Are you planning a staycation or cheap vacation? Free museum days, lunchtime concerts, walking tours, beer and candy factory tours…it’s easy to fill your schedule and stay on budget when you know where to look. Select a city below to find free things to do.
Savannah’s subtropical climate makes it a perfect spot for outdoor lovers. Its rich history and architecture make it a great destination for buffs. And its thriving shopping districts make it fun for everyone. Next time you visit this Georgia peach, enjoy liberal doses of Southern hospitality and these 16 free things to do. Bonaventure Cemetery [...]
Think of Nashville and your thoughts naturally turn to country music, but there’s much more to this Tennessee town than picking and grinning…not to say there isn’t a lot of music. You’ll find all forms of art in Nashville, and quite a bit of natural areas, historical museums and shopping adventures. Read on for our list of 32 free things to do in Nashville.
There is no mistaking that Orlando is the Theme park capitol of the world bringing in over 50 million visitors per year.
But what about those of us who want to enjoy the sunny warm weather without the giant cost of admission into Disney World or Universal Studios?
We have compiled a list of 40 different things you can do in Orlando that are not only fun but free!
Think of Minneapolis and you likely think of snow, cold and the Minnesota Vikings, but there’s a lot more to this city on the northern end of the Mississippi River. Culture abounds in many forms, both winter and summer, and there’s a surprising number of free concerts and films. Fortunately, transportation between the twins is excellent. Here’s just a sampling of some indoor and outdoor adventures, many suited for the entire family.
The birthplace of the automobile also gave rise to Motown music, but Detroit has struggled in recent years as car makes moved their plants outside of Michigan. Thanks to a government cash infusion and some pretty nifty planning, the Big D is on its way back. That’s a happy message for culture and history freaks, [...]
N’Awlins, Crescent City, the Big Easy…New Orleans has many nicknames because there are so many different facets to the city at the tail end of the Mississippi. In fact, it’s as close as you’ll come to visiting a foreign country without leaving the United States. You can easily spend an entire week touring the city while paying nothing for entertainment. Before you go, check out our list of 26 free things to do in New Orleans…including the French Quarter.
The colorful, diverse city that is Maryland’s largest city and economic hub is known for its beautiful Inner Harbor, quirky neighborhoods, unique museums and rich history. Founded in 1729, Baltimore originally was a major seafaring and trading community. Today the waterfront surrounded by shops, restaurants and attractions. The skyline is peppered with churches and monuments that earned it the nickname of “Monument City.” The city’s down-to-earth, small-town spirit and hospitality make visitors feel right at home.