- The list below includes 84 free or cheap things to do in or near Front Royal, Virginia, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, Hiking Trails, Family Fun Center and Movie Theaters.
- From Sky Line Drive to Buzzard Rock North Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Front Royal and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winchester, Luray, Berryville and Strasburg.
Located within a 1820 Federal-style brick building, the Shenandoah Showcase - Art at the Strasburg Town Hall holds a wide range of local art, crafts, and music. There are actually two floors of locally made pieces like jewelry, pottery, fabric items, and wooden sculptures.
Skyline Paintball is a paintball and laser tag facility offering a variety of fields and arenas. Attractions include paintball, laser tag, a full service paintball shop, and children's Splatmaster Mini Paintball.
Opened in 2006, the Woodbine Farm Market is a family owned market specializing in selling fresh produce and other items to its visitors. Jams, jellies, fruits, cookies, and pies are among the fresh items available.
The historic farm of Sky Meadows forms the basis of the Sky Meadows State Park which is spread over 1,864 acres. Common activities include touring the historic home, hiking, picnicking, fishing, biking, and participating in the frequent nature and history programs.
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181 Kernstown Commons Blvd, Winchester, VA 22602 MoreLess Info
First-run Hollywood films are shown at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, including select movies in 3-D. Guests of the cinema can also enjoy a full menu of pub-style food and specialty cocktails within their individual screen theaters.
Wagon Wheel Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch that offers a riding experience through herds of cattle and exploration of nature on their ranch, from foxes and bald eagles to wild turkeys and herds of deer.
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Battle Park Drive, Winchester, VA MoreLess Info
As the site of a Civil War battle, Kernstown Battlefield & Pritchard House is a 315 acre park with a visitor center. The park has a trail with interpretative signs explaining the events of the battle.
A subsidiary of Carmike Cinemas, Apple Blossom 12 shows the most recent in movie releases. For added enjoyment, the theater offers concessions with snacks and treats such as soda, candy, ice cream and popcorn with special seasonings.