- The list below includes 633 free or cheap things to do in or near Peabody, Massachusetts, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Bike Paths, Walking Trails and Family Fun Center.
- From Independence Greenway Bike Route to Peabody - Middleton Rail Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Peabody and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Gloucester.
Time Warp Escape Rooms Boston MoreLess Info
Groups travel back in time in a time-warp escape-room game wherein they have to solve puzzles to return to the present before its too late
Rail-trail Independence Greenway Bike Route is an 8 mile long paved bike and walking trail. Situated along an abandoned railroad, views include wetlands and wildlife and a memorial style bench to enjoy at the trail head entrance.
Brooksby Farm is a working farm and apple orchard with pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, peaches and apples. Hand-feed the farm animals, or visit the farm store for fresh baked cider donuts, mulled hot cider, coffee, fudge, candies and holiday decorations.
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205 Washington Street, Peabody, MA 1960 MoreLess Info
Located close to Boston, the George Peabody House Museum is an educational opportunity for the entire family. Philanthropist George Peabody's home in Peabody, Massachusetts is preserved as well as a collection of artifacts relating to the leather trade and industry.
Featuring 46 candlepin lanes, Metro Bowl offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring, bumpers and cosmic bowling. The center provides arcade and redemption games, billiard tables and a snack bar with food and drinks along with adult beverages.
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511 Lowell Street, Peabody, MA 1960 MoreLess Info
The James McVann - Louis O'Keefe Memorial Rink is a public indoor skating rink that offers public skating, stick practice, freestyle, and pickup hockey games as well as lessons for all ages and abilities.
Peabody Historical Society is a center for the preservation, study and enjoyment of Peabody's cultural heritage. The Society maintains eight historic properties, an extensive library and archives and a large collection of china, textiles, furniture and fine/ decorative arts.
A candlepin bowling center, Sunnyside Bowladrome features 32 lanes suitable for both open and league bowling. The center offers private event hosting, a pro shop with balls and accessories, electronic scoring, bumpers and a game room.