- The list below includes 282 free or cheap things to do in or near Newport, Rhode Island, including 102 different types of inexpensive activities like Historic Homes, History Museums, Art Museum and Beaches.
- From Ocean Drive to Cliff Walk, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Newport and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Providence, Fall River, Narragansett and Warwick.
Cornell Farm offers several hiking trails that extend westward from the farmstead through a pine and oak forest to the marshlands at the head of Little River. The farmland was passed down through 5 generations of the Cornell family.
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For a memorable day of family fun, visit the award-winning Mulligan's Island Golf & Entertainment. Featuring 2 mini-golf courses, a par-3 course, batting cages, driving range, and available lessons, visit today.
Featuring miniature golf, a driving range, and a pitch-and-putt course, Mulligans Island offers a variety of golf-related attractions. The site also has batting cages and sand volleyball courts and is available for groups and parties.
The site where Rhode Island patriots took military action against the British in 1772, Pawtuxet Village, has preserved the history and charm of yesteryear. With dozens of historic sites and homes within walking distance, bring your family today and experience the history.
With views overlooking the Narraganset Bay, Sabin Point Park is a 4-acre park that offers a number of amenities to its visitors. Visitors to the park commonly view the sunset over the bay or walk through on the walking trails.
Kids are free to be kids at the gated Pawtuxet Village Playground. Newly renovated, the playground features slides, swings, spinning seats, a climbing wall, play fire truck, and a boat. Shaded picnic tables help parents relax while their children play.
A peculiar and unique service, Postmortem Hearse Tours offers professionally guided and narrated tours of the Fall River area from the comfort of a hearse. A campy and macabre offering, the tour is for those looking for an unconventional experience.
Robert J Schiedler Dog Park provides two fenced in areas, one for big dogs and the other for small dogs. The park offers an agility tunnel and water bowls. There are plenty of trees that provide shade for patrons.