- The list below includes 247 free or cheap things to do in or near Ferndale, Michigan, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Comedy Clubs, Parks and Bowling.
- From Harding Park to Martin Road Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ferndale and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Canton, Dearborn, Westland and Sterling Heights.
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Located within a historic 1853 building, the Chelsea Area Historical Society Museum displays a large number of exhibits and artifacts relating to local history. The museum is also the home and meeting place of the Chelsea Area Historical Society.
River Gallery is an art gallery featuring six art exhibitions annually. The gallery is dedicated to promoting the work of local, regional, and national artists. River Gallery also showcases musical performances, film screenings, performance art, and artist workshops.
The Chelsea Gallery is an art gallery that was founded with the goal of providing diverse exhibition opportunities for women artists. The gallery offers tours of the city of Chelsea as well as a series of panel discussions called Conversations.
Most people know Pierce Park as the site of a large rock that tends to be painted by locals for special occasions. The site also features picnic tables, a children's play structure, and open grassy areas for general play.
The Jiffy Mix Company is a packaging plant that offers informational walkthrough visits. The guided tours consist of an educational video presentation, refreshments including a product sample and a stop at the gift shop.
The Chelsea Treehouse is a 9,000 square foot indoor play area with a climbing structure, several slides, swinging bridges, a toddler area and also, the tree house itself. There is a cafe as well as birthday party facilities.
Taylor's Beach Campground is a family campground on Cook Lake with overnight, weekly, monthly, and yearly rentals. The campground offers shuffleboard, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, natural trails, paddleboats, fishing, and an arcade room.
Home to two ice surfaces, Arctic Coliseum is an 85,000 square foot center that is used for professional and public recreation. The center offers open skating to adults and children, as well as open figure skating and youth hockey leagues.