- The list below includes 269 free or cheap things to do in or near Clinton, Connecticut, including 114 different types of inexpensive activities like Marinas, Hiking Trails, Children's Play Area and Art Gallery.
- From Peter's Memorial Woods to Indian River Marina, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Clinton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New Haven, Hamden, New London and Middletown.
Featuring a collection of artwork with American landscapes and themes, The Cooley Gallery regularly rotates different paintings in its three exhibitions. In addition to paintings, the gallery features jewelry, photography, sculpture, and pottery.
Affiliated with the MusicNow Foundation, Nightingale's Acoustic Cafe hosts a variety of live music, primarily of the folk, Americana, and independent rock genres. The cafe offers a full menu of food and drink, and hosts music programs.
Old Lyme, Connecticut is home to the Florence Griswold Museum, an institution that preserves artwork and promotes artistic and historical education. The museum's largest and most important collections emphasize American art.
The Lyme Historical Society's mission is to preserve, celebrate, and disseminate the history and culture of the Old Lyme area. In the interest of this mission, the society purchases and restores old buildings, sponsors programs, and maintains archives.
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53 E. Industrial Dr, Branford, CT 6405 MoreLess Info
Founded in 2010, the Thimble Islands Brewing Company has become a local favorite for quality beers. The brewery offers a wide selection of standard brews, as well as a select few specialty and seasonal labels available only through the brewery.
The history of the area, including the Thimble Islands is offered by the Stony Creek Museum. The museum presents various events throughout the year and includes the area history in the form of pictures, objects, manuscripts, artifacts and memorabilia.
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Junction of Rte. 82 and Petticoat La., East Haddam, CT MoreLess Info
The Allegra Farm and the Horse drawn Carriage and Sleigh Museum of New England offers a magically whimsical view of the city and its history. The museum gives visitors a glimpse into the Victorian Age and horse drawn carriages are available for hire.