 votes
Art On Main
309 W Main Street, Madison, IN 47250 MoreLess Info
Located in the historic district of the city, Art On Main is a local art gallery operated by the Madison Art Club. Paintings, sculpture, jewelry, and pottery are among the many works available for purchase at the gallery.
100% 2 votes
120 W 3rd Street, Madison, IN 47250 MoreLess Info
Dr. William D. Hutchings Office & Hospital is managed by the local community as a museum of the first surgeon and hospital in the area. Tours and classroom instruction in the history of the location are offered by reservation.
91% 173 votes
Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Stroll through life as it was in the 1800's with a visit to the meticulously restored Historic District in downtown Madison. Within walking distance are hundreds of Civil War era shops, homes, and eateries.
60% 10 votes
500 West Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
This lovely Greek revival style museum was once home and workplace to one of Indiana's first doctors. His diplomas and the equipment used by a 19th century doctor are displayed here. The real skeleton is an intriguing attraction.
93% 14 votes
304 W. Second Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Jeremiah Sullivan House was built for the lawyer and politician Jeremiah Sullivan. It is an example of federal architecture. Its simplicity and verticality is striking. It is designated as a national historical landmark.
60% 5 votes
217 W. Second Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Once home to Indiana's Free Masons, dating back to 1819, the Schofield House was converted into a Masonic museum in 1975. It is now open to the public, and features a variety of exhibits.
100% 3 votes
115 E Main Street, Madison, IN 47250 MoreLess Info
Gallery 115 is actually home to three distinct businesses. It contains the Eric Phagan Art Studio and Gallery, which features an array of artwork, the Gallery Cafe, a full-service restaurant, and W of Madison Gifts, a boutique.
100% 2 votes
202 N Street, Plainfield, IN 46168 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1935, Franklin Park is a city run park that provides a number of amenities to its visitors. These amenities include tennis courts, baseball fields, a playground, and a covered picnic area.
100% 2 votes
416 N Ctr Street, Plainfield, IN 46168 MoreLess Info
The 4.6 mile long Vandalia Rail Trail is a rail-trail that is made entirely of asphalt and can be used for running, walking, or biking. The trail features an outdoor amphitheater, bridges, playgrounds, and parks.