- The list below includes 260 free or cheap things to do in or near Keller, Texas, including 101 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Arcades, Family Fun Center and Movie Theaters.
- From The Parks at Town Center to Bear Creek Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Keller and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fort Worth, Denton, Arlington and Irving.
The Webb Gallery has been displaying and selling eclectic art and curiosities since 1987. Their unique collection, which includes items like painted sideshow banners and animated toothpick sculptures can be seen on weekend afternoons and by appointment.
Waxahachie's Ellis County Courthouse is a historic building that is the result of a combination of architectural sensibilities and styles. The courthouse features sculptures of faces with unique and intriguing stories behind them.
A movie theater with 12 auditoriums, Waxahachie 12 displays first-run feature films. The theater offers D-BOX motion seats, an SDX auditorium with Dolby Atmos sound, 3D movies and a concession area with food and drinks.
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The Chisholm Trail Museum gives visitors the opportunity to experience an old Texas town. The site is home to the oldest log courthouse in the state, as well as a stage station/saloon, jail doors from the town's original jail, a gunsmith shop, and a blacksmith.
The history of Ellis County is on display at the Ellis County Museum. Various time periods are represented through collections of items including silk and ivory fans, ivory pitchers and more. Housed in an 1889 structure, the museum is open daily.
Experience paintball fun on an 18,000 square foot covered outdoor paintball range at FCS Paintball. A variety of paintball gear is available for rent, frequent specials are offered, and FCS Paintball is open til 11pm on Fridays & Saturdays.
The Granbury Ghosts & Legends Tour offers a spooky evening event of ghost stories and legends around the historic areas of Grandbury. Guides lead the walking tours dressed in costumes from the Civil War era and speak about famous local spirits like the Faceless Girl and even John Wilkes Booth.