- The list below includes 191 free or cheap things to do in or near North Royalton, Ohio, including 85 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, Soccer Field, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Mr Divot's Miniature Golf to Royalton Fieldhouse, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in North Royalton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Akron, Cleveland and Peninsula.
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4280 Shenandoah Parkway, Brunswick, OH 44212 MoreLess Info
A restaurant, bar, and live music venue, 42 Eighty Food & Drink hosts an array of bands, mostly of the rock and blues varieties. The venue serves a variety of food and drink choices, and features specials.
100% 3 votes
1480 Pearl Road, Brunswick, OH 44212 MoreLess Info
Approximately one dozen lanes of traditional ten pin bowling is provided at Dick Hoover's Lanes. Guests can access automatic scoring, a full-service bar, snack bar, pro shop, and even a full video game arcade.
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4613 Laurel Road, Brunswick, OH 44212 MoreLess Info
The Brunswick Area Historical Society is the home of the Brunswick Heritage Farm and Museum. The society also hosts a variety of community events like a farmers market and pumpkin festival.
88% 40 votes
1550 Boston Mills Road, Peninsula, OH 44264 MoreLess Info
Boston Store Visitor Center offers a place to start a visit at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Patrons can meet park staff, get questions answered, and learn more about park scheduled events and places to visit.
Located inside a restored 1940s era gas station inside the boundaries of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the MD Garage hosts free art exhibitions throughout the months of April through October. The exhibits are hosted by the Crooked River Gang.
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Scobie Rd, at Oak Hill Road, Peninsula, OH 44264 MoreLess Info
Goosefeather Pond is located in a remote area to keep the waters isolated from pollution. Fishing is the most popular activity at this small body of water, and visitors can also enjoy bird watching.
100% 1 votes
Major Road, Peninsula, OH 44264 MoreLess Info
Situated in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Horseshoe Pond is ideal for fishing of popular fish like crappie and bass. The site around the small body of water also has a trail for hiking and several picnic areas.
100% 1 votes
G A R Hall
1785 Main Street, Peninsula, OH 44264 MoreLess Info
Built in 1850, the G A R Hall is a Civil War museum located within a historic one-room schoolhouse. The museum is filled with historical exhibits and artifacts dedicated to telling the story of the Grand Army of the Republic.
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1775 Main Street, Peninsula, OH 44264 MoreLess Info
Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum interprets and promotes the area's history through permanent and special exhibits. The Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum is housed on the second floor of the historic Boston Township Hall, which was built in 1887.
95% 42 votes
1621 Main Street, Peninsula, OH MoreLess Info
The Towpath Bike Trail follows the historic route of the Erie Canal and the Ohio Canal and is open 24-hours a day. Even though this trail caters to those on bikes, it can easily be walked as well.