- The list below includes 612 free or cheap things to do in or near Queens, New York, including 120 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Playgrounds, Dog Park and Arts & Crafts Classes.
- From Francis Lewis Park to Motor Parkway, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Queens and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Bronx.
Ocean Ice Palace has daily public skating, open stick times, a pro shop, and offers birthday reservations. Learn to skate or play hockey in classes that cater to all skill levels, or watch one of the many hockey tournament games.
60% 10 votes
721 Barnum Avenue Cutoff, Stratford, CT MoreLess Info
Featuring an outdoor, Grand Prix themed track, visitors can compete against friends, family, and other guests in a go-kart race. Each ride lasts 5 minutes and allows for visitors to make 25 laps.
100% 281 votes
281 Princeton Avenue. Brick, NJ, Brick, NJ 08724 MoreLess Info
Young pirates and their families are allowed to participate in a boating adventure on the Metedeconk River with the Jersey Shore Pirates attraction. The children can dress up like pirates with painted tattoos while traveling on a replica pirate ship.
Home to the Lakewood Blueclaws minor league baseball team, FirstEnergy Park is a popular attraction in the spring. Families enjoy visiting for the kids dining special, extensive menu options and weekly firework displays.
The Danbury Ice Arena is a hockey rink and skating facility that is home to the Danbury Whalers hockey team. In addition to professional hockey, the rink offers open skating, youth leagues, and lessons, and is available for party rentals.
94% 18 votes
2 Stadium Way, Lakewood, NJ 08701 MoreLess Info
A minor league baseball team, The Lakewood Blueclaws Professional Baseball Club is a Single-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. The club plays at FirstEnergy Park which provides seating for 8,000 along with picnic areas, luxury suites and party decks.
Featuring ten pin bowling, Ocean Lanes features open bowling times as well as specific hours for league bowling. Glow in the dark bowling events are held every Friday, and there is an on-site pro shop for serious bowlers.
Since 1746, students have received their education at Princeton University, originally known as the College of New Jersey. Princeton, an Ivy League school, has the largest university endowment in the world.
Rail fans flock to the Danbury Railway Museum in Danbury, Connecticut. It contains one of the country's largest collections of vintage train cars, engines and paraphenalia. The museum also offers train rides and has a large gift boutique.