- The list below includes 180 free or cheap things to do in or near Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, including 103 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Gardens, National & State Parks and Food Tours.
- From Longwood Gardens to Anson B Nixon Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kennett Square and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wilmington, Newark, West Chester and New Castle.
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100% 1 votes
600 Witmer Road, Horsham, PA 19044 MoreLess Info
Set on 234 acres, the College Settlement Camp features all day and overnight camping designed to teach children about the outdoors. Fishing, hiking and animal study are offered, along with arts and crafts and educational programs.
89% 9 votes
750 Montgomery Glen Drive, Lansdale, PA 19446 MoreLess Info
A 12-theater movie multiplex in the Frank Theatres chain, the Mongomeryville Stadium 12 screens primarily newly released Hollywood films. The theater offers stadium seating, as well as fully digital video and sound.
90% 330 votes
Choo Choo Barn
226 Gap Rd, Strasburg, PA 17579 MoreLess Info
Located in the heart of Amish country, the Choo Choo Barn is an extensive model train museum and gift shop. Entrance to the shop is free, but patrons must purchase a ticket to enter the exhibit room.
91% 79 votes
Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA MoreLess Info
Hosting community events like a summer concert series, Long's Park provides visitors with 80 acres of land designated for outdoor recreational activities. The park features a pond that has turtles, ducks, and fish to view.
20% 5 votes
800 Berkshire Blvd, Reading, PA 19610 MoreLess Info
An eight-auditorium movie theater multiplex, the Carmike Cinemas Wyomissing 8 screens primarily newly released Hollywood films in fully digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, and offers a variety of promotions.
90% 10 votes
801 Hiester Lane, Reading, PA 19605 MoreLess Info
Located inside the Crown Plaza Hotel, the Reading Comedy Outlet offers standup comedy shows. The facility also serves alcohol and appetizers, with many shows filling to capacity, and after the show, drinks continue to be sold.
97% 383 votes
1900 Centre Ave., Reading, PA 19612 MoreLess Info
The oldest baseball stadium in the Eastern League of double A baseball is the Reading Phillies First Energy Field. It is the home of the Fightin' Phills, and was originally constructed in 1951.
53% 15 votes
1536 N Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 MoreLess Info
With 36 lanes to choose from, Playdrome is a bowling alley with automatic bumpers and scoring. The alley hosts a special event called 'Future Bowl', where the pins glows in the dark under black light.
- 0 votes
1040 Voorhees Town Ctr, Voorhees, NJ 8043 MoreLess Info
With the goal of developing theater education in the community, Fusion Performing Arts Center offers performing arts acts starring the local youth. The center hosts workshops and classes for children that teaches acting, singing, dancing, and more.
97% 305 votes
Broad Street, Lititz, PA MoreLess Info
For over 200 years, the Litz Spring Park has been providing the community with a meeting place for outside events. Events at the park include craft shows, evening vesper services, and antique shows.