- The list below includes 650 free or cheap things to do in or near Boston, Massachusetts, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Neighborhoods, Shopping Districts, Music Venue and Art Museum.
- From Boston Public Garden to North End, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Boston and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lowell, Cambridge, Salem and Beverly.
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Province Lands Road and Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA MoreLess Info
Enjoy views of the Provincetown shore while getting some exercise with a walk along Provincetown Causeway. This roughly one-mile stretch begins near a park that commemorates the Pilgrim's first landing, and trekkers are better able to see lighthouses not reachable by car.
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237 Commercial St, 2nd Fl, Provincetown, MA 02657 MoreLess Info
Waters Edge Cinema is a multi-screen theatre that shows first run movies. Amenities include state of the art HD Digital video and sound; a 2nd multipurpose screening room to offer first run animation, documentary, foreign language and short films.
Located along the water, Warwick City Park can be used for swimming, baseball, basketball, hiking, biking and bird watching. The park provides beach access, a children's playground, three miles of paved trails, a dog park and picnic areas.
The Provincetown Library is a public library which houses an extensive collection of books and resources for education and research. The central attraction of the library is the scale replica of a sailing ship on the second floor.
Rhode Island's Warwick Neck Lighthouse is the focal point of coastal Warwick. Its first iteration was a scaffold-and-lantern system erected during the Revolutionary War. This lighthouse remains in operation to this day.
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61 Wamsutta St, New Bedford, MA MoreLess Info
The New Bedford Museum of Glass celebrates the beauty and history of glass within this seaport town. The collection continues to grow and includes art glass made by the famous Mount Washington and Pairpont factories.
Cape Cod Canal Visitors Center is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and houses a range of interactive exhibits which include a retired patrol boat and a DVD presentation about the Canal's local history and culture.