- 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.
An exercise gym and tumbling studio, Together in Motion offers events for toddlers, teens, and adults. The facility hosts kids' play sessions, dances for teenagers, and even an adult dodge ball league. It also welcomes drop-in visitors.
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422 Summer Street, Arlington, MA 02474 MoreLess Info
The Veterans' Memorial Skating Rink is an indoor ice facility that is open to the public during the months of August through April. The facility has a complete snack bar service and vending machines.
Operated by the Arlington Historical Society, the Jason Russell House-Smith Museum are historical sites dating back to the late-18th century. The sites are filled with furnishings, artifacts, and exhibits that display the history of the local area.
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Alewife Brook Pkwy at Hight Street, Somerville, MA 02144 MoreLess Info
A public swimming facility, the Dilboy Memorial Swimming & Wading Pool features both a large swimming pool suitable for kids and adults as well as a smaller kiddie pool. Guests to the pool can bring their own beach chairs.
Located along the Mystic River, the Medford Condon Shell acts as a showcase for many local performers and musicians. The outdoor theater even has connections to the regional trail system and a canoe launch on the river.
An open field surrounded by trees, Victory Park is located on 12 acres and features swings, a rope climbing area and a traditional play structure. The field can be used for soccer and the park provides tennis and basketball courts.
Formed by retreating glaciers, Fresh Pond Reservation refers to the kettle-hole lake and its surrounding area. A two mile perimeter road hosts biking, hiking and roller blading, and birders find many opportunities to spot local, migratory and songbirds.