- The list below includes 186 free or cheap things to do in or near Savage, Minnesota, including 90 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, National & State Parks, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Murphy-Hanrahan Park Reserve to J-Michael Galleries, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Savage and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Paul, Minneapolis, Burnsville and Shakopee.
An ideal venue for outdoor enthusiasts, Murphy-Hanrahan Park Reserve provides picturesque trails for challenging hikes and bike rides. In the winter, it is also a popular place for cross-country skiing.
Founded in 1982, J-Michael Galleries is an art gallery featuring a number of artworks for display and sale. In addition to selling art, the gallery offers a number of services to its customers, including custom framing, frame repair, and installation.
An indoor sports and recreation complex, Soccer Blast Minnesota offers a full range of youth and adult soccer leagues, and hosts games and practices on its fields. The complex also features a miniature golf course.
Weather is not an issue at ProKart Indoor Racing. No experience is necessary to race these go karts, which reach up to 40 miles per hour. Kids' Driving School is available for ages eight through 12. League racing is offered, and special events can be booked.
Skateville is a family-owned business that has Minnesota's only maple rotunda skating floor. Skateville offers a surface of over 14,000 square feet for rollerskating and inline skating. They specialize in group events and offer arcade games.
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Grand Slam Sports & Entertainment Center is a family entertainment center that offers over 30,000 square feet of games. Grand Slam features mini golf, batting cages, laser tag, bumper cars, and a trampoline park.
Muskies & More Guide Service is a guided fishing business run by local native and captain Brian Koshenina. Visitors of all skill levels commonly enjoy taking guided fishing tours and learning about the fishing lakes in the Twin Cities area.