- The list below includes 195 free or cheap things to do in or near Purcellville, Virginia, including 113 different types of inexpensive activities like Races, Arts Centers, Soccer Field and Skating Rinks.
- From Fireman's Field to Purcellville Skating Rink, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Purcellville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Reston, Chantilly, Winchester and Sterling.
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408 Alstadis Hill Rd, Harpers Ferry, WV MoreLess Info
For 2.5 to 3 hours, visitors to Harpers Ferry Zip Line Canopy Tour can zip across eight ziplines reaching heights up to 800 feet. Guests can see the area's wildlife from the same height as most of the trees.
Through music, photos, and wax figures, the John Brown Wax Museum tells the story of John Brown's attack on Harpers Ferry. John Brown led an attempt in 1859 to stop slavery, and his story became the popular Battle Hymn of the Republic song.
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Thomas Hall, St. Peter's Catholic Church, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 MoreLess Info
O' Be Joyfull Historical Tours & Entertainment, gives ghost tours of Harpers Valley, and its founder Rick Garland also conducts historical tours including tours of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. This leader also presents a Historical Songs and Stories Concert Show, as well as serving as a step-on guide.
In operation for 50 years, Berryville Roller Rink is a fitness facility that hosts open skate sessions on week nights. In addition to rollerskating, the rink offers instructional classes for gymnastics and other fitness activities.
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42461 Lovetts-ville Road, Lovettsville, VA MoreLess Info
Local organic foods are grown at the Patowmack Farm. In addition to the produce itself, they feature a gourmet restaurant that cooks the seasonal foods that are grown on the farm for visitors.
Zion Episcopal Church Cemetery is located next to the Zion Episcopal Church that was founded in on the site in 1815. Founded by the youngest full brother of President George Washington, over 70 members of Washington's family, along with John Yates Beall, and two bishops are buried there.
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171 Shoreline Drive, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 MoreLess Info
Costumed park staff and volunteers present historical vignettes throughout Harpers Ferry National Park on some days, while on other days, visitors can take classes to learn to knit, raise a garden, and bake bread. Visitors can also hike and fish at the park.
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Harpers Ferry Center, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 MoreLess Info
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,184-mile long public footpath that was constructed by volunteers over the course of 16 years. The Appalachian Conservatory Trail was organized to help protect the trail.