- The list below includes 154 free or cheap things to do in or near West Valley City, Utah, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Comedy Clubs, Movie Theaters, Arcades and Parks.
- From Hunter Park to Game Grid Arcade, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in West Valley City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salt Lake City, Sandy, Lehi and West Jordan.
Wasatch International Food Festival Salt Lake City MoreLess Info
Combining rich and diverse menus with music and fun, the festival celebrates haute cuisine, street food, and everything in between
Hunter Park is spread across nearly 30 acres of land which includes four baseball fields, basketball courts, two lighted tennis courts, and a volleyball court. Nearly one mile of paved pathways and a children's playground is also available.
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3601 Constitution Blvd, Ste C128, West Valley City, UT 84119 MoreLess Info
Over 55 games are available within the Game Grid Arcade that features 50 different game cabinets. The offerings are a combination of classic games like Pac-Man and Asteriods and newer ones like Terminator Salvation and Super Street Fighter 4.
100% 14 votes
3620 S 2400 W, West Valley City, UT 84119 MoreLess Info
With the newest Hollywood blockbusters and IMAX movies, Valley Fair Mall Megaplex Theater has entertainment at a new level. Features include D-box, which adds immersive motion effects to make moviegoers feel like they're a part of the film.
100% 4 votes
1355 W 3100 S, West Valley City, UT 84119 MoreLess Info
A multipurpose facility, the Utah Cultural Celebration Center hosts an array of cultural events throughout the year. The facility focuses on educational outreach, and hosts art exhibits, special events, and various programs.
Visitors have the chance to see movies they may have missed in theaters again at Cinemark Valley Fair Movie. Services include closed captioning, neck loop listening devices, and descriptive narration for those with impairments.
97% 29 votes
5662 South Cougar Lane, Kearns, UT 84118 MoreLess Info
The Utah Olympic Oval hosts programs for aspiring figure skaters, speed skaters and more. Public skating is also offered. Known for the 'Fastest Ice on Earth,' this indoor speed skating oval was built in 2001 for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Walden Park is a community owned and operated park that features playground equipment and sand volleyball pits. The community also rents the park's pavilion area to groups, providing electrical hookups and barbecue pits as well.