- 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.
Warwick, Rhode Island is home to Conimicut Point Park, a popular entrance to the Narranganset Bay. There are two boat launch points; park officials recommend launching from whatever point is most sheltered from the wind.
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1000 New London Ave., Cranston, RI MoreLess Info
For a memorable day of family fun, visit the award-winning Mulligan's Island Golf & Entertainment. Featuring 2 mini-golf courses, a par-3 course, batting cages, driving range, and available lessons, visit today.
Factory Of Terror is a haunted house open only during Halloween season that features three different themed haunts combined into one attraction. There are about 30 rooms and the experience takes less than 1/2 hour.
Nestled in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Lizzie Borden House is a purportedly haunted inn and museum that was once the home of famed ax murderer Lizzie Borden. The facility maintains 'ghost cams' in all of its rooms and is a favorite destination for paranormal investigators.
A family entertainment center, Lazer Gate features a multi-level arena used for laser tag and laser maze games. The facility also offers 18 holes of black light miniature golf, arcade games, bounce houses and bumper cars.
Across from the Taunton River, Kennedy Park features sports facilities for baseball, tennis and basketball along with a swimming pool and a skating pond. The park provides open grassy fields, a children's playground, walking paths and picnic areas.
78% 134 votes
1 Redhook Way, Portsmouth, NH 03801 MoreLess Info
The Redhook Portsmouth Brewery and Cataqua Public House, built in 1996, offer regional beers, along with tours to show how the beers are made. The site often hosts special events and it is the only place in Portsmouth to get German style rye beer, because they grow the ingredients.
70% 23 votes
211 Wild Rose Lane, New Castle, NH 03854 MoreLess Info
Named after General John Stark, the Fort Stark State Historic Site is a fort originally built to protect Portsmouth Harbor. Available activities include a tour of the visitor center, informational trails, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and bird watching.
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10 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH 3801 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to telling the stories of African American history in New Hampshire, the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail offers 24 points of interest in the commmunity of Portsmouth. Educational programs and talks are also offered throughout the year.
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1 Red Hook Way, Pease International Tradeport, Portsmouth, NH 3801 MoreLess Info
Red Hook is known as one of the first craft breweries on the market and has a large assortment of beers including seasonal varieties. It is available in draught or bottles and is distributed nation-wide.