- The list below includes 48 free or cheap things to do in or near Kalamazoo, Michigan, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Pubs, Bowling and Dance Clubs.
- From Markin Glen County Park to Bank Street Farmer's Market, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kalamazoo and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Battle Creek, Portage, Augusta and Leland.
Open seasonally, Hidden Pointe is an amusement center that offers a variety of attractions. The facility offers 18 holes of miniature golf, batting cages, a video game arcade, and a variety of refreshments, including ice cream.
The Livery is a restaurant and bar offering 18 taps of hand-forged microbrews and an outdoor beer garden in an historic livery building. Their frequent events include live music and trivia nights. Growler filling and free wifi are also available.
An arts and cultural center and art gallery, the Anna Russo Sieber Gallery exhibits the works of local and regional artists, both emerging and established. The gallery also hosts a variety of community outreach and educational programs.
Part of the AMF Company, AMF Blossom Lanes in Benton Harbor, Michigan features league play and bowling packages for all ages and abilities. Their 'Unlimited Pizza Bowl' package highlights unlimited bowling and all-you-can-eat pizza at one affordable price.
Skellville is a unique scary attraction located on the side of the road commonly visited by travelers passing through. The location features many skeletons placed in different places and scenarios, making the site bizarre but interesting.
Elkhart Tactical Laser Tag is a strictly outdoor experience offering Airsoft and laser tag. They conduct group events by appointment only and are available for off-site events, bringing the operation to the group's place of preference.
Boasting 1,100 feet of lake shoreline with an overlook platform and excellent views of Lake Michigan, Rocky Gap Beach provides guests a pleasant setting for a day or evening outing. Swimming is allowed, however no lifeguards are on duty.
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Lined with old homes, Heritage Hill Historic District features a variety of architecture, from Victorian to Colonial style houses. Visitors can walk the four mile stretch to view the houses, and even stop by a Frank Lloyd Wright designed house.