- The list below includes 101 free or cheap things to do in or near Tilghman, Maryland, including 101 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and History Museums.
- From Phillips Wharf Environmental Center to Tilghman Watermans Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Tilghman and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Cambridge, Stevensville and Easton.
A traditional bowling center with 32 lanes, AMF Waldorf Lanes offers open and league bowling with an on-site pro shop. The center also provides a snack bar with food and drinks, arcade games and a bar with televisions.
The Pasadena Roller Skating Center is a family-owned roller skating center that offers free skate rentals to military families. The company has skating lessons on Saturday mornings and is available for parties.
Located near Andrews Air Force Base, Cosca Regional Park offers a combination of land that has been developed for recreation and natural untouched areas. A large children's playground is available in addition to a family friendly train and a boathouse that has paddleboat rentals.
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Open to skaters of all skill levels, Waldorf Roller Skating Center offers public skating sessions in its indoor rink. The center hosts classes where visitors can learn the basics of roller skating from experienced instructors.
Celebrating the early history of the areas railroads and the Civil War, the Bowie Train Station Museum is popular with locomotive and history buffs alike. The museum features photographs of the town throughout history, a vintage caboose and an out of service railway tower.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Huntington Railroad Museum presents guided tours of a small complex of railroad buildings. Explore life and history of the early Huntington railroad see the machines that guide railroad operation.
The 100 acre Piney Orchard Nature Preserve has 5 miles of walking and biking trails through wetlands, woodlands, stream beds and ponds. Paved, manicured and boardwalk trails enable visitors a first hand look at the local wildlife in varied habitats.