- The list below includes 209 free or cheap things to do in or near Hollis, New Hampshire, including 107 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, National & State Parks, Scenic Walks and Parks.
- From Lull Farm to Beaver Brook Reservation, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hollis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lowell, Manchester, Concord and Nashua.
World's End is a peninsular park and conservation area bordering the Weir River and is home to a number of nature trails, rocky shorelines, tree groves and more. Visitors can also enjoy beautiful views of the Boston skyline from certain locations.
Celebrating the history of firefighting, the Bare Cove Fire Museum is an interesting and educational place for youth and adults alike. The museum features antique fire vehicles, historical machines and documented stories of firefighting in the area.
Good Harbor Beach is a half mile stretch of raked sand that opens to the Atlantic ocean with many dunes and marshes surrounding it. Visitors can enjoy surfing and floating here when the tide is high and at low tide, they can walk up to the Salt island.
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211 Wild Rose Lane, New Castle, NH 03854 MoreLess Info
Named after General John Stark, the Fort Stark State Historic Site is a fort originally built to protect Portsmouth Harbor. Available activities include a tour of the visitor center, informational trails, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and bird watching.
Country Club Lanes, also known as The Alley At South Shore Country Club, is a premier bowling facility adjacent to the country club. The bowling alley features ten lanes of candlepin bowling and offers quality family fun.
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2 Canton Street, Stoughton, MA 2072 MoreLess Info
A fine art gallery that offers decor for private homes and businesses, the Henson Jackson Art Gallery & Framery offers a variety of art-related services. The gallery maintains a large collection of paintings, photographs, and sculptures for sale.
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807 Washington Street, Stoughton, MA 2072 MoreLess Info
Featuring regularly rotating exhibits, South Shore Performing Arts Center has performing arts classes and an art gallery for visitors to enjoy. Visitors can enroll in classes like Japanese bookbinding, digital photography, and watercolor painting.
Renamed and repaired in 1791, Fort Constitution was used during the war of 1812, and to train military units during the Civil War. The Fort Constitution Historic Site now provides a glimpse of that past through walking trails, the fort, and a lighthouse on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.