- The list below includes 85 free or cheap things to do in or near Meredith, New Hampshire, including 85 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, Movie Theaters, Children's Museums and History Museums.
- From Meredith Marina to Pirate's Cove, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Meredith and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wolfeboro, Laconia, Gilford and Waterville Valley.
The Clark House Museum Complex preserves and houses three buildings restored with period furniture: the 1805 Schoolhouse, the 1800's firehouse with restored horse-drawn fire engines, and the refurnished 1778 Clarkhouse.
Originally built in 1778, the Clark House Museum was donated by the Clark Family for historic preservation. Its rooms are furnished with period antiques and curiosities. Also on-site is a Firehouse with antique fire trucks and a schoolhouse from 1805.
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705 Rumney Rte 25, Rumney, NH 03266 MoreLess Info
The center attraction at Polar Caves Park is the Polar Sluice and Klondike Mines, which allow for family-centered mining and discovery of gems. Other options at the site include a petting zoo, cave exploration, nature trails, and the Maple Sugar House and Museum.
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58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH 03886 MoreLess Info
The traditional agriculture of the region is continued at the Remich Country Doctor Museum & Farm. It is a self-sustained site that also documents and preserves the life of a rural doctor from the 1800s.
Host to a long-running professional theater company, The Barnstormers Theatre dates back to 1931, and was founded by a son of Grover Cleveland's. They present seasonally-shifting schedules of theatrical productions, with an emphasis on American and British classics.
Featuring a multi-level rope course, Monkey Trunks provides a variety of obstacles for visitors to traverse through. Visitors are hooked up to a rope system while crossing wooden bridges and swinging across platforms.
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Rte 109, Wentworth Farm Road, Wolfeboro, NH 03894 MoreLess Info
Built by the last British governor of New Hampshire, the Governor John Wentworth Historical Site exists today as the only surviving ruins of this colonial period summer home. The site and surrounding grounds are open to tourists during the summer.