- The list below includes 28 free or cheap things to do in or near French Lick, Indiana, including 51 different types of inexpensive activities like Scenic Railroads, Movie Theaters, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Springs Stadium 4 to French Lick Scenic Railway, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in French Lick and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jasper, Bedford and West Baden Springs.
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Ouabache Trail Park, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
Knox County Parks & Recreation Dept is home to wildlife and plant life preserves, campgrounds, fishing, and naturalist activities. The parks offer trails in naturally wooded areas along with hiking, mountain biking, wildflower walks, volleyball, basketball, archery, horseshoes and photography.
eXplore Brown County is an adventure company that features zip lines, paintball, mountain biking, ATV tours, and camping trips. The company is available for weddings, birthday parties, and family reunions.
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State Rd 135 N, Nashville, IN 47448 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view memorabilia from the personal collection of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe at Monroe's Bill Bluegrass Hall of Fame & Museum. The museum honors numerous country music stars like Johnny Cash as a part of its hall of fame.
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Corner of Franklin & Van Buren Street, Nashville, IN MoreLess Info
Nashville Express Train Tours offers visitors a sight-seeing tour of Nashville on a train. The tour is 25 minutes and shows the various businesses, art, and historical landmarks of Nashville.
Nashville, Indiana is a small town with a population of only 803, located in Brown County. The location is known for its resident artists and natural beauty, which attracts guests to come to this site and stay in local bed and breakfasts.
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20 Red Skelton Boulevard Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy brings the comedic craft of Red Skelton to the public. Visitors can experience interactive exhibits, watch classic comedy clips, and enjoy live performances at the center's performing arts theater.
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McCormick Ave. (Brookfield), Essex Rd. (Elk Grove Village), Nashville, IN 47448 MoreLess Info
The Salt Creek Trail is a paved community trail for walking, biking, rollerblading, running, and other pedestrian activity. The tree lined trail travels over creeks and under bridges and provides attractive natural views while still remaining close to downtown businesses.
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3 West Scott Street, Vincennes, IN 47591 MoreLess Info
With its construction completed in 1804, the Grouseland (William Henry Harrison Mansion) became the first brick house in Indiana and is now included in the National Historic Landmark. Also serving as a fortress, this was the Indiana Territory Government Center.