- The list below includes 27 free or cheap things to do in or near Belleville, Ontario, including 30 different types of inexpensive activities like Caverns & Caves, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Farmers Markets.
- From Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves to Zwick Centennial Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Belleville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Campbellford, Deseronto, Brighton and Bloomfield.
94% 167 votes
1441 Coverdale Drive, Kingston, Ontario MoreLess Info
Open from 7:30am to sunset, the Lemoine Point Conservation Area is a 136 hectare location full of forest, field, and marsh. Guests of the location can go cycling, swimming, picnicking, hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing.
Open May - October, the Sifton-Cook Heritage Centre changes out exhibit themes and displays each season. Families learn about the history of Cobourg in the Cottage and the Exhibit Hall which has included transportation and military as well as upcoming industry, sports and government exhibits.
100% 16 votes
464 Burnham Manor Court, Cobourg, Ontario MoreLess Info
Marcela Rosemberg Glass Studio is owned by the award winning artist, Marcela Rosemberg. Guests enjoy personal workshops to learn the craft of fused glass arts including design, cut, composition as well as all tools and materials.
91% 156 votes
35 Centre St, Kingston, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Bellevue House National Historic Site offers guests guided tour opportunities during the months of July and August, featuring employees in historic costumes. The visitor center features a gift shop and guests will be able to access interpretive text panels at both the historic house and the restored grounds…
Founded in 1841, Queen's University is a public research university that is the home of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. The location's athletic program features varsity soccer, field hockey, cycling, rugby, basketball, football and hockey teams.
90% 439 votes
200 Ontario Street | Prince George Hotel, Kingston, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Haunted Walk of Kingston offers guests the opportunity to go on a tour of the area and hear a variety of local ghost stories. The tour guides wear black cloaks and carry a lantern to enhance the experience.
91% 519 votes
555 King Street West, Kingston, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Correctional Service of Canada Museum captures the history of Canada's Federal penitentiary system. The location features a variety of artifacts and archival research items dating back to 1831, including inmate and staff records.