- The list below includes 163 free or cheap things to do in or near New Hope, Pennsylvania, including 114 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Music Venue, Children's Museums and History Museums.
- From New Hope-Lambertville Toll Supported Bridge to Lenape Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in New Hope and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Princeton, Trenton, Doylestown and Quakertown.
Paint Nite 427 W Crystal Lake Avenue, Haddon Township, NJ MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
New Hope-Lambertville Toll Supported Bridge, originally constructed in 1904, is supported financially by other toll bridges that cross the Delaware River, although no tolls are collected at this site. The bridge is popular with walkers who stroll between New Hope and Lambertville.
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve has over 800 native plants, including 80 rare, threatened or endangered species that visitors can explore on the 2.5 miles of hiking paths. The preserve also has areas that can be rented including Preserve Pond, Captain James Moore Pavilion, Gazebo in the Woods, and the Auditor…
Rice's Market started in 1860s as a livestock and product action on Tuesdays. By the 1950s, the market grew to over 400 vendors offering produce to home decor six days a week, and today, over 8,000 shoppers weekly shop there.
Built to inspire the minds of children is the Bucks County Children's Museum. The exhibits throughout the museum are set to educate youth on the workings of everyday life and include a general store, a construction site, a play factory and town square.
Organized in 1958, the New Hope Historical Society is located in the historic Parry Mansion and collects and preserves various family papers, letters, genealogy information, and oral history relating to the people and past of New Hope.
With 9 years of service, Sidetracks Art Gallery continues to feature lively contemporary art, and adventurous pieces. Some features works include sculptures, mixed media, photography, various paper sketches, and painting.
Visitors can hop aboard a 1920s steam locomotive on the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad. Guests can ride in the passenger coaches, or if the weather is nice on the open air coaches, while on the nine mile round trip through Bucks County while listening to narration about the area.
Holding true to it's name, the Creeper Gallery specializes in Gothic art and peculiar antiques. The eclectic space carries taxidermy animals, skeletal figurines and gothic paintings, among a selection of other rare oddities.