- The list below includes 41 free or cheap things to do in or near Guthrie, Oklahoma, including 48 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, History Museums, Paintball and Movie Theaters.
- From Guthrie Scottish Rite to Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Guthrie and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Edmond, Oklahoma City and Stillwater.
Experienced Equine Connection 1050 West Charter Oak Road, Edmond, OK MoreLess Info
Instructor with more than 15 years of training and riding experience focuses on balance and safety in semiprivate lessons
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214 West Oklahoma Street, Guthrie, OK 73044 MoreLess Info
The Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum offers visitors the chance to learn about frontier pharmacies through artifacts and memorabilia. The location, which offers visitors the chance to view old cans of herbs and petroleum jelly, also features a garden.
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406 E Oklahoma Ave, Guthrie, OK 73044 MoreLess Info
The heritage of Oklahoma is collected, preserved, and put on display at the Oklahoma Territorial Museum & Carnegie Library. While the mission of the museum is to focus on artifacts, the library concentrates more on the preservation of archival documents and the interpretation of material culture.
The Guthrie Scottish Rite Masonic Temple is a museum that showcases a variety of artifacts and archives from Masonic history. The museum is 500000 square feet in size, and features exhibits on Oklahoma history, as well.
Located on over 110 acres, Avid Extreme Sports Park features a wooded environment for paintball and airsoft adventure games. The park provides a selection of fields with obstacles and is suitable for parties and private events.
A paintball facility, Battle Park offers three playing fields with town, auto salvage yard and graveyard settings. The park offers a clubhouse situated near the playing fields and hosts groups, parties and private events.
Beacon Drive In Theatre has provided family entertainment since 1950. Patrons can remain in their car to watch movies or sit on lawn chairs provided by Beacon. The Drive In provides speakers beside each car spot and a concession stand.
Cottonwood Creek Ranch is an equestrian facility specializing in training and selling Morgan Horses. The ranch also hosts various competitive training programs, horseback riding lessons, and educational horse-centric summer camps.