- The list below includes 205 free or cheap things to do in or near Litchfield, Connecticut, including 117 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From Big Cathedral Trail to White Memorial Conservation Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Litchfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Hartford, Simsbury, Bristol and Kent.
Haight-Brown Vineyard Hartford MoreLess Info
Vinery established in 1975, offers an array of wine varieties including Chardonnay, Chardonelle, and Marechal Foch
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Located in Litchfield, Connecticut, the White Memorial Conservation Center is dedicated to environmental preservation and education. It is an active research institution and wildlife conservancy. Visitors are welcome, and tours are available.
At the Tapping Reeve House and Law School, visitors can learn about the life of the 19th-century student through role playing activities and interpretive exhibits. At the beginning of each visit, an interpretive video serves as a introduction to life in Litchfield.
Affiliated with Windfield Morgan Farm, Lee's Riding Stable offers a variety of horseback riding experiences. The facility offers pony rides for young children as well as trail rides for riders ages 7 and up. Riding lessons are also available.
Litchfield Historical Society is an organization that is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of the county of Litchfield. The society has a museum, a research library, and a historic house.
An art gallery named for its featured artist, Thomas F McKnight features a wide selection of paintings, silk screen prints, and posters. McKnight's subject matter is eclectic, and includes landscapes, scenes from myth, and whimsical scenes.
Focusing on educating young children, the KidsPlay Children's Museum strives to make learning fun. The museum teaches through multi-sensory, hands-on exhibits that allow children to become fully immersed in the educational experience.
Artwell provides gallery space to exhibit contemporary works by both professional and amateur artists. They offer instruction in traditional visual art forms and emerging and technology-based visual art forms and also provide educational lectures on the visual arts.