- 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.
The mission of the Esu Recreation Center is to offer facilities, services, and equipment that provide opportunities for physical activity. The center supports activities such as equestrian, yoga, and racquetball.
Poconos Movieplex in East Stroudsburg offers a modern movie going experience for film fans of all ages. The theater features comfortable seating and state-of-the-art sound while showing the latest blockbuster films.
Located on the grounds of a privately owned area, the Kouros Sculpture Center features sculptures in a wide variety of styles by 50 different artists. The center also displays photos, paintings, and other art.
110 Schanck Rd, Freehold, NJ 7728 MoreLess Info
iPlay America is 115,000 square feet of fun. The play center features a retro style indoor boardwalk, go-kart racing, two-story laser tag arena and a cafe that serves burgers, funnel cake and more.
The Norwalk location of Stew Leonard's is a fresh food superstore featuring farm produce, baked goods, dairy products and gourmet items. Stew Leonard's also offers seafood, deli meats, artisanal cheese, fresh floral arrangements and offsite event catering.
As a multilevel facility, Ridgefield Library offers several study areas with couches and tables for visitors to sit at and read a book. The library hosts community events like reading groups, poetry discussions, and art receptions.
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Eagle Valley Shopping Center, 216 Skyline Drive, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 MoreLess Info
The Pocono Wellness & Sports Center features tennis facilities, a number of fitness classes, and much more. Classes include cycling, boot camp, Zumba, yoga, Pilates, step, Power Rope, and Tabata.
With four screens and a focus on the disabled, The Prospector Theater welcomes everyone. Amenities include closed captioning glasses with subtitles, a small theater for those with sensory issues, and prime viewing handicap seating.