- The list below includes 295 free or cheap things to do in or near Wethersfield, Connecticut, including 113 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Playgrounds, Specialty Museums and Beaches.
- From Wethersfield Cove to Mill Woods Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wethersfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hartford, West Hartford, Simsbury and South Windsor.
The Wethersfield Library is a public library that has books, DVDs, and CDs available to check out. The library also features a newsletter, a children's daycare, educational classes, and special events for children and adults.
Bucolic Old Wethersfield is the oldest and most historically significant area in modern Wethersfield. The district is full of immense homes in the Victorian and Second Empire styles. Others are much older and were built before or during the Revolutionary War.
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The Eleanor Buck Wolf Nature Center has live animals, hands-on exhibits, gift shop, and numerous educational programs for ages 2 to adult. Monthly family astronomy nights, parent-toddler classes, book clubs and ranger programs are just a few of their activities.
Visitors can explore and educational ecology center that offers a variety of public programs at Wethersfield Town of. The center features several hands on exhibits, a reading corner, a gift shop, and live animals.
Wethersfield, Connecticut's Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum contains three houses built just before the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. Tours are available. The museum also contains a gift shop and formal Colonial-style gardens.
Comprised of two historic houses, Wethersfield Museum provides visitors with information on the Connecticut towns rich history. The museum features exhibits, artifacts such as love letters and Civil War uniforms, and historical text.
The non-profit organization, the Wethersfield Historical Society, is an educational institution that has the goal of preserving the history and culture of Wethersfield. The organization has a museum that is known for the 'Legendary People, Ordinary Lives' exhibit.