- The list below includes 279 free or cheap things to do in or near Leesburg, Virginia, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Battlefields, Historic Homes and Historic Sites.
- From Ida Lee Park to Thomas Balch Library, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Leesburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frederick, Chantilly, Rockville and Reston.
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4501 Olney-Laytonsville Road, Olney, MD 20832 MoreLess Info
Featuring activities such as the Paintball Apocalypse, the Hades Hayride, and the Trail of Terror, Field of Screams Maryland is a multi-haunt venue. The company offers fast passes and also sells food.
With a variety of sports fields to choose from, Pine Ridge Park offers visitors a recreational space for baseball and soccer. The park has a walking trail that takes visitors past a community garden with flowers and vegetables.
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18906 Shepherdstown Pike, Sharpsburg, MD MoreLess Info
Pry House Field Hospital Museum is a two-story building which served as the headquarters of the Union Army before. It has exhibits showing the items and methods used to treat wounded soldiers during the Battle of Antietam.
The local history of the city is put on display at The Manassas Museum. The permanent exhibits go into the Native American past of the area, but the bulk of the collection is on the Civil War and related artifacts.
Providence Recreation Center is a recreation center featuring a variety of recreational amenities. Attractions include a 25 meter pool, 2 spas, racquetball and wallyball courts, a fitness center, and a dance room.
The bulk of Lakeside Park is dedicated to a general open play area that can be used for athletics, relaxing, or other types of recreation. Visitors can of course enjoy the nearby lake with fishing and a two-mile long walking path.
A small neighborhood park, Lincoln Park features two children's play structures along with swings, a sandbox and a basketball court. It also provides a rain garden, picnic tables, shade trees and grassy areas.
Loehmann's Twin Cinemas showcases movies from India in a two-theater complex that seats 900 people in total. Films are shown on extra large screens in Dolby sound and there are accommodations for the hearing-impaired.