- The list below includes 559 free or cheap things to do in or near Weymouth, Massachusetts, including 114 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, National & State Parks, Sports Teams (Amateur) and Parks.
- From Webb Memorial State Park to Weymouth Sportsmens Club, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Weymouth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Cambridge, Salem and Plymouth.
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786 Washington Street, Braintree, MA 02184 MoreLess Info
Once home of the former superintendent of West Point, General Sylvanus Thayer Birthplace offers a small, historical house where he was born. The home was built in the Colonial era of the United States and shows artifacts from that era.
Kids and adults can enjoy painting plaster sculptures to take home at Plaster Fun Time. Kids paint their own way and on their own time since prices are per piece only. Nontoxic materials are used and party rentals available.
55 Recreation Park Drive, Hingham, MA 2043 MoreLess Info
A family owned community sports and entertainment complex, South Shore Sports Center hosts an array of youth sports leagues, and offers lessons, clinics, and summer camps. The Center also runs tournaments of various kinds.
United First Parish Church is also known as the Church of the Presidents as it is the final resting place of two U.S. Presidents, namely John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as their wives. The structure comprises of a unique domed ceiling and a mahogany altar.
The Quincy Historical Society operates the Quincy History Museum, among other historic attractions. The museum features exhibits spanning over 400 years of history, with particular emphasis on local native John Adams.
At Simon Kidgits Clubhouse, visitors can let their children explore play structures shaped like houses, airplanes, and cars. The playground is located in a shopping center and has a seating area for adults watching their kids.
Adams National Historical Park, in addition to the nearby estate called Peacefield, is the historic home of four generations of the Adams family which included U.S. Presidents, ambassadors, historians and more. The structures and their periods furnishings are preserved and available for viewing.