- The list below includes 665 free or cheap things to do in or near Revere, Massachusetts, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Music Venue, Movie Theaters, Beaches and Parks.
- From Revere Beach to Sonny Myers Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Revere and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Gloucester.
Visit the romanticized rail paraphernalia at the Old Colony & Fall River Railroad Museum. Group can tour the rail cars and see pictures of old train stations, or perhaps get a scare during the haunted train stations and factories.
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200 Davol Street, Fall River, MA 02720 MoreLess Info
Situated on 8.5 acres, Fall River Heritage State Park is located along the Taunton River overlooking Battleship Cove and the U.S.S. Massachusetts, a World War II battleship. The park provides a carousel, open green space, benches and a boardwalk.
The Fall River Marine Museum is home to numerous historically accurate models of famous sea craft, even including some that have berthed at the Fall River docks. This venue also features antique documents, sheet music and even an appearance by a storytelling Titanic survivor.
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USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., 5 Water Street, Fall River, MA 2721 MoreLess Info
Admiral Arleigh Burke National Destroyermen's Museum is a small nautical museum that chronicles the history of the Arleigh Burke ship. The museum displays artifacts and pieces of furniture from the ship.
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72 Bank Street, Fall River, MA 2720 MoreLess Info
Organizing community recreation programs, Greater Fall River RE-CREATION provides a facility with fitness rooms, a lounge, a gymnasium, and other amenities. The center offers workshops for photography, and arts and crafts.
Measuring 260 feet by 80 feet in total, the Budlong Pool is an outdoor pool open during the warm summer months in the year. Visitors commonly enjoy attending public swimming sessions or taking swimming lessons at the pool.
The Kittery Historical and Naval Museum features the history of Maine's oldest town, settled in 1623. There is a large collection of maritime documents, artifacts and antique ship models on display, plus rare archeological finds.