- The list below includes 494 free or cheap things to do in or near Wayne, New Jersey, including 118 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Pubs and Specialty Museums.
- From Packanack Lake Tennis Club to Turf-City Indoor Sports Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wayne and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Brooklyn, Bronx and Yonkers.
100% 1 votes
1-29 Hamilton Place, Tarrytown, NY 10591 MoreLess Info
Tarrytown World War Monument is a memorial honoring the World War One veterans of Tarrytown. Although Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow is best known for tales of a Headless Horseman, the monument provides some history about those who sacrificed themselves during the war.
Covering 2,772 acres, the Pelham Bay Park is the largest public park in the state. It has forests, meadows, and other types of habitats, making it ideal for hiking and wildlife watching. Among the amenities can be remembered the playgrounds, the sport fields and courts, and the picnic areas.
Covering 52 acres and attracting around 900,000 visitors each year, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden was established in 1911 and now displays over 10,000 species of plants. It is formed by gardens such as the Shakespeare Garden, the Children's Garden, and the Plant Family Collection.
The only forest in Brooklyn is in Prospect Park. In this 585 acres environment there are also a lake, a zoo, the Audubon Center, and others. Each year, it is visited by approximately 10 million people. Festivals are held in here each year, like the Celebrate Brooklyn Performing Arts Festival.
Situated on 560 acres, Black River County Park is home to Bamboo Brook Education Center, Willowwood Arboretum, Cooper Mill and the Elizabeth Kay Environmental Center. It features 9.2 miles of hiking trails and can be used for fishing and birding.
A Revolutionary War historical site, Patriots Park was the location where Patriot militiamen apprehended British Army Officer Major John Andre. The park features of a monument to the event as well as walking trails, picnic areas and basketball courts.
Serving as a full service equestrian facility, the Bronx Equestrian Center allows for both Western and English riding styles. The center features standard trail rides, pony rides, hay wagon rides, and carriage rentals for weddings.
Made notable by Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow', The Old Dutch Church and Burying Ground is a cemetery and place of worship. The church offers tours at night by lantern retelling the tale of the Headless Horseman.
Opened in 2011, Elmhurst Park is a small neighborhood park that offers many different entertainment options for park-goers. These options include a large playground, jogging paths, a baseball field, and over 600 trees for shade.
Featuring 28 synthetic surface lanes, Pin Street at Warwick caters to both league bowlers and recreational open bowlers alike. The facility features a snack bar, lounge, and billiard area as well as a professionally staffed pro shop.