- The list below includes 90 free or cheap things to do in or near McDonough, Georgia, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Parks, Movie Theaters and Bowling.
- From Southern Belle Farm to Walls of Clay, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in McDonough and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Decatur, Jonesboro, Griffin and Conyers.
As a family owned business for 65 years, Griffin Stadium Cinemas specializes in creating an environment for the whole family to enjoy. Keeping up with modern requirements, tickets are available for purchase online and theaters are equipped with stadium seating and 3D capabilities.
An entertainment center, Kids Planet offers activities for young children including trampolines, a hamster wheel, slides, a toddler town and other play structures. The center also provides a room for private parties, tables and a flat-screen television.
Completed in 1999, Wynoma Tyus Park is 164 acres of beautiful landscape. Named after an Olympic gold medallist, the park is a favorite among locals with its 3 acre lake, fountain, 7 soccer fields, 5 baseball diamonds, and batting cages.
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Cades Cove features a variety of scenic views that guests can enjoy from their cars, including forests and old buildings. Visitors of the site have also been known to spot a variety of animals during their travels.
Stache Studio is an art studio and art gallery featuring artwork from former students, both from children and adults. Stache studio also hosts several educational art programs and camps for children, and offers private party hosting.
Newly renovated, the AMF American Lanes offers patrons 32 lanes for traditional and league bowling with updated facilities for large gatherings. Other amenities include an arcade, flat-screen monitors and expanded choices on the Laneside Menu.
Visitors spend hours at the Doc Holliday Museum discovering the life and achievements of the great Southern gentleman. The museum houses unpublished photos, books, and other documents which help to shape the life of the man.