- The list below includes 198 free or cheap things to do in or near Misquamicut, Rhode Island, including 105 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Parks, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Misquamicut State Beach to Dunes Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Misquamicut and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Groton, Narragansett, Montauk and Mystic.
A miniature golf course that features an array of varied and distinctive holes, Breezy Acres Mini-Golf offers obstacles like windmills, lighthouses, and other classic structures. The course features discounts for kids and seniors.
The Denison Homestead Museum offers visitors the chance to learn about the history of the area on a 300-year-old family farm. The location hosts special events, a farm market, and offers genealogy resources.
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A large-scale campground with spacious camp sites, Burlingame State Park Camp Ground is convenient to both woods and beach. There is a camp store that stays open until 10 pm, and there are restrooms.
From boarding to storage, Masons Island Marina offers visitors a range of services for their boats. From the marina, visitors have access to Mystic Harbor and can explore the nearby islands, such as Andrews Island and Sixpenny Island.
Devoted to the study, appreciation and protection of marine life, the Mystic Aquarium features a bevy of exhibits and programs for all ages. It includes a children's touch tank, docent-guided tours and dozens of fascinating and beautiful marine species.
Mystic Village Cinema 3 is an independently owned movie theater multiplex that shows a combination of first run Hollywood movies and art house, independent, and classic films. The venue also hosts live entertainment.
Olde Mistick Village Art Cinemas is a combination of an independent cinema and a performing arts theater. Along with the showing of new independent films during the week, live theater and concerts are held during the performance season.
The Freedom Schooner Amistad in Mystic, Connecticut is a wooden ship built in honor of the slave ship Amistad, which experienced a mutiny while transporting slaves between the United States and the Carribbean. The Freedom Schooner Amistad is dedicated to fostering goodwill and respect between all races.