- 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.
Providing an array of professional services for pool table enthusiasts, Fitch's Billiards also offers a complete line of equipment. This includes tables, balls, sticks and custom lighting. Along with table set up, the company also refelts used tables.
Since 1926, Fisher Field has been home to the Lafayette football program and Lafayette Leopards Varsity football team. With local sports being a large part of the city's culture, both locals and visitors alike are regulars at the stadium.
Serving as a sports field for a variety of sports, Ackey's Field provides visitors with a grassy area for soccer, football, and baseball. The facility also has cement basketball courts and a pavilion covered picnic area.
A commercial village, Manayunk delights shoppers with its Victorian storefront while still maintaining an urban shopping experience. Fitness is important to the local culture, so there is a canal and tow path behind Main St, providing an opportunity for running, walking, kayaking, and canoeing.
Featuring a turf field and a wood skating surface, International Sports, Skating & Fun Centre can be used for roller skating along with a variety of sports. It offers camps, party hosting, arcade games, children's play areas and a cafe.
Located along Raritan River, Buccleuch Park is situated on 78 acres and is home to Buccleuch Mansion. The park also has facilities for cricket, tennis, soccer, basketball and baseball along with a 1.5-mile trail, playground, pavilion and gardens.
A building with meaning and history, the Class of 1914 Boathouse at Rutgers University was a development ever since the founding of the Rutgers Boating Association in 1867. The boathouse, built in 1950 and expanded in 1961, holds up to 20 boats.
Hosting adult hockey leagues, Igloo Ice Skating Rink provides 2 NHL regulation ice rinks that offer skating sessions for the public. At the rink, visitors can take figure skating or hockey lessons, or join a curling club.
Located along the Raritan River, and looked after by the Daughters of the American Revolution, is the historic Buccleuch Mansion. Built in 1739, the house was once known as The White House Farm for its grand exterior and lush surroundings.