- The list below includes 22 free or cheap things to do in or near Cumberland, Maryland, including 50 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Bowling, National & State Parks and Historic Sites.
- From Rocky Gap State Park to Cumberland Visitor Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cumberland and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Grantsville and Flintstone.
Once a Roman style bath house, Museum of the Berkeley Springs displays the history of the region with its collection of artifacts. Visitors can view Native American tools, quartz crystals, and authentic clothing from the past in the museum.
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Tourists are welcome to observe artists Jan and Jonathan Heath at work in their studio. Along with providing a space for these artists to create, Heath Studio Gallery showcases and makes their work available for purchase.
The Fort Bedford Museum looks at the history of the Pennsylvania frontier circa the 1750s, on the site of Fort Bedford, a British Stockade and outpost. The museum's collection includes Native American artifacts, weapons, clothing and household items.
Locality Gallery + Workshop specializes in contemporary art, design, and unique artifacts. Recent shows include underground pop art such as skateboard designs, custom choppers, tattoos, and pinstripers. Frequent workshops in pottery and photography and homeschooling art instruction is available.
Pitt Theatre is a two screen theatre that shows first run films. Films are shown nightly at 7:30pm on both screens and the theatre offers Saturday matinees. Pitt Theatre is also open during non-show hours for private events.
Taking travellers through the Allegheny Mountains, the Historic Lincoln Highway connects six counties, with attractions including historic landmarks, artisan shops and studios, a buffalo ranch, and dining and lodging.