Budget-Friendly Attractions in Norman, OK

Travel on A Budget

Most people insist that the reason they don’t take tours is because of the huge costs involved. While there could be some justification to this owed to the flight and accommodation expenses, the reality is that it is very easy to travel while still maintaining the constraints of a budget. For example, in Norman, there are a few joints that charge very little or nothing for entry, and you can still have fun and a good time. Here are some of those places. Norman, OK  can be seen here.

Moore-Lindsay Historic House Museum

Being the home of William Moore and Harry Lindsay, two of the most prominent early residents of Norman, William Moore, and Harry Lindsay was built back in 1899 with a unique Queen Anne Victorian style. The museum doesn’t charge entry fees, so you can go and have fun as well as learn a lot about Norman’s history without having to worry about admission fees. Click here to read about Best Places to Go Bowling in Norman, OK.

Firehouse Art Center

Widely considered a hidden gem, the Firehouse Art Center is located right on S Flood Ave. they have a few exhibits for viewing as well as a gift shop that sells various pieces at very pocket-friendly prices. You can also sign up for art classes and workshops if you fancy.

If you are touring Norman on a budget, these two places are well worth checking out.