- The list below includes 130 free or cheap things to do in or near Fitchburg, Massachusetts, including 109 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Parks, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Coggshall Park to Fitchburg Public Library, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fitchburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashua, Marlborough, Worcester and Concord.
One an elegant estate, Doyle Community Park features picturesque grounds and trails that wind through gardens, woodlands and meadows. The colorful foliage adds charm to the park that has over three miles of walking and hiking trails.
More than the average bowling alley, Mason Bowling Center in Leominster, Massachusetts is a must go for families. With miniature golf, arcade games, and billiards to accompany their exquisite lanes, along with ice cream, candy, and snacks is the center for fun.
Willard Brook State Forest's Trap Falls is a year-round hiking trail and picnic area. The falls area is a three-plunge, side-by-side water fall that allows for guests to recreationally barbecue by fire-pit as desired.
A not for profit organization, Leominster Art Center & Gallery focuses on fostering, supporting, and promoting local artists. The center maintains a gallery open to the public, and offers lessons in various kinds of art.
Doyle Field is a large recreational park offering various outdoor sports and activities. It includes a playground for kids, a football/soccer field complete with bleachers, a lighted baseball field, multiple tennis courts and two running tracks.
Blending a coffee shop and a playground, The Great Escape is a cafe and play area offering a number of entertaining amenities to its guests. Parents commonly visit the coffee shop while their kids play on the indoor playground.
Watch that new movie everyone has been dying to see at Entertainment Cinema in Leominster, Massachusetts. Playing current movies at old time prices, this theater lets visitors sit back, in their reclining chairs of course, and relax.
Located on 63 acres of land, the Lincoln Woods Wildlife Sanctuary is a location that allows guests to enjoy themselves in a scenic, natural environment. Visitors commonly enjoy walking through the sanctuary's trail system while enjoying the surrounding wildlife.
Resting on the summit of Pack Monadnock, Miller State Park is the New Hampshire's oldest state park, and offers a non-hiking alternative to viewing the summit, with road access and a picnic area. Three major hiking trails also ascend the mountain.