What is second best to free things to do during your Overland Park trip? Cheap. Look no further if you want to see some of the top cheap things to do in Overland Park, while still making memories with the crew. Whether you are planning your yearly vacation or weekend road-trip, these tricks to saving a few dollars are sure to come in handy.
Scheels Ferris Wheel
There is something that is invigorating and exciting about riding a Ferris wheel. For a number of reasons Ferris wheel rides are always memorable, which is great, because vacations are all about making memories. Even better, riding the Ferris wheel at Scheels is just $1. Pssst, check out our coupon for a free ride.
You must eat while on vacation, and there is no reason to be skipping dessert. On the 3rd Friday of each month, Upper Crust offers a pie flight special that may even be deserving to plan your OP trip around. It features 3 slices of pie for just $9. Just a bit of fair warning, you may want to make sure you have room in your suitcase for a few extra slices to take home with you.
Day Old Pastries
McLain’s Market is known for their great pastries. The only thing better than their great pastries is being able to buy a bag of them for $5. This is the perfect way to start off your day of fun in Overland Park. These are limited quantities and first come first served. (Let’s keep this little tip on the down-low)
Catch a Flick at the Glenwood Arts Theater
Take a step back in time and enjoy seeing a movie at this vintage movie theater. At the Glenwood Arts Theater you will be catching some of the best independent films currently being shown. Not only are tickets under $7 for a matinee here, but concession prices will also make you think you stepped back in time as well.
Flight of Beer at Brew Lab
Get a taste of the local beer scene in KC|OP without buying a case of each beer you want to try. Be sure to order the flight at Brew Lab which will let you experience six brews of your choice. These pours are liberal, so you get your money’s worth here.
Bottle Feed a Goat
This one is for all the kids out there, and good news, it isn’t going to break their piggy bank. For just $1, you can bottle feed a baby goat at Deanna Rose. There is a $3 admission fee to get in, but show up after 2 p.m. Monday – Thursday and admission is free.
Still want some other ideas? Check out our list of 100% free things to do in Overland Park.