- 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.
Cousins Paintball hosts both paintball and airsoft games on its indoor and outdoor ranges and competition areas. The facility hosts birthday parties and private events, and sells a wide range of equipment.
4% 27 votes
750 W Sunrise Highway, Valley Stream, NY 11581 MoreLess Info
Over ten individual auditoriums are available within the Sunrise Multiplex Cinemas. Offering first-run Hollywood films, the movie theater features select showing in 3D when it is available along with a full concession stand.
The VIP Beach & Tennis Club is a country club that offers amenities including a beach bar, outdoor buffets, a poolside barbeque, and a cafe. Sporting activities that are supported by the club include tennis, basketball, and shuffleboard.
100% 4 votes
Brewer's Yacht Yard, 128 Shore Road, Glen Cove, NY 11542 MoreLess Info
With direct access to Glen Cove Creek and Mosquito Cove, Shore Thing Rentals offers visitors rentals to take out on the water like stand up paddle boards, kayaks, and more. In addition to rentals, visitors can also purchase bait.
67% 18 votes
348 Tuckahoe Rd, Yonkers, NY MoreLess Info
The Edward J. Murray Memorial Skating Center is an indoor roller and ice skating rink. The skating center offers skating lessons and hosts a variety of events including ice hockey, roller hockey, speed skating, and roller derby.
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.
Dazzling the garden-loving public since 1912, Untermyer Gardens, consist of 43-acres of Persian-style gardens overlooking the Hudson River. Visitors can stroll the manicured pathways to view the fountains, sculptures, and flowing streams.