- The list below includes 95 free or cheap things to do in or near Pflugerville, Texas, including 74 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Dog Park, Playgrounds and Swimming Pool.
- From Pfluger Park to Falcon Pointe Splash Pad, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Pflugerville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, Cedar Park, Georgetown and Round Rock.
Waterside Sports is a family owned and operated business that offers personalized water sports services. The company has paddle boards, kayaks, and private lessons and also gives a 10% discount to all public service personnel.
At Taste Wine + Art, visitors can see and buy art including painting, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, and photography, as well as on occasion listen to live music. Visitors can also enjoy fine wines produced in Texas and beyond.
In addition to hosting bowling leagues, Spare Time Fun Center offers recreational bowling that can be accessed via a mobile app called Xbowling. The facility has a laser tag arena that uses black light and glowing obstacles.
Known for its mural paintings, Lee Casbeer Fine Art is a gallery covered with murals from local artists. The gallery also hosts live still-life painting classes, where visitors can watch artists draw people.
Featuring artwork depicting Texas landscape, history, and culture, Texcetera showcases the work of local artists. This art includes mosaics, sculptures, jewelry, pottery, furniture, and more. The gallery runs monthly events where visitors can meet the artists.
The Lyndon Banes Johnson Boyhood Home was the home where President Johnson lived from five until he graduated from high school. National Park Service rangers lead a tour through the home that is furnished with mid-1920s period furniture.
Dive into the Czech history, genealogy and culture at the Czech Heritage Museum. Check out the exhibiting artifacts or take part in an educational program to learn more. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday.
Pepper Creek Hike and Bike Trail borders State Highway 36 south through woods along the creek's western bank. Wide pathways allow easy navigation so people can enjoy scenic views, unique water features and a footbridge.