- The list below includes 659 free or cheap things to do in or near Arlington, Massachusetts, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Children's Play Area, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Robbins Farm Park to Menotomy Rocks Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Arlington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Salem.
With recreation areas for many activities, Adams Point offers opportunities for hiking, biking, walking, and kayaking. Adams Point also allows visitors to see views of the saltwater marshes and tidewaters off of its peninsula.
Sturbridge's Hayloft Steppers is a square dance club that features a floating floor, a wooden surface supported by cushioning to make it easy on dancers' feet. The club also offers square dance lessons, and is available for rent for events.
Portsmouth Kayak Adventures is a rental authority offering a variety of rental options. Attractions include kayak rentals, stand up paddle board rentals, bike rentals, and kayak and stand up paddle board tours.
Affording a lovely view of the Isle of Shoals, the Wallis Sands State Beach is one of the most popular in New Hampshire. The beach has a clean, sandy shore and a soft bed in the shallow areas, making it popular with children and families.
Located in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Fall River Historical Society maintains a variety of historically significant and interesting buildings and public spaces. Its headquarters was formerly connected to the Underground Railroad.
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441 North Main St, Fall River, MA 2720 MoreLess Info
The Children's Museum of Greater Fall River encourages a desire for creativity and the learning process while strengthening family and social bonds. Interactive exhibits include the World of Water, Dino Dig and All About Colors.
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Tihonet Village, 146 Tihonet Road, Wareham, MA MoreLess Info
Nemasket Kayak Center offers guided kayaking tours of Marion Harbor, Nantucket Lightship, Agawam River, and Mill Pond. The experience is a peaceful yet fun and entertaining one that nature lovers will thoroughly enjoy.
A salt marsh with bordering upland field and wooded areas is preserved through the Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge. Visitors to the refuge can access hiking along trails through the area, photography opportunities, and bird watching.