- 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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53 East Hanover Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960 MoreLess Info
The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is a free 127-acre garden that includes the Barkman Vegetable Garden, the Watnong Rock Garden, the Vera Scherer Special Needs Garden, and the Branching Out Garden. Among things that visitors see at the arboretum are fountains, gazebos, woodlands, open fields, and groves of flowering …
Located along Marshalls Creek, Adventure Sports offers single day and overnight trips on the Delaware River along with canoe, kayak and raft rentals. The trips provide opportunities for boating, hiking, fishing, swimming, sports and other recreational activities.
A movie theater multiplex with five auditoriums, the Bow Tie Beacon Hill Cinema 5 shows primarily Hollywood new releases in full digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, and a variety of concession specials.
208 Vine Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037 MoreLess Info
The only year round professional Equity theater in the southern part of New Jersey is the Eagle Theatre. Founded originally in 1914, the venue now hosts popular plays and musicals, including special performances for children.
Gear-Up Paintball features seven paintball fields that can be used for team elimination, capture the flag, king of the hill, and center flag games. The location hosts bachelor parties, birthday parties, and company team building events.
Affiliated with Stockton College, The Noyes Gallery at Hammonton is a showcase and market for the works of local and regional artists, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, jewelry, apparel, and other forms.
Most of the exhibits featured at the Sephardic Heritage Museum revolve around an extensive photographic portfolio. The heritage of the Syrian Jewish community is memorialized in over 30,000 pictures within the museum.
People can take a tour of the 1861 Samuel Sloan designed home of railroad magnate and Lehigh University founder Asa Packer. At the Asa Packer Mansion, people can see the only working model of an 1905 Model D Grand Welte Cottage Orchestration known to exist in the United States.