- 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.
56% 16 votes
53 Arlington Heights Road, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 MoreLess Info
Elk Grove Bowl & Billiards is a bowling alley and pool hall that also features a pro shop, video arcade and bar and grill. They also offer cosmic bowling, league play, tournaments and party packages.
The Des Plaines Park District is a park district that includes the Lake Park golf course, the Lake Park marina, and the Mountain View Adventure Center. The district also has a health club and a history center.
The Community Center Pool is a year-round indoor swimming pool that features both public and private events along with a full hot tub and sauna. Seasonal swim lessons are available, as well as water aerobics classes.
The five-lane Hinkley Pool is a public swimming pool that features a thirty-three-yard pool, a one-meter springboard, a grassy picnic area, a volleyball court, and a snack machine. The pool has discounted entry fees for children.
100% 1 votes
111 S Washington Street, Park Ridge, IL 60068 MoreLess Info
Accepting visitors of all skill levels, Fencing Center of Chicago offers an assortment of classes that teach the sport of fencing. The center runs a summer camp led by Germany's Olympic head fencing coach.
50% 10 votes
1685 W Higgins Road, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 MoreLess Info
The Hoffman Estates Park District hosts an array of events and programs for the local community. Activities include skating, various sports leagues for children and for adults, and health and fitness programs.
The Triphahn Center is a community center and ice arena that features two NHL sized ice surfaces, a fitness center, an indoor track, and a dance studio. The center is home to the Chicago Wolves hockey team.