- The list below includes 162 free or cheap things to do in or near Cutchogue, New York, including 106 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Beaches, Parks and History Museums.
- From Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery to Hallockville Museum Farm, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cutchogue and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Southampton, Bridgehampton, Riverhead and East Hampton.
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25425 Main Road, (corner Alvah's Lane), Cutchogue, NY 11935 MoreLess Info
Featuring the work of a local photographer, Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery showcases aerial, botanical, and still life photography. The gallery regularly hosts events where visitors can hear him speak on topics ranging from photography to business strategy.
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2595 Noyack Road, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 MoreLess Info
Spanning 187 acres, the Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge encompasses a variety of diverse habitats, including forest, beach, lagoon, fields, and salt marsh. Visitors can see a vast array of wildlife, including birds, painted turtles, and white tailed deer.
Located on the grounds of the Drossos Motel, the Drossos Miniature Golf Course is also known as the Tick Tock Miniature Golf Course. In addition to an 18-hole family-friendly course, there is a game room and snack bar with ice cream.
The Artists & Writers Softball Game is an annual celebrity softball game that features performers such as Alec Baldwin, Lori Singer, and Josh Charles. The proceeds from the game go to charitable organizations.
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1001 Noyack-Long Beach Road, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 MoreLess Info
Located on a narrow strip of land between Sag Harbor and Noyack Bay, Foster Memorial Long Beach offers visitors shallow waters to swim in. The beach itself can be rocky, but there are opportunities for shelling.
The Southampton Ice Rink is a 100'x50' seasonal outdoor ice-rink that offers public skating times, hockey league play, lessons, and USFA figure skating programs. Warm up by the fire pit, or enjoy a snack or drink from the concessions stand.
The Fireboat Firefighter Museum documents the history of fireboats and firefighting in New York City. The museum is located in a real working fireboat that operated for over 70 years in New York's harbor before being retired.