- The list below includes 40 free or cheap things to do in or near Slidell, Louisiana, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Laser Tag and Movie Theaters.
- From John Slidell Park to Fritchie Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Slidell and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mandeville, Covington, Abita Springs and Picayune.
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200 Hewitt Rd Suite A, Hammond, LA 70403 MoreLess Info
A safari-themed entertainment center, Safari Quest Family Fun Center features a laser tag arena along with an above ground ropes course and climbing trees. The center also provides arcade games, hamster balls and private event facilities.
ATV Swamp Tour offers several outdoor guided adventures through the swamps of Louisiana. Visitors can learn to ride an ATV while speeding past gators and other wildlife, or embark on an airboat tour or private fishing charter.
The AMC Hammond Palace 10 is a ten-theater movie multiplex that shows primarily new release movies. The theater has stadium seating throughout, and offers an extensive selection of refreshments, including chicken tenders and pizza.
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113 N. Cypress Street, Hammond, LA 70401 MoreLess Info
Every child's dream, the Louisiana Children's Discovery Center is a hub of cool and education exhibits and items for children. Children will enjoy a rock wall to climb, a mock ambulance, a mock hot air balloon, and a mock crane.
The Hammond Regional Arts Center is an art center featuring various rotating art exhibits. The Hammond hosts frequent special events as well as educational art programs and lectures. The facility can also be rented for meetings or special events.
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41083 West Yellow Water Road, Hammond, LA 70403 MoreLess Info
Kliebert's Turtle & Alligator Farm is home to over 300 alligators and thousands of turtles placed in their natural habitat which, in turn, can be explored on foot via the Swamp People trail. Visitors can also feed the animals under supervision.