- The list below includes 665 free or cheap things to do in or near Chelsea, Massachusetts, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, Parks, Paintball and Sports Teams (Amateur).
- From Mary O' Malley Waterfront Park to Vietnam Veterans Pool, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Chelsea and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Salem.
Views of the Tobin Bridge and the Boston skyline are offered at the Mary O' Malley Waterfront Park which is bordered by both the Island End River and Mystic River. Paths for walking and jogging, tennis courts, and playground equipment are available.
Visitors can cool off during Chelsea's warm summer months by taking a dip in the Vietnam Veterans Pool. The community pool features showers, restrooms and changing areas, on site lifeguards and complimentary parking.
Boston Paintball Supply is a proshop that not only offers paintball supplies and equipment but they also take trade in' and offer certified gun repair on most models and provide hydro-testing service on expired tanks.
Personalized helicopter rides are offered through Now City Tours - Private Tours for sight-seeing via air. Three people may travel at a time and tours range from romantic occasions to business agendas for aerial shopping real estate.
Sonny Myers Park features a large playground area for children, as well as plenty of outdoor space for adults to enjoy. It's a quiet little park that is perfect for spending some time outside while walking or sitting and relaxing.
Craft beer Night Shift Brewing is a small-batch brewery house. Patrons can bring their own food and partake in sampling seasonal, year-round or specialty beers that are hand-bottled and poured on draft in small pours, flights or large pour servings.
Fishing Finatics is the bait and tackle store operated by Pete Santini, the designer of a proprietary lure sold only here. In addition to offering tackle advice to anglers of all abilities, they also book regular charters as well.