- The list below includes 28 free or cheap things to do in or near Uniontown, Pennsylvania, including 51 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Mini Golf, Caverns & Caves and Historic Sites.
- From Pennsylvania's Historic National Road Headquarters to Walnut Hill Minature Golf Inc, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Uniontown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Morgantown, Ohiopyle, Farmington and Washington.
At the Garrett County Historical Museum, visitors can learn about the history of the area through a variety of exhibits. Visitors who are interested in railroad history may enjoy learning about the impact of the B&O Railroad on the local area.
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107 S. Second St., Oakland, MD 21550 MoreLess Info
Historians and automotive buffs enjoy visiting Maryland's Garrett County Museum of Transportation. The museum features two floors of exhibit space that includes buggies, carriages, sleighs, automobiles and fire vehicles, as well as artifacts.
The Garrett County Arts Council is an arts and entertainment agency designed to promote local culture and activities. Local area art and crafts are scheduled throughout the year, as well as classes and art demonstrations.
Situated on nearly 7,000 acres, Garrett State Forest is composed of valleys, streams and a variety of trees including oak, hickory, maple and pine. The forest is suitable for hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, camping, fishing and hunting.
Seth Burton Disc Golf Course is challenging disc golf course placed in a vibrant park setting. The course features dual permanent baskets and dual concrete tees. Public restrooms and drinking fountains are readily available.
The Alley is a bowling center offering several up to date bowling lanes. Along with bowling, visitors to The Alley can play games in the game room (Ping-Pong, pool, air hockey, shuffle board,) and can eat at the in-house restaurant.
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I-79 at Exit 139 - follow the signs to the park, Fairmont, WV MoreLess Info
In the late 1700s, Captain Jacob Prickett and his family moved to the area now known as Prickett's Fort. Visitors can tour the fort, along with the 19th century Job Prickett House, Prickett Cemetery, as actors enact daily living activities.
The Phipps Conservatory was originally a gift to the city of Philadelphia by railroad magnet Harold Phipps in 1893. The conservatory has 13 indoor rooms, and six outdoor gardens, and is also considered one of the greenest energy efficient buildings in the world.