- The list below includes 140 free or cheap things to do in or near West Chester, Ohio, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Children's Play Area, Sports Facilities/Fields and Family Fun Center.
- From Beckett Park of West Chester to Voice of America Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in West Chester and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and Hamilton.
Dedicated to the visual arts, Richmond Art Museum offers an array of exhibits covering various genres. This includes the works of both local and regional artists. Continuing their mission to advance the arts, educational programs are also offered here.
Model T Ford Museum is filled with a collection of vehicles and memorabilia related to T-models. The stars being 1909 touring car, an English-built town car, a cut away chassis and more. Manuals, publications, CDs and restoration DVDs are available.
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Dick Baumgartner's Basketball Shooting Camp provides instruction on shooting a basketball using proven and simplified terminology, techniques and drills. 4th through 12th grade boys and girls are eligible to participate in the shooting camps.
Gennett Walk of Fame is located along South 1st street in Richmond. Paved with several bronze and mosaic plaques commemorating Gennet's artist, it is rich in historical value. It is a must-see place for any music lover.
Filled with life-sized fossils of dinosaurs and animals, Joseph Moore Museum offers a variety of exhibits that highlight the field of paleontology. The museum has a planetarium where visitors can learn about constellations and watch movies about space.
Dick Baumgartner's Basketball Shooting Camp offers overnight and day camps that teach boys and girls shooting techniques that the great shooters use. Alignment, footwork, grip, offensive and defensive skills along with drills to improve after the camp are taught.
Joseph Moore Museum was established as a teaching collection. The stars of the collection are the Egyptian mummy, giant prehistoric mammals and the live snake collection. The paleontology department deserves a special mention. Group tours are welcome.