- The list below includes 389 free or cheap things to do in or near Riverside, California, including 126 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Parks, Other Entertainment and History Museums.
- From Mount Rubidoux Park to California Citrus State Historic Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Riverside and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chino, Fontana, Claremont and San Bernardino.
46% 121 votes
Boundaries are South Hill St, South Olive St, West Sixth St, and West Fifth St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 MoreLess Info
An outdoor concert venue, event center, and public park located in downtown Los Angeles, Pershing Square sits on top of a large underground parking garage. It features a summer concert series, farmer's market, outdoor movies, and much more.
88% 17 votes
College Blvd & N River Road, Oceanside, CA 92057 MoreLess Info
San Luis Rey River Trail is a 7.2 mile bicycle trail that is also open to pedestrians including hikers, runners, dog walkers and roller-bladers. The trail is free of stop signs and traffic lights and separate from motor traffic.
Los Angeles Conservacy is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of architectural and cultural landmarks of LA. They also offer guided tours of many historical places with easy access to otherwise restricted areas.
Richard J. Riordan Central Library, with its impressive architecture and interior decor, is not to be missed. Being the primary downtown library, it has a large collection of books and artworks on display. It also offers computer facilities.
91% 47 votes
219 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA MoreLess Info
Situated in downtown Palm Springs, CA, Agua Caliente Cultural Museum houses many historical artefacts belonging to the native Cahuilla tribes of the area and other native cultures. They conduct guided tours, research and education programs for those interested in their history and culture.
89% 18 votes
1300 W. Carroll Avenue, Los Angeles, CA MoreLess Info
Angelino Heights historic area is a small neighborhood in Los Angeles that still keeps the Victorian houses built in mid 1880s. It is located east of Echo Park and can be visited any time of the year.
Paying homage to the late catcher, Roy Campanella Park is a multi-purpose outdoor facility. Created with community children in mind, the park is equipped with a public pool, playground, walking trails and a separate picnic space.