- The list below includes 285 free or cheap things to do in or near Glastonbury, Connecticut, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Horseback Riding, Art Gallery and Libraries.
- From Welles-Turner Memorial Library to Addison Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Glastonbury and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hartford, West Hartford, Middletown and South Windsor.
With hours each day of the week, the Welles-Turner Memorial Library is a resource for books, music, and movies for all ages. The library hosts special events and readings for specific audiences, book clubs, and Internet resources for public use.
Visitors to Addison Park can choose from a number of available recreational activities, including outdoor basketball courts, softball fields, soccer and lacrosse fields. Also offered are picnic areas and an outdoor swimming pool.
Spend some time outdoors at J.B. Williams Park. Facilities include a softball field, hiking trails and a playground. A pavilion, which includes a refrigerator, stove, sink and serving center, is available for rental.
A lighted baseball field, lacrosse and soccer fields are a few of the amenities available to guests of Riverfront Park. Take one of the walking trails to enjoy views of the Connecticut River. A dog park is also available.
Located on 37 acres of land, Hillside Stable is an equestrian center offering a number of services for horses and their owners. Services that the center offers include boarding, riding lessons, and horses for lease/sale.
An equestrian facility located on 30 acres of land, GMC Farm offers a variety of horse-related services. The facility cares for boarded horses, particularly older and retired ones, and offers riding lessons and guided trail rides.
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300 Hebron Ave Ste 112, Glastonbury, CT 6033 MoreLess Info
The Glastonbury Medical Arts Center is a medical office building featuring a number of offices for different kinds of doctors. The center is home to the Glastonbury Psychological Associates, P.C. offices.
247 S Main St, Manchester, CT 6040 MoreLess Info
Created to inspire the creative minds of youth, the Lutz Children's Museum offers special programs and exhibits geared towards younger children. The museums exhibits include a hands on farming experience, a 1940's main street, live animal habitat and more.
Home to sports fields and courts, Charter Oak Park can be used for baseball, softball, racquetball, tennis, basketball and soccer. The park also provides a playground, restroom facilities and a trail suitable for walking and biking.
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230 Pine Street, Manchester, CT 6040 MoreLess Info
Connecticut Firemen's Historical Society is housed in a retired 1901 fire station that showcases a working Gamewell Fire Alarm System as well as examples of early American craftsmanship related to firefighting such as glassware, lighting, leather making, photography and textiles.