- 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.
Calf Pasture Beach is an historically significant park and beach that offers amenities including picnic areas, pavilions and playgrounds. They provide concessions and also feature a high boardwalk where patrons can fish.
Recorded as an historic site with the National Register of Historic Places, Norwalk City Hall offers remarkable architecture and a rich education in local affairs. This building once served as the administrative offices for the city and later a museum.
The Litchfield County Paddler is a stand up paddle board school that offers lessons on the waters of Connecticut's Northwest Corner. The company has private lessons, semi-private classes, and advanced programs.
Within close proximity of several restaurants, Garden Cinemas offers a variety of movies for family entertainment and is ideal for a date night. Affiliated with Garden Homes Cinemas, this theater further provides comfortable seating and concessions.
The Long Ridge Library has been serving patrons since 1916. The library collections include both new works and historical local biographies, books and materials donated by prominent local authors and artists. Frequent events include children's storytime and holiday parties.
Skater City is an indoor amusement facility that features a variety of entertainments. Attractions include roller skating, toxic laser tag, miniature golf, and an extensive video game arcade. The facility hosts birthday parties and special events.
Located in Norwalk, Connecticut, the Stepping Stones Museum for Children is intended for children younger than age 10. The museum helps kids learn about history, science, languages and other fascinating topics.
Visitors can learn about the history of the Enfield community at the Enfield Historical Society Inc. The society operates the Old Town Hall Museum, the Wallop School Museum, and the Martha A. Parsons House Museum.