- The list below includes 627 free or cheap things to do in or near Hoboken, New Jersey, including 118 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Dog Park, Playgrounds and Movie Theaters.
- From Pier C Park to Frank Sinatra Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hoboken and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Queens and Brooklyn.
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338 Lighthouse Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10306 MoreLess Info
Established in 1945, the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art has a collection of more than 1,000 items pertaining to the Tibetan culture, including in here sculptures, ritual objects, musical instruments, and scroll paintings.
Covering 1,146 acres, the Van Cortlandt Park has amenities for the entire family to enjoy: barbeque areas, playgrounds, sport courts and fields, as well as 6.75 miles of trails. It is popular among birdwatchers, with approximately 54 bird species to be spotted in here.
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560 Northfield Avenue, West Orange, NJ 07052 MoreLess Info
Popular during the warmer months of the year, Essex County Parks Safari Mini Golf is an African-safari-themed mini-golf course featuring a unique 19-hole course. In addition to public mini-golf, visitors also commonly enjoy hosting birthday parties at the course.
With 50,000 square feet dedicated to soccer, Soccer Palace offers visitors a variety of indoor and outdoor soccer fields. The indoor fields have artificial turf and host open play sessions every day of the week.
Covering 2,772 acres, the Pelham Bay Park is the largest public park in the state. It has forests, meadows, and other types of habitats, making it ideal for hiking and wildlife watching. Among the amenities can be remembered the playgrounds, the sport fields and courts, and the picnic areas.
Overlooking the Hudson River, the 5,000-square-foot Derfner Judaica Museum contains more than 1,400 artifacts and images related to Jewish history and modern Jewish culture. Visitors can take gallery tours and participate in holiday programs and family workshops.
A living history museum, the Historic Richmond Town covers 100 acres, in which the oldest exhibit is a 1695 house. Demonstrations, historic trades and crafts, and other live events are organized in here.
Raymond O'Connor Park is a city park featuring the fenced Kennedy Playground area, ball fields, and a picnic area. The park also has open air sprinkler/showers for local residents and children seeking to cool off during the summer.