- The list below includes 75 free or cheap things to do in or near Valparaiso, Indiana, including 79 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Laser Tag and Movie Theaters.
- From Taltree Arboretum & Gardens to Rogers-Lakewood Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Valparaiso and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gary, Michigan City, Portage and Schererville.
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700 W Porter Avenue, Chesterton, IN 46304 MoreLess Info
Located on Lake Michigan, the Westchester Township Historical Museum lends charm to the town of Chesterton. The stately brick home collects and preserves the areas historical documents and artifacts and is available for touring.
Designed for the whole family, Camelot Bowling Centers Inc. features 48 lanes and leagues for every age and gender. The center also features a multi-use indoor sportsplex for hockey, softball, soccer and roller derby.
Hosting bowling leagues and tournaments, Camelot Bowling Center offers recreational bowling to the public. In addition to the lounge, the bowling alley has a snack shop where visitors can purchase appetizers, pizza, and dessert.
One of two Stardust Bowl locations, Stardust Bowl No 2 offers open bowling as well as league and tournament play. The alley offers loyalty programs, and hosts birthday parties, corporate events, and other gatherings.
Many forget Indiana is located on the south shores of Lake Michigan, but one of the state's highlights is its beautiful dunes, towering 200 feet above the lake. Visit Indiana Dunes State Park, where beaches are wide and swimming is welcome. Concession stands, restrooms, picnic areas, campgrounds and lifeguards …
With access to a beach and fishing pier, Portage Lakefront & Riverwalk is a popular location for activities and scenic views. It includes a 3,500 square foot public pavilion with restrooms, a snack bar and a meeting room.
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2590 Southlake Mall Drive, Merrillville, IN 46410 MoreLess Info
Offering RealD 3D technology, AMC Showplace Hobart 12 shows the latest indie and blockbuster films in its auditoriums. Its concession stand offers standard movie snacks like popcorn, in addition to chicken tenders and fruit flavored sodas.