- The list below includes 421 free or cheap things to do in or near Sleepy Hollow, New York, including 121 different types of inexpensive activities like Cemeteries, Religious Buildings, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Sleepy Hollow Cemetery to Old Dutch Church and Burying Ground, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Sleepy Hollow and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Bronx, Flushing and Norwalk.
The bowling alley, Homefield Bowl Inc, is a family friendly facility that features a fully stocked pro shop, competitive bowling leagues, and a snack bar and lounge. The facility is available for camps and birthday parties.
Dazzling the garden-loving public since 1912, Untermyer Gardens, consist of 43-acres of Persian-style gardens overlooking the Hudson River. Visitors can stroll the manicured pathways to view the fountains, sculptures, and flowing streams.
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A 12-screen movie theater, Showcase Cinema de Lux Ridge Hill displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. It offers stadium seating, RealD 3D movies, a full-service restaurant and lounge, theater rentals and a food court.
Designed with the shopper's experience in mind, Westchester's Ridge Hill, is an upscale mall that features the retailers, boutiques, and eateries to make your day memorable. Visitors also love the cafe-style area featuring live entertainment.
Located in Greenwich, Connecticut, the Audubon Center is a wildlife preserve with a special emphasis on native birds. The Center offers many public programs and welcomes visitors. School field trips and other group excursions should be scheduled in advance.
The Edward J. Murray Memorial Skating Center is an indoor roller and ice skating rink. The skating center offers skating lessons and hosts a variety of events including ice hockey, roller hockey, speed skating, and roller derby.
Initially focusing on 19th and 20th century American art and the over-arching Hudson Valley Region, the Hudson River Museum, has grown in both size and focus over the past 86+ years. In addition to the art collections, the museum features a planetarium, outdoor amphitheater, and more.