- 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.
Hosting a variety of youth and adult programs, Stonington Community Center serves the local community with its recreational facilities. The complex has a thrift shop, pottery studio, tennis courts, and soccer fields.
Diamond Hill State Park in Cumberland, Rhode Island was a ski slope at one time. The name for the park is attributed to the park's incline, which conveys a diamond-like gleam when viewed. Hikers regularly visit the site.
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4 High Street, Stonington, CT 06378 MoreLess Info
Featuring over a dozen vendors, Stonington Village Farmers' Market offers food items including local produce, baked and homemade goods, meats, seafood, jams and dairy products. The market also provides music, crafts, plants and an assortment of handmade items.
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7 Water Street, Stonington, CT 06378 MoreLess Info
Lighthouse Museum Stonington Historical Society is both a museum and lighthouse and visitors can also picnic on the stone benches outside. Those who climb to the top of the lighthouse tower can see Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island.
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8-14 Northwest Street, Stonington, CT 6378 MoreLess Info
Located along Stonington Harbor, Stonington Village Playground is a small community playground with a wooded play structure, slides, swings and other play equipment. The park has a paved perimeter walking path, a gazebo and picnic tables.
MOCEAN Cape Cod is an outdoor outfitter that sells a wide array of apparel, equipment, and paraphernalia for outdoor and aquatic sports. The store also offers rentals of stand-up paddleboards and other equipment.
A public aquarium, Woods Hole Science Aquarium has 140 different species of aquatic animals on display, all from the northeast and middle Atlantic. The aquarium also hosts educational programs for students of different levels.