- The list below includes 194 free or cheap things to do in or near Camden, New Jersey, including 105 different types of inexpensive activities like Aquariums, Music Venue, Arts Centers and Military Museums.
- From Walt Whitman's Tomb to Wiggins Park Marina, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Camden and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Cherry Hill, Media and Norristown.
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University of Delaware, 255 Academy Street, Newark, DE 19716 MoreLess Info
Situated in the campus of the University of Delaware, Mineralogical Museum provides displays filled with geological artifacts, such as copper and silver. In addition to metals, the museum displays crystals and gems behind glass cases.
Located within Six Flags Great Adventure, the Northern Star Arena is a concert venue that hosts numerous performers throughout the year. Notable past performances include The Ramones, Alice Cooper, and The Beach Boys.
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1542 Mountain View Drive, Quakertown, PA 18951 MoreLess Info
Surrounding the 1,450 acre Lake Nockamixon is the Nockamixon State Park. With a name coming from the Indian for 'at the place of soft soil,' the park has several marked locations of American Indian activity and heritage.
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10 South Main Street, Quakertown, PA 18951 MoreLess Info
Opened in 2013, Parlor Concerts at McCoole's hosts intimate musical performances in the 184 seat performance theater. Musicians such as John Hammond and Loudon Wainwright are among those who have performed here in the past.
Princeton Tour Company offers many tours to share local folklore about the Princeton community, including its famous citizens like Albert Einstein, T.S. Elion, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Robert Oppenheimer, and many U.S. Presidents. The company also offers step-on guides for bus tours.
The 4 mile-long trails, the playgrounds, the picnic areas, the different sports courses, all of these and others make White Clay Creek State Park worth the while. Fishing enthusiasts can also find 2 ponds inside the park.
Since 1882, the Princeton University Art Museum has been collecting works of art from throughout the world. That collection now includes over 72,000 works including Greek and Roman antiquities, Medieval and Western European sculptures and paintings, Renaissance art, and Chinese calligraphy.