- The list below includes 14 free or cheap things to do in or near Jefferson, Texas, including 38 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Historic Homes, Children's Play Area and Specialty Museums.
- From Oakwood Cemetery to The Grove, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Jefferson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Longview.
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1230B N High Street, Longview, TX 75601 MoreLess Info
Longview's Paula Martin Jones Recreation Center is a public fitness and sports facility operated by the city. The facility has an indoor weight room, a fitness room, an indoor swimming pool, a walking track, and sports courts.
A family entertainment center, Putt-Putt Golf & Games features two 18-hole miniature golf courses with waterfalls, streams and flowers. The center provides batting cages and a private party room along with video and redemption games.
95% 19 votes
214 N. Fredonia Street, Longview, TX 75606 MoreLess Info
The Gregg County Historical Museum is a historical museum featuring a variety of displays and exhibits. Among these exhibits is a Caddo collection, architecture collection, military collection, and the Flo Stevens research center. The museum also hosts several special events.
Located within the Oil Bowl bowling alley is the Oil Bowl Pro Shop, a location that provides a number of services to its customers. Bowlers commonly visit the pro shop to buy new gear or get their bowling balls drilled.
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Jefferson Paige Road, Shreveport, LA 71119 MoreLess Info
The rose forms the basis of the Gardens at the American Rose Center. During the official rose bloom season from April to October, the gardens are vibrant in both color and fragrance, but they transform into a twinkling light show during the winter.
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3015 Greenwood Road, Shreveport, LA 71109 MoreLess Info
Indigenous northwest Louisiana is highlighted at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum through many unique collections and a variety of rotating exhibits. The Native American artifacts within the museum serve as one of its star collections.
Recognized as a historic landmark and a site of importance in the history of American civil engineering, the Shreveport Water Works Museum was built as the city's first water plant. It is now a museum.
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610 Texas St., Shreveport, LA MoreLess Info
The Southern University Museum of Art at Shreveport features artifacts and art of Africans, African-Americans, and their descendants. The curator is knowledgeable and the exhibits offer a great history lesson to all visitors.