- The list below includes 177 free or cheap things to do in or near Port Jefferson, New York, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Breweries, Art Gallery and Children's Museums.
- From McAllister Park to Old Field Pt Lighthouse, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Port Jefferson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Norwalk, Milford, Riverhead and Fairfield.
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Ship Bottom, NJ MoreLess Info
Popular beach activities are the focus of Ship Bottom Beach that is accessible to the public for a small fee during the summer season. Visitors can swim, lounge, fish, go boating, and picnic on the beach.
Featuring classic movies, the Community Film Institute is staffed by a team of volunteers. Along with independent and historic films, the institute offers training in various aspects of the industry, and hosts an annual film festival.
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111 Rodeo Drive, Deer Park, NY 11717 MoreLess Info
A trampoline entertainment center, Sky Zone Trampoline Park - Deer Park features activities that include open jumping, dodgeball, handball, basketball and aerobics. The center also offers day camps, party hosting, foam pits and a snack bar.
The Soderlund Gallery & Studio Llc is an art gallery dedicated to displaying the works of artist Karl Soderlund. Soderlund's best known works include his numerous iconic obsession paintings, land and seascapes, and portraits.
Providing training in lacrosse, skating and hockey techniques, Fairfield Ice Academy is a multi-purpose facility. Throughout the year, special programs and activities such as summer skating camps and community hockey leagues are offered.
An establishment devoted to its community, Hards Corner Tavern is a place for socialization, camaraderie, and relaxation. The tavern features karaoke and live entertainment throughout the week and is suitable for events from birthday parties to first communion parties.
Providing a space for indoor fitness activities, Sportsplex@Fairfield has amenities like a rock climbing gym, field house, and gymnasium. The complex hosts games for a sport called Knockerball, where visitors dress in inflatable balls.
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314 Unquowa Road, Fairfield, CT 6824 MoreLess Info
The goal of the Connecticut Audubon Birdcraft Museum is to conserve the environment through science-based education. The museum has a membership program and is available for field trips and summer camps.