- The list below includes 262 free or cheap things to do in or near Duncanville, Texas, including 97 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Jazz/Blues Bars and Specialty Museums.
- From Armstrong Park & Kidsville to Red Bird Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Duncanville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Arlington, Grand Prairie and Irving.
Alla's Historical Bed and Breakfast, Spa and Cabana 415 Hustead Street, Duncanville, TX MoreLess Info
Learn the chef’s secrets to making perfect French crepes and homemade jams and then enjoy the meal in the B&B’s sun room
Situated on nearly 21 acres, Armstrong Park & Kidsville features a recreation center, tennis courts and a children's playground. The park also provides picnic areas, restroom facilities, an amphitheater, open grassy areas and paved walking paths.
Surrounded by trees, Red Bird Park features a large, open grass area with a walking track extending around the perimeter. The fields can be used for soccer or other events and there is a multi-structure children's playground available.
Situated on 51.46 acres, Lakeside Park features a fishing pond that is home to waterfowl as well as facilities for volleyball, baseball, softball and basketball. It has a walking trail, pavilions, picnic tables, barbecue grills and two playgrounds.
A roller skating rink, Red Bird Skateland features a wood skating surface along with skate rental and party hosting. The facility also provides a shop with roller skates and accessories, arcade games and a snack bar with food and drinks.
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410 E Red bird Ln, Duncanville, TX 75116 MoreLess Info
The Free Agents Baseball & Softball Training Facility is a public indoor training facility that features 7 tunnels that are equipped with L screens. The facility has free Wi-Fi, concessions, and a meeting room.
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411 US 67 Frontage Road, Duncanville, TX 75137 MoreLess Info
The International Museum of Cultures was established in 1979 by SIL affiliated linguists. It showcases the cultures of indigenous people in remote regions from China, Mexico, Africa, and South America as well as art from local artists.
A 75-acre nature preserve, Windmill Hill Nature Preserve has a number of amenities to offer visitors. There are extensive hiking and walking trails designed for leisurely-paced exploration and natural sightseeing.