- The list below includes 215 free or cheap things to do in or near Doylestown, Pennsylvania, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Playgrounds, Movie Theaters and Art Museum.
- From Kids' Castle to Pearl S. Buck House, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Doylestown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Trenton, New Hope and Quakertown.
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30 Washington Place, Morristown, NJ 07960 MoreLess Info
John Russell Pope built the Morristown National Historical Park, Washington Headquarters and Museum in 1937. It has a domestic topics American Style Gallery, a Revolutionary War Military Life Gallery focus, and the Lloyd Smith Gallery containing a first-edition combination of Thomas Pane's Common Sense and The …
Barrow Beach, the land of the midnight sun where the sun never sets and is daylight 24 hours a day during July and the first part of August. It is the furthest point north that you can go to in the United States and lies on the Arctic Ocean.
Covering 7.5 acres, Historic Speedwell illustrates the restored 1800s estate of Stephen Vail. Exhibits cover the construction of the S.S. Savannah, 19th Century wedding practices, and the invention of the telegraph.
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20 Ellis Street, Staten Island, NY 10307 MoreLess Info
Pinot's Palette Staten Island offers a paint, drink experience. Patrons will create any number of festive, whimsical and beautiful paintings while sipping on their favorite wine or beer from Pinotâ€™s Paletteâ€™s bar and no art experience is required.
6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ MoreLess Info
The Morris Museum features ever-changing exhibitions, and permanent exhibits including instruments and automata; mammals, dinosaurs, trains, rocks, and American Indian exhibits. The museum also features several theaters where live performances are often given.
Penn's Peak is a popular venue for conferences, trade shows, dances, weddings, concerts and much more. In addition, it also features two bars, a restaurant and a stunning 50-mile panoramic view of northeastern Pennsylvania's Appalachian mountains
Constructed in 1973, the William G. Mennen Sports Arena is an ice skating facility that hosts public skating hours as well as a variety of classes, ranging from hockey to ballet techniques for figure skaters.
A full time club devoted exclusively to the sport of table tennis, the New Jersey Table Tennis Club is the largest of its kind in the tri-state area. The club features 8 tables, and hosts leagues and tournaments.