- The list below includes 72 free or cheap things to do in or near Lenoir, North Carolina, including 58 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, History Museums, Historic Homes and Movie Theaters.
- From Fort Defiance, Lenoir, NC to Caldwell Historical Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lenoir and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boone, Morganton, Blowing Rock and Hickory.
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201 W Meeting Street, Morganton, NC 28655 MoreLess Info
The History Museum of Burke County Inc is a historical museum that promotes the collection, preservation, and interpretation of the history of Burke County. The museum is split into the 'Old City Hall' section and the 'Railroad Depot' section.
Located in a forested area, Glenn C. Hilton Jr. Memorial Park is situated along a creek and provides a canoe launch. The park includes picnic shelters, a paved walking trail, nature boardwalk, disc golf course, memorial garden and playgrounds.
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4149 S Mountain Park Avenue, Morganton, NC 28655 MoreLess Info
Featuring elevations up to 2,000 ft., South Mountain State Park is a popular location among nature and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors commonly enjoy hiking through the park's 40 miles of trails, seeing the 80-foot waterfall, or having a picnic outside.
Located in Morganton, North Carolina, Bouncin' Kids features indoor fun in the form of kid-friendly 'Bouncin' Inflatables.' The center provides packages for kids' birthday parties as well. Kids aged six to nine years old will enjoy the playtime activities.
Specializing in fly fishing, Wilson Creek Outfitters offers equipment and guided fishing trips to its visitors. This equipment includes supplies and accessories like art books, sunglasses, fly reels, and more.
The 30-acre Freedom Park is a park that has a 1-mile lighted track that can be used for walking, biking, running, or roller blading. The park features two basketball courts, a lighted softball field, tennis courts, and two playgrounds.
Harper House/ Hickory History Center is a house museum that interprets both Hickory history and Victorian life in the South during the 19th century. Current exhibits include Elegantly Crafted and an exhibit on the Catawba Springs Resort.
Carolina Theatre has been serving moviegoers since its construction in 1934. It has been restored with modern technology and seating, and aims to provide affordable family outings with $3 tickets and low-priced concessions.