- The list below includes 111 free or cheap things to do in or near North Tonawanda, New York, including 56 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Arts Centers, History Museums and Specialty Museums.
- From Gratwick Waterfront Park to Raymond Klimek Veteran's Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in North Tonawanda and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Buffalo, Niagara Falls, East Aurora and Lockport.
Paint Nite 245 Abbott Road, Buffalo, NY MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
With sandy beaches, Beaver Island State Park offers activities for all ages. Along with water sports like fishing, swimming and boating, the park is equipped with a playground, athletic field and picnic area.
With both indoor and outdoor attractions, Grand Island Fun Center offers visitors activities like go-karting, miniature golf, water balloon fights, and more. The miniature golf course is 18 holes and is landscaped with flowers, rocks, and a stream.
The Island Fun Center is and indoor/outdoor recreation facility with go karts, mini golf, an arcade, and water balloon wars. They are also available for birthday parties and corporate events. Open April through September.
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Bridgehampton Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY MoreLess Info
The South Fork Natural History Museum is a museum and nature center that has the mission of stimulating an interest in the natural environment. The museum has a 45-ft panoramic deck with a view of 70 preserved acres of land.
Offering complimentary refills for each large popcorn purchased, Regal Cinema Elmwood 16 has showings of recently released movies shown in digital projection. The theater offers discounted tickets on select days and nights.
The Rapids Bowling Center features open bowling as well as a variety of leagues and tournament play. The center offers summer league programs, and hosts parties and special events. The Waves Bar and Grill is also on the premises.
Bordering the Niagara River, Buckhorn State Park provides for an array of outdoor activities. This includes a multi-purpose trail for walking, bicycling and cross-country skiing when weather permits. Park visitors can also canoe and fish in the park.
The striking and historic North Park Theatre was established in 1920. The theater hosts a variety of films, including Hollywood new releases as well as art house and independent films, classics, and foreign films.