- The list below includes 192 free or cheap things to do in or near Strongsville, Ohio, including 85 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, Movie Theaters, Breweries and History Museums.
- From Gardenview Horticultural Park to Cleveland Metroparks, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Strongsville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Cleveland, Peninsula and Medina.
Also known as the Ghostly Manor Thrill Center, the XD 3D Motion Theater provides a variety of shows which incorporates both 3D projection and motion-simulator seats. Five movies are offered at the center, and the motion-simulator has 100 movements per second.
Founded in 1978, the Canton Classic Car Museum exhibits 7 classic automobiles, some of them being built in 1917. The memorabilia exhibited includes vintage toys, thousands of items related to President McKinley, a oriental exhibition, and others.
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11929 Beech St. NE, Alliance, OH 44601 MoreLess Info
Beech Creek Botanical Garden is a 164 acre botanical garden focused on educating people on the topics of horticulture and the environment. Attractions include a butterfly house, greenhouse, visitor center, hiking trails, and various special events and workshops.
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2500 W State St, Ste 158, Alliance, OH 44601 MoreLess Info
Cinemark Carnation Mall Cinema is a charming retro styled movie theater that shows the latest feature titles. The theatre offers a full service snack and drink bar as well as state-of-the-art video and sound.
The Sandusky Maritime Museum offers a learning experience for guests who are interested in knowing more about the history of the Sandusky Bay. The location not only has numerous exhibits on display, but also sells souvenirs at the gift shop.
The Sandusky Speedway offers visitors the change to watch motor races, rent the racetracks, and access the pit area. The location's heated bar also provides a football viewing experience with a big screen television.
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614 West Perkins Avenue, Sandusky, OH 44870 MoreLess Info
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience- Sandusky Speedway is a .5-mile oval racetrack that is made out of asphalt. The track has grandstands that seat up to 3,500 people at one time.
Styled in Greek Revival architecture, Follett House Museum presents historical artifacts of Sandusky and of Erie County. The museum displays letters, drawings, diaries and books and has a collection of textiles along with a rooftop view of the area.