- 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.
Sports Underdome is an indoor sports facility featuring 3 fields (one full-sized), lacrosse and soccer leagues, golf lessons and a concession stand. Fields available by reservation only. Birthday parties include field time, pizza, and cake.
Hooperstown is an over 20,000 sq ft indoor basketball facility that includes a multi-purpose training area, two regulation-sized courts, electronic scoreboards and ample seating. They also have a courtside cafe with vending machines and satellite TV.
Named after Admiral David Porter of the Civil War, Admiral Park is a historic public park that offers a number of facilities for public recreational use. Handball and basketball courts, playgrounds, and a spray shower are among the facilities available.
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Cross Country Multiplex Cinemas offers 14 theaters that screen first-run movies with digital video and sound. The cinema features a variety of concessions, including popcorn and candy, and also has facilities for conferences and parties.
A city landmark, the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum was built between 1836 and 1842, with its gardens constructed between 1914 and 1917. The original furnishes and other antiques can be now observed in the museum. It can host private events, such as weddings.
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.
The central portion of Briant Park is home to a substantial pond that holds many ducks and geese. Guests can also access a paved walking path that is roughly one mile in length, an open grassy area, and picnic tables with adjoining grills.
Initially focusing on 19th and 20th century American art and the over-arching Hudson Valley Region, the Hudson River Museum, has grown in both size and focus over the past 86+ years. In addition to the art collections, the museum features a planetarium, outdoor amphitheater, and more.