- The list below includes 80 free or cheap things to do in or near Easley, South Carolina, including 74 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters and Specialty Museums.
- From Tiny Town to Par-Tee Time, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Easley and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Greenville, Anderson, Clemson and Simpsonville.
Operating each year during the holiday season from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day, Tiny Town is a sprawling miniature town set up as a light display. Tiny Town is free to visit, although the operators do encourage donations.
The latest and greatest box office hits are on the menu at REI Cinemas in Easley. Stop by the concession stand before the show for a complete movie-going experience. Discounts are offered for children, seniors, military and college students.
Saluda River Rafting Adventures is an excursion company that offers camping trips, river tubing adventures, and inflatable kayak tours on the Saluda River. The company gives special discounts for military personnel.
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307 Johnson Street Pickens, Pickens, SC MoreLess Info
Housed in a 1903 jail, Pickens County Museum of Art and History hosts local historical items including Native American artifacts, Confederate Army items and art galleries. The museum also features a shop that offers local and regional arts and crafts.
The Pickens County Museum collects and preserves artifacts and other archival materials. The museum's gift shop sells jewelry, pottery, ceramics, and Native American art for those who wish to purchase a souvenir.
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1449 Walhalla Hwy/Hwy 183, Pickens, SC 29671 MoreLess Info
Known as the 'Area's Largest Yard Sale', the Bargain Exchange Flea Market is a local flea market offering a wide variety of affordable items to visitors. Clothing, produce, and furniture are just a few of the items sold here.
A gristmill built in 1826, Hagood Mill Historic Site is open for tours on the third Saturday of every month. Visitors can take a step back in time and watch the 20-foot waterwheel in action, and explore the grounds of this quiet, simple place.