- The list below includes 98 free or cheap things to do in or near Waterbury, Vermont, including 77 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, National & State Parks, Art Studio and Factory Tours.
- From Little River State Park to Vermont State of, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Waterbury and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Stowe, Burlington, South Burlington and Montpelier.
Stowe Free Library features 25,000 books, 2,000 films, audio books on CD, downloadable audio book titles, music CDs, magazines, journals and newspaper subscriptions. They also have a research room and computer workstations with free wi-fi.
With collections covering seven different areas of ski history, the Vermont Ski Museum has artifacts about the sport in general, its role in Vermont, and even the development of ski equipment. The museum also has a permanent Hall of Fame exhibit to honor athletes, pioneers, and contributors.
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West side of Route 100 and south of Route 108, Adjacent to Macutchan Forest, Stowe, VT 05672 MoreLess Info
As a conservation area, Cady Hill Forest offers visitors 258 acres of woodland to hike, mountain bike, and hunt in. During the winter, visitors can take the ski lift up to the top of the hill for skiing opportunities.
The Stowe Recreation Path is an award-winning 5.3 mile path designed for bikes, rollerblades, pedestrians, runners and nordic skiers in winter. Featuring swimming holes, scenic mountain views and picnic areas, the path is open year-round.
A three-screen movie theater, Stowe Cinema 3 Plex displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers RealD 3D movies, party hosting, a full bar and a concession area with food and drinks.
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454 Mountain Rd Rt 108, Stowe, VT 05672 MoreLess Info
A three-screen movie theater with first-run attractions, Stowe Cinema 3 Plex & Projection Room Lounge offers RealD 3D movies, party hosting and a snack bar. The lounge offers wait service from the bar while the movie is displayed.
The Pavilion Building features a museum on the street level operated by the Vermont Historical Society. The building offers a variety of displays, exhibits, and educational programs centering on genealogy and Vermont history.