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Not much money to travel? No problem for your Midwest weekend getaway. See our ideas for budget getaways throughout the Midwest. We'll steer you to free attractions, places with discounted admission, inexpensive restaurants and more.

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Ride a cable car to tri-state views, visit the country's largest all-volunteer arboretum, hike among limestone bluffs and more for free or low cost in Dubuque.
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Save money—and avoid crowds—by seeking out smaller resorts and throwback attractions in the Wisconsin Dells, as well as by enjoying the natural beauty that made the area a tourism mecca in the first...
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Chicago may be the Midwest’s largest city, but enjoying it doesn’t have cost big bucks. Here are our top picks for saving time and money, including free museums, guided tours and outdoor activities.
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Enjoy reasonably-priced finds in Cincinnati, including the Findlay Market, the Cincinnati Art Museum, Krohn Conservatory, and more!
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Whether you’re a fan of the Twin Cities’ glittering blue lakes and lush parks or its many artsy offerings, there is plenty to do for free or for only a parking fee. Even better: Exploring without a...
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Every Midwestern city has its gems, but St. Louis takes the crown when it comes to free things to do. Here are some of the best deals (but do factor in parking fees) in St. Louis:
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Low on budget doesn't have to mean low on fun. Here are nine ways to enjoy Detroit without breaking the bank.
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Buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the National Mustard Museum and the Chazen Museum of Art are just a few of the free things in Wisconsin.
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Art museums, state parks and the state capitol are just a few free things to do in Ohio.
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The Corn Palace, South Dakota Air and Space Museum and Redlin Art Center are just a few of the free attractions in South Dakota.

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