- The list below includes 60 free or cheap things to do in or near Middletown, Virginia, including 76 different types of inexpensive activities like Historic Homes, Movie Theaters, Parks and History Museums.
- From Belle Grove Plantation to Skyline Paintball, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Middletown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winchester, Front Royal, Berryville and Strasburg.
The primary building of the Luray Valley Museum is known as The Stonyman and contains displays of clothing, early toys, decorative art, and items of daily life from 1750 through 1920. Other buildings on site have been restored to represent a small 19th century farm.
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Luray Singing Tower, 970 US Hwy 211 W, Luray, VA 22835 MoreLess Info
Unofficially knows as the Luray Singing Tower, the Belle Brown Northcott Memorial contains a carillon of 47 bells, the largest of which is over 6 feet in diameter and weighs over 7,000 pounds.
Rope Adventure Park - Luray Caverns offers a high ropes course, a low ropes course and a children's course close to the ground for visitors to challenge themselves. The sophisticated safety system and harnesses eliminate chances of falling.
Named for the town's former mayor, Ralph H Dean Recreational Park is a sports complex with fields for baseball, softball, football and soccer. The park also provides a children's play area, picnic tables, shelters and a walking trail.
Founded in 1969, the Middleburg Tennis Club is a members-only recreation site with over 10 acres of courts and facilities. Tennis lessons and camps are offered, along with a swimming pool and full size fitness center.
Best know for a public swimming pool, Jefferson County Memorial Park is a leisure park that also has two basketball courts, two playgrounds, and four pavilions that are available for rent. The park also has a .7-mile walking trail.
The historic Jefferson County Museum is a museum that offers free admission to patrons of the Charles Town Library. The museum carries information on historical events that happened in the county, such as the hanging of John Brown in 1859.
Zion Episcopal Church Cemetery is located next to the Zion Episcopal Church that was founded in on the site in 1815. Founded by the youngest full brother of President George Washington, over 70 members of Washington's family, along with John Yates Beall, and two bishops are buried there.