- 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.
Seasonal events and activities are held throughout the year at Schaefer Farms. Visitors are also able to purchase a wide variety of locally-created items like over 100 scents of soy blend candles, candy, jams, ice cream, and local honey in addition to fresh milk, butter, and cheese.
Serving as an educational center for both Colonial and American history, the Old Barracks Museum is actually housed in the last remaining structure of its kind. The museum staff conducts daily tours and offers interpretations of American Colonial life.
The Trenton Visitors Center is a center dedicated to providing information for visitors to the city. The center provides a variety of information, including dining, lodging, entertainment, and sightseeing recommendations.
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Featuring seating for 1,807 guests, the Patriots Theater At The War Memorial is a performing arts theater that is host to a number of performances throughout the year. The theater also offers conference, banquet, and ballrooms available for rent.
Plan your next dinner party, shower, or team-building exercise at Ezekiel's Table. You and your guests will learn new culinary skills while preparing a gourmet meal, then enjoying it in a grand, 300-year old farmhouse.
Operating as a museum since 1939, the William Trent House Museum is now owned and operated by the state of New Jersey. The stately home is available to tour and the city hosts special events on the property throughout the year.
Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve is a 75 acre nature reserve populated by lakes, rocky creeks, wooded wetlands, and upland forests. The preserve offers 8 miles of maintained scenic trails providing views of the native flora and fauna.