- The list below includes 74 free or cheap things to do in or near Martinsville, Indiana, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Camping Site and National & State Parks.
- From Martinsville City Park to Morgan-Monroe State Forest, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Martinsville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bloomington, Greenwood, Plainfield and Nashville.
A travelling art-centred activity for adults, Wine & Canvas provides an evening of art where an instructor leads guests through the steps to recreating the night's featured painting. Tickets include all necessary supplies, and are often held in venues where refreshments and drinks are available.
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8702 Keystone Crossing, Suite 201A, Indianapolis, IN 46262 MoreLess Info
Landmark's Keystone Art Cinema is a seven screen movie multiplex that screens a wide variety of films, including independent films, foreign films, and art house productions. The theater has all digital video and sound, and features a lounge.
Mulberry Fields is a 38 acre park featuring several recreational amenities. Attractions include multi-use athletic fields, a skate park, a splash park, a sledding hill, three picnic shelters, and numerous walking paths.
West Park is a large park featuring open fields and numerous walking paths. Visitors during the summer months may enjoy a splash park and imitation creek. The park also maintains a playground, covered picnic area, and public restrooms.
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10901 Marquette Road, Zionsville, IN 46077 MoreLess Info
As a regional biking club, Central Indiana Bicycling Association organizes bike rides through local trails. Visitors can take a workshop first to become a ride leader if they wish to lead their own group.
Situated on 202,000 acres, Hoosier National Forest features over 260 miles of trails along with RV and tent camping sites. It offers an archaeological site, sandstone formations, waterfalls, a large wilderness area and a stone house built in 1874.
Created to preserve the history of the community, Lawrence County Museum offers numerous permanent and temporary exhibits. This includes articles from the Civil War as well as artifacts/memorabilia from local sports programs/athletes, industry and government.
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929 15th Street, Bedford, IN 47421 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to preserving and celebrating local history and culture, the Lawrence County Historical & Genealogical Society meets in the Lawrence County Museum of History. The society sponsors and hosts a variety of historical events.