- The list below includes 134 free or cheap things to do in or near Kent, Connecticut, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, History Museums, Sculpture Parks and Specialty Museums.
- From Macedonia Brook State Park to Kent Falls State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kent and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poughkeepsie, Hyde Park, Danbury and New Milford.
Owned by the town of Newington, the Kellogg-Eddy House & Museum is a historical museum that celebrates the heritage of the town. The museum preserves and displays the areas documents, photographs and artifacts.
Free Rein Farm is a small family owned farm offering horseback riding lessons year-round. The farm offers schooling packages, various camps, and customized board options. The trainer, Mia Ferraro, has both English and Western riding and competition experience.
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1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT MoreLess Info
Home to collections ranging from the 15th century today is the Saint Joseph College Art Museum. The museum features an array of paintings, sculptures and artifacts that educate on the culture and history of art throughout time.
Brunswick Colony Lanes provides a wide range of activities for the entire family. They offer bowling and bowling leagues for all ages and skill levels. Patrons can also play billiards or video games. Bruswick offers food and beverages.
Featuring a small pond, Wolcott Park can be used for fishing, baseball, tennis, soccer, walking, sledding and picnics. The park provides a castle-themed play structure, a splash pad, wooded and open areas, picnic tables, restroom facilities and paved trails.
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1151 E Center Street, Wallingford, CT 6492 MoreLess Info
Honoring those who served in war, the Wallingford Vietnam Veterans Monument stands about 11 feet tall. Located in a park like setting, it borders a soccer field where many youth clubs play and compete.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and built in 1672, the Nehemiah Royce House is an example of American colonial saltbox architecture. George Washington visited the house twice and slept there in 1775.