- The list below includes 163 free or cheap things to do in or near Lambertville, New Jersey, including 114 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Breweries, History Museums and Lookouts.
- From Goat Hill Overlook to River Horse Brewery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lambertville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Princeton, Trenton, Doylestown and New Hope.
Duke Island Park in Bridgewater, New Jersey is an elegant, manicured space. It is managed by the Somerset County Parks Commission. Park guests enjoy five large picnic areas with 12 tables each. Duke Island Park is also an excellent destination for cyclists.
Neshaminy State Park is a 339-acre park along the Delaware River. Amenities include hiking trails, picnic pavilions, an adult swimming pool and a children's spray park. The park is also home to the Playmakers Theater Workshop.
Bored with the corporate world two guys named Scott Rudich and Rich DiLiberto started up the brewery Round Guys Brewing Company in 2008. Enjoy one of their foundational four balanced and unique brews or one of their newer beers, just come on in.
A family-owned miniature golf course that has been in business since 1968, Hill Top Miniature Golf offers whimsically-designed holes with a variety of challenges and obstacles. Refreshments are also available.
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Offering tours and miniature retreats, the Saint Katharine Drexel Mission Center & Shrine houses the remains of Saint Katharine, along with artifacts and literature on the life and work of the Philadelphia woman, who was canonized in 2000.
Set on 11.5 acres, Hancock Street Park offers a peaceful community retreat. Paved and wooded trails meander along open grassy spaces leading to a small lake where visitors can enjoy picnics, the playground or gazebo.
A movie theater featuring 10 auditoriums, AMC Woodhaven 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater provides stadium seating, theater rentals for private events and a concession area with food and drinks.
Green Brook Township is the home of Washington Rock State Park. The park is dedicated to George Washington, first President of the United States and an important military figure in the Revolutionary War.
Visitors can learn how the early Moravian community lived by touring a 1750 smithy, 1761 tannery, a 1762 waterworks, 1764 Springhouse, and an 1869 mill. Visitors can also see remains of other industrial buildings including a 1771 dye house.
The Spruce Run Recreation Area is composed mostly of the Spruce Run reservoir, which is the third largest reservoir in the state. The recreation site covers the 1,290 acres of the reservoir itself and 15 miles of shoreline for swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, picnicking, and camping.