- The list below includes 104 free or cheap things to do in or near Lancaster, Ontario, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Nature & Wildlife Areas, Food Shops, Paintball and History Museums.
- From Walden Galleria Mall to Regal Cinemas Walden Galleria 16, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lancaster and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Buffalo, Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda and East Aurora.
The striking and historic North Park Theatre was established in 1920. The theater hosts a variety of films, including Hollywood new releases as well as art house and independent films, classics, and foreign films.
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300 Gleed Avenue, East Aurora, NY 14052 MoreLess Info
Interactive and hands-on exhibits take centerstage at the Explore & More Children's Museum. Younger children are the target audience of the institution that covers fields such as architecture, food, movement, and other cultures.
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641 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY 14202 MoreLess Info
Located in the home where Theodore Roosevelt took his oath as president, Wilcox Mansion - Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site offers visitors a historic look at the life and presidency with official documents and photographs.
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15 Reiter Road, East Aurora, NY 14052 MoreLess Info
As a rehabilitation center, Lothlorien Therapeutic Riding Center Inc provides horseback riding sessions for the disabled. The facility has an outdoor riding arena where most of the therapy sessions take place.
Coca-Cola is an 18,025-seat baseball field that is the home of the Buffalo Bisons Triple-A baseball club, affiliated with the Toronto Blue Jays of the MLB. The site was designers by the same group that created Camden Yards.
Buffalo Bites Food Tours offers a three-hour guided walking tour of Buffalo's Elmwood Village. Patrons will experience all the flavors of the city by eating samples from 7 local eateries while exploring the neighborhood and enjoying entertaining history.
A remarkable architectural achievement, the Guaranty / Prudential Building combines steel frame construction with delicate terra cotta work. Built in 1895, it is the creation of Louis H. Sullivan, who is often lauded as a father of modern architecture.
With a permanent collection of more than 6,500 works of art, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery exhibits mostly post-war American and European art, from artists such as Andy Warhol. There are other exhibits also, the oldest of them dating back to the end of the 19th century.
Completed in 1931 and with a height of 398 feet, the Buffalo City Hall is one of the largest and tallest city halls in the country. It was designed in the art deco architectural style and is included in the National Register of Historic Places.