- 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.
Ideal for families, Nevers Park features a large playground with equipment for all ages. Along with a play area for kids, the park is also equipped with a dog walk and athletics field for baseball and soccer competitions.
A Revolutionary War historical site, Patriots Park was the location where Patriot militiamen apprehended British Army Officer Major John Andre. The park features of a monument to the event as well as walking trails, picnic areas and basketball courts.
Situated on 852 acres, Robinson State Park offers a variety of recreational opportunities for its visitors. Hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, fishing, trail running and swimming are all featured activities. Beavers, bears, and fisher cats are some of the park's residents.
Visitors can learn about the history of the Enfield community at the Enfield Historical Society Inc. The society operates the Old Town Hall Museum, the Wallop School Museum, and the Martha A. Parsons House Museum.
Posh Greenwich Avenue offers Connecticut's finest shopping experience. The Avenue and surrounding streets are packed with designer clothing boutiques, antique shops, fine jewelry stores, art galleries, spas and world-class restaurants.
The history of the area, including the Thimble Islands is offered by the Stony Creek Museum. The museum presents various events throughout the year and includes the area history in the form of pictures, objects, manuscripts, artifacts and memorabilia.
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230 Pine Street, Manchester, CT 6040 MoreLess Info
Connecticut Firemen's Historical Society is housed in a retired 1901 fire station that showcases a working Gamewell Fire Alarm System as well as examples of early American craftsmanship related to firefighting such as glassware, lighting, leather making, photography and textiles.
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1-29 Hamilton Place, Tarrytown, NY 10591 MoreLess Info
Tarrytown World War Monument is a memorial honoring the World War One veterans of Tarrytown. Although Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow is best known for tales of a Headless Horseman, the monument provides some history about those who sacrificed themselves during the war.