- The list below includes 52 free or cheap things to do in or near Bloomfield, Ontario, including 45 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Art Studio, Specialty Shops and Visitor Centers.
- From MacAusland Woolen Mills to Naked Dove Brewing Company, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bloomfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rochester, Canandaigua, Naples and Geneva.
Serving the community since 1905, the Rochester Public Market is held 52 weeks a year on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Fresh produce, specialty items, and ethic delicacies are available at the numerous vendors.
As a concert venue, Water Street Music Hall offers visitors two stages to watch live rock, folk, blues, and country music from. The headlining acts usually play the main stage, with the side stage featuring local acts.
Three different waterfalls are contained within the City of Rochester's Letchworth State Park with the tallest being the Genesee River's High Falls. It is 97 feet high and can be viewed from a general park area near the falls.
A popular family attraction is Geneva's Seneca Lake State Park. Nestled alongside one of the five Finger Lakes, the park offers a water play area, picnic pavilions, biking, beachside fishing, ice fishing and boat launching.
Spanning 977 acres on the shores of Lake Ontario, Durand Eastman Park features extensive woodlands with lakes, slopes, and valleys. The park offers opportunities for fishing, golfing, kayaking, and cross country skiing.
A geothermal fueled craft brewery located in Penn Yann, New York, the Abandon Brewing Company is a renovated farmhouse brewery that overlooks Keuka Lake. Belgian Golden Ale is one of the popular ales in the Abandon line-up.