- The list below includes 110 free or cheap things to do in or near Racine, Wisconsin, including 89 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Architectural Buildings, Art Gallery and Art Museum.
- From North Beach Park to Johnson Wax Administration Building, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Racine and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Milwaukee, Kenosha, Franklin and Oak Creek.
As a mansion on Lake Michigan, Anderson Arts Center displays many pieces of fine art and has an entire exhibit dedicated to artwork done by students from the surrounding area. During the summer they put on concerts outside.
The Guttormsen Recreation Center is a local bowling alley offering a number of amenities for bowlers to enjoy when visiting. Open bowling, cosmic bowling, numerous food and drink options, and a pro shop are among these amenities available.
A movie theater multiplex and part of the Cinemark theater chain, Tinseltown USA shows primarily first run Hollywood films in fully digital video and audio. The theater offers discount matinees and a variety of refreshments.
The Kenosha Ice Arena is an indoor ice skating facility that offers youth travel hockey teams, open hockey sessions, open free skating sessions, and hockey equipment rentals. The facility also has an electronic scoreboard and bleachers.
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10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 MoreLess Info
At the Jelly Belly Center visitors ride on a train through a mockup on a Jelly Belly warehouse. Along the way, visitors watch video monitor presentations, see dancing Jelly Belly characters, and taste the candy.
With 16 state-of-the-art Marcus Digital Xperience auditoriums, the South Shore Cinema is a movie theater that also serves food. A few of the auditoriums in the theater offer Digital 3D movies and also are equipped with stadium seating.
Opened in 1992, Seebeck Gallery is an art gallery and gift shop dedicated to showcasing a variety of arts and crafts. Visitors to the gallery will find oils, watercolors, jewelry, ceramics, wood, art glass, and sculptures.