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Free Things to do in US

Are you planning to visit the US? Try these fun and free things to do.

Visit a Botanical Garden

Give your kids an engaging and hands-on learning experience through nature with insects, plants, birds and sensory activities. Many botanical gardens across the nation offer free admission for children under a certain age and have monthly or weekly”Free Days.”

Children will love playing explorer and learning more about the ecosystems around them. Based on where you live, you might have a lot of nature centres in your backyard. Many provide free entry or cheap rates to the general public. And, of course, in most cases, kids under a certain age are free.

Cool Off in a Splash Park

Most cities have additional splash pads for their park offerings — and kids are on Cloud Nine. Keep a bathing suit in the car, so you’re always prepared for this easy opt-out process.

Roam Through a Zoo

Young and older, a visit to the zoo is always fun. There are a small number of free zoos all across the U.S. worth visiting. Rather than admission, many of these zoos suggest a donation for conservation efforts.

Learn Something New in a Museum (or Two! ) )

In one of their very own bits, “Top 10 Free U.S. Museums,” writer Jennifer Plum Auvil lists out that the must-visit museums from coast to coast. Number 1 on the list? The 17 world-class Smithsonian Museums that encircle the greater National Capital area, from the new and stunning National Museum of African American History and Culture to the favourite National Museum of Natural History, you can return as many times as you want without spending a fortune.

Step Inside a Factory

Did you realise there are over 550 factory tours across the nation? To discover an enjoyable and free factory tour near you, check out this website that lists excursions state-by-state and categorically, too.

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