- The list below includes 75 free or cheap things to do in or near Louisville, Kentucky, including 51 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Specialty Museums, Movie Theaters and Bowling.
- From Cave Hill Cemetery to Cherokee Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Louisville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Clarksville, Jeffersonville, Corydon and New Albany.
Breakout Louisville 1805 Cargo Court, Louisville, KY MoreLess Info
Teams collaborate, following clues and solving puzzles to escape alarming scenarios ranging from casino heists to art thefts
Covering 170 acres, of which 93 are picnic areas, the Freeman Lake Park also has playgrounds, shelters, a dic golf course, and other amenities. The Lincoln Heritage House and the Sara Bush Johnson Log Cabin are also on the site.
Created as a recreational space for the Elizabethtown community, American Legion Park offers lots of outdoor fun. Paying tribute to Veterans, it features a memorial along with a playground, tennis courts and executive style golf course.
A large community multi-sports complex with concessions and other amenities, Elizabethtown Sports Park offers many opportunities for youth to enjoy various outdoor activities. This includes competing sports such as football, baseball, soccer and lacrosse.
The Lanier Mansion Museum is housed inside an estate that remains an exemplar of 19th century Greek revival architecture. Registered as a National Historic Landmark, the museum offers visitors a glimpse of pioneer life during the antebellum period.
A National Historic Landmark which is included in the National Register of Historic Places, the Madison Railroad Station Museum was constructed in 1894 and stands to this day as a historical museum, restored to its former form and functionality.
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201 West Dixie Avenue, Elizabethtown, KY 42701 MoreLess Info
Collecting and preserving historical artifacts since 2003, the Hardin County History Museum is full of interesting memorabilia that tells a story of the nation's past. Visit the Civil War exhibit, Abraham Lincoln family and friends section, and honor soldiers who fought in wars to protect our country.