- The list below includes 654 free or cheap things to do in or near Burlington, Massachusetts, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters, Parks and Recreation Centers.
- From Mary Cummings Park to Kings Bowling, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Burlington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Salem.
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Climb into a Boeing 737NG flight simulator to soar through the skies and land at real-life airports
The 200-acre Mary Cumming Park, located just north of Boston, offers meadows, forests, wetlands and a network of trails for public enjoyment. Visitors can partake in day hikes, backpacking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, picnicking and geocaching.
Enjoy a variety of entertaiment options at Kings Bowling, including ten-pin bowling, ping pong, billards and more. Get a bite to eat at the full-service restaurant or cocktails at one of two bars. Private space can be booked for parties.
An indoor ice rink that hosts a variety of ice-related activities, the Burlington Ice Palace hosts hockey tournaments and leagues. Open skating is also available, as are lessons in figure skating and other kinds of skating.
A movie theater offering first-run feature films, AMC Burlington Cinema 10 has ten auditoriums with digital projection and stadium seating. The theater provides reclining chairs, theater rentals, reserved seating and a concession area with food and drinks.
Built in 1976, the Woburn Racquet Club is a family owned recreational club that offers competitive tennis leagues, a lounge, an observation room, and 10 indoor tennis courts. The facility also sells racquets and stringing services.
Showcase Cinemas Woburn is a movie theater that is equipped with fully reclining luxury seats, premium reserved seating, and a full bar that makes signature cocktails. The cinema also offers dining experiences.
The Woburn Public Library provides books, magazines, movies, television programs, and other media to its library visitors. Programs at the library include electronics workshops, arts and crafts lessons, creative writing, songs, and stories.