- The list below includes 33 free or cheap things to do in or near Morgantown, West Virginia, including 48 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Children's Play Area and Music Venue.
- From West Virginia University to Core Arboretum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Morgantown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fairmont, Uniontown, Farmington and Grafton.
Situated on over 900,000 acres, Monongahela National Forest features trails suitable for hiking and mountain biking along with RV and tent campsites. It can also be used for fishing, hunting, picnics, wildlife viewing and cross-country skiing.
Appalachian Glass offers over 500 handcrafted and mouth-blown soda-lime crystal products including stemware and vases, and visitors can watch these products being made. In addition, the company sells handcrafted candles in over 50 scents.
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Hundred Acres Manor Haunted Attraction is a haunted house that spans over 7 football fields in area and features six separate attractions, including a maze. They also offer a paintball game where guests shoot zombies.
The American Music Theater offers a variety of music show with a new show each season. Selections include a two-hour premier show incorporating many mountain music favorites, an American Music Show including the music of Elvis and Louis Armstrong, Dailey & Vincent bluegrass shows, and others.
On the New Tygart Flyer, passengers can take a 4-hour, 46-mile round trip train ride through mountain wilderness. Leaving from Elkins, passengers experience deep mountain ravines, an 'S' curve tunnel and get to see the 'High Falls of Cheat' waterfall.
The Museum of American Art is dedicated to presenting the story of glass making in America and especially in West Virginia, and visitors can see products from Blenko Glass Company, Fenton, and Pittsburgh Plate Glass Carrara Art among others. The museum also includes the National Marble Museum.
The rather basic Bethlehem Community Park offers simple outdoor facilities. There is a children's playground, public parking lot, a walking path, and a few ball fields in addition to a picnic shelter that can be rented for private events.
The Mountaineer Military Museum displays memorabilia commemorating the service, particularly of West Virginians, from all branches of the military. The museum is the fulfillment of one man's graveside promise to 'never let anyone forget' his fallen brethren.