- The list below includes 54 free or cheap things to do in or near Seneca Falls, New York, including 58 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Distilleries and History Museums.
- From Women's Rights National Historical Park to Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Seneca Falls and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Auburn, Penn Yan, Canandaigua and Skaneateles.
There are 4 historical properties in the Women's Rights National Historical Park: the Wesleyan Chapel, the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, the M'Clintock House and the Richard Hunt House. The park was established in 1980 and covers 6.83 acres.
Covering 7,000 acres, the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge is popular among the birdwatchers, since this is a resting spot for migratory birds. Besides the species of birds encountered usually in woodlands, in here there were also spotted nests of bald eagles.
Built within what was originally a 1913 movie theater, the It's A Wonderful Life Museum is a historical museum focused on the film It's A Wonderful Life. The main attraction is a collection of various memorabilia related to the film.
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31 wine specialties, vodka and brandy spirits can be tasted and bought from the Montezuma Winery & Hidden Marsh Distillery. Personalized labels are also available, and the gift shop sells accessories.
Dedicated to the industrial and canal history of the area, the Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry organizes each year special events and programs. The gift shop sells books, stamps, and other memorabilia.
In addition to a large pumpkin patch, Meadeville Farm Pumpkin Patch features live music, a corn maze, tractor rides, and other family friendly entertainment. At the farm, visitors can pick a pumpkin to take home with them.
With a museum featuring a house built in Queen Anne Style, Seneca Falls Historical Society showcases the home of the Becker family. The house is 3 stories, made out of brick, and features furniture from the time it was built.
A popular family attraction is Geneva's Seneca Lake State Park. Nestled alongside one of the five Finger Lakes, the park offers a water play area, picnic pavilions, biking, beachside fishing, ice fishing and boat launching.