- The list below includes 27 free or cheap things to do in or near Farmington, Pennsylvania, including 57 different types of inexpensive activities like Off Road & ATV, History Museums, Caverns & Caves and National & State Parks.
- From Laurel Caverns to Off-Road Driving Academy, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Farmington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Morgantown, Ohiopyle, Uniontown and Oakland.
Formerly used as a stop for the underground railroad, the LeMoyne House is now a historic house frequented by tourists and locals. The house is now home to the Washington County Historical Society and museum and is open for guided tours.
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31 Washington Street, Cumberland, MD 21502 MoreLess Info
The Allegany County Library System has a trove of books, movies, music, ebooks, audiobooks and periodicals and all are easily searchable. They also have special features like computer classes for adults, book clubs and special art events.
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104 Washington St., Cumberland, MD MoreLess Info
Housed in a Colonial style mansion, C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts has been beautifully restored and made open to the public. Along with a large art collection, the museum includes an art library, botanical garden and meeting rooms.
Built in 1788, the Bradford House is a historic location that was home to the Whiskey Rebellion. The house serves as a museum dedicated to educating the public about David Bradford, the home's namesake and influential player in the rebellion.
Hosting youth sport leagues, Monroeville Sports Center offers visitors a sports facility with a multipurpose indoor field for soccer, basketball, and dodgeball. The center also hosts several fitness programs such as yoga, cardio, and sports classes.
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Forrest Avenue, Washington, PA 15301 MoreLess Info
Lemoyne Multi-Cultural Community Center engages students in out-of-school and after-school programs and activities. The Center also offers educational programs to enhance learning opportunities and providing entry into successful workforce endeavors and post-secondary education.
At the bottom of the railway depot is the Cumberland Visitor Center. The first floor is the visitor center and C&O Canal National Park museum, and on the second floor is the lobby for the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad.