- The list below includes 14 free or cheap things to do in or near Oswego, New York, including 40 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Bowling, Historic Sites and Colleges & Universities.
- From State University of New York Oswego to Breitbeck Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Oswego.
Paint Nite 8113 Dexter Parkway, Baldwinsville, NY MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
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7060 New York 104, Oswego, NY 13126 MoreLess Info
The State University of New York Oswego is a public university that is made up of a student body of nearly 8,000 students and offers more than 110 programs of study. The campus spans a total of 690-acres.
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One East Fourth Street, Oswego, NY 13126 MoreLess Info
Fort Ontario State Historic Site stands to preserve the collection of documents and artifacts from the Oswego areas history. The fort, site grounds and the interior artwork are available for tours and educational programs.
Fort Ontario is a restored former British military stronghold that dates back to the Revolutionary War era. The Fort is open from spring through autumn for visitors, and offers guided tours of the various historically restored buildings on the site.
Ontario Orchards offer the true four seasons experience when it comes to featuring the years best crops and fresh produce. The orchards offers activities for all ages in addition to their produce selections including apple picking, a Fall jamboree and winter holiday events.
Dedicated to keeping alive the stories of the 982 refugees from World War II that President Roosevelt allowed into the U.S., the Safe Haven Museum is a memorial to suffering and the triumph of the human spirit. The museum features both permanent and traveling exhibits.
The H. Lee White Marine Museum, now a popular visitor destination, used to serve as the offices and repair shop for a grain elevator. The museum now houses ship artifacts, telescopes and historical documents from the offices and the nearby lighthouse.
Containing a large collection of furnishings original to the house, the Richardson-Bates House Museum documents the history of this Italian style villa. The museum is curated by the Oswego Historical Society and offers guided tours to visitors.