- The list below includes 15 free or cheap things to do in or near Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, including 56 different types of inexpensive activities like Rafting, National & State Parks, Waterfalls and Bowling.
- From Ohiopyle State Park to Cucumber Falls, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ohiopyle and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Uniontown, Grantsville, Farmington and Morgantown.
The Wagner-Ritter House & Garden is a historical building and permanent exhibit, reconstructed to tell the story of a modest, early 19th-century working-class family. Visitors can tour the house, garden, and adjoining visitors center.
A 10-theater cinema multiplex, Richland Cinemas 10 shows first-run movies. Some theaters offer stadium seating, and all have digital video and sound. The theater offers bargain matinees and a variety of other discounts and promotions, as well.
Formerly used as a stop for the underground railroad, the LeMoyne House is now a historic house frequented by tourists and locals. The house is now home to the Washington County Historical Society and museum and is open for guided tours.
Seth Burton Disc Golf Course is challenging disc golf course placed in a vibrant park setting. The course features dual permanent baskets and dual concrete tees. Public restrooms and drinking fountains are readily available.
Built in 1788, the Bradford House is a historic location that was home to the Whiskey Rebellion. The house serves as a museum dedicated to educating the public about David Bradford, the home's namesake and influential player in the rebellion.
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Forrest Avenue, Washington, PA 15301 MoreLess Info
Lemoyne Multi-Cultural Community Center engages students in out-of-school and after-school programs and activities. The Center also offers educational programs to enhance learning opportunities and providing entry into successful workforce endeavors and post-secondary education.
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Rt. 1 Box 260, Grafton, WV 26354 MoreLess Info
Tygart Lake at Tygart Lake State Park is a 10-mile long, 1,750-acre lake. The park is popular with kayakers, canoers, picnickers, while anglers enjoy catching walleye, musky, crappie, perch, bullhead catfish, carp, northern pike in the lake's coves.
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7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15208 MoreLess Info
Housed in the historic home of Henry Clay Frick, the Frick Art & Historical Center illuminates the Gilded Age through fine and decorative art collections and exhibits, and a vintage car and carriage collection. Thematic docent-led tours explore the Victorian era.