- The list below includes 40 free or cheap things to do in or near New Castle, Pennsylvania, including 47 different types of inexpensive activities like Skating Rinks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and National & State Parks.
- From Cascade Park to Lawrence County Historical Society, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in New Castle and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Youngstown, Butler, Niles and East Liverpool.
On a site originally known as Big Run Falls, Cascade Park is named after its cascading waterfall and opened in 1897. The park has a playground and dance pavilion and holds events like the 'Back to the 50's' celebration.
Chartered in 1938, the Lawrence County Historical Society is a non-profit charity organization that has a gift shop. The gift shop sells tickets to special events, books, historical music seasonal gifts, and collectibles.
Featuring new movie releases, Westgate Cinemas has recently become Golden Star Theaters. For added enjoyment, the theater offers regular promotions with discounted tickets or free concessions. This includes college i.d nights and Mighty Movie Mondays.
Located just miles from New Castle, the Ellhurst Roller Rink LLC is an old fashioned roller skating venue with traditional wood flooring, roller skate rentals, arcade games, and restaurant booth seating. It is also available for party rentals.
Hess Sports Complex is a large sporting and recreational facility with a multitude of options. It offers basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, baseball and soccer fields, an indoor ice hockey rink, and a mile-long fitness trail.
Roughly 227 acres is preserved by Boardman Park in the heart of Boardman, Ohio. Recreational offerings include softball fields, multi-purpose trails, several children's playgrounds, indoor meeting rooms, and open air pavilions.
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Loveland Artists Studios, 529 Main Street, Youngstown, OH 44502 MoreLess Info
Featuring the work of a Swedish artist, Gun Marie Textiles showcases nature and portraits with the medium of textile fabric. Visitors can meet the artist when her studio is open once a month on a Saturday.
Paying tribute to the settlers of Mahoning Valley, Arms Family Museum features period furnishings and clothing, along with Native American memorabilia and mining artifacts. The museum also contains exhibits about African-American settlers in the Youngstown area.