- The list below includes 138 free or cheap things to do in or near Davidson, North Carolina, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Parks, Movie Theaters and Dog Park.
- From Bark Park to Fisher Farm, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Davidson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Charlotte, Cornelius and Huntersville.
Garage Pass Shop Tours takes racing fans on a behind the scenes tour of NASCAR team garages. The customers pick the itinerary and the expert guide takes them there and relates the relevant history in detail.
Pocket Change Amusement is a one stop shop for homes and commercial game rooms. They offer new and used games and provide coin operated pool tables and games including pinball games, video games, air hockey, foosball tables and ping pong.
Consisting of a theater and art gallery, Cabarrus Arts Council features weekly concerts and artist studio events for visitors to attend. The gallery features the work of regional and national artists in multimedia, paintings, and sculpture.
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At The Fillmore, guests will able to attend performances from artists such as Taking Back Sunday, Black Label Society, and Jeezy. The performance venue, which is housed in a historic textile mill, features red oak hardwood floors and vintage posters of live music performances.
Dedicated to promoting and supporting creativity and artistic expression in Iredell County and to bringing the arts to the community, the Iredell Arts Council hosts a wide variety of cultural and artistic expositions and events.
Surrounded by trees, Harris Park is situated on 7.6 acres and features football and softball fields along with basketball and volleyball courts. It also offers a children's playground, picnic areas, restroom facilities and a meeting room.
Science is always fun at Discovery Place in Charlotte, North Carolina. This kid-friendly science museum nurtures kids' natural inquisitivity and invites parents to come along with their children on fascinating journeys of discovery.
Dedicated to the evolution of civil rights in North Carolina, the Levine Museum of the New South promotes peace and acceptance between all races and ethnic groups. It is a popular destination for middle-and high-school class trips.