- The list below includes 97 free or cheap things to do in or near Williamstown, Massachusetts, including 89 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Museum, National & State Parks, Hiking Trails and Music Venue.
- From Williams College to Hopkin's Memorial Forest, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Williamstown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like North Adams, Troy, Lenox and Pittsfield.
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Offering libraries, artifacts, education programs, and lectures, New York State Military Museum has many ways to learn the history of the state's military forces and veterans. The museum houses the largest collection of Civil War flags in the world.
Catering to foodies, Saratoga Springs Food Tours offers a trip through the many local businesses and farmers markets of the region. Throughout the 2 hour tour, visitors get to walk through the city and sample many foods.
A movie theater featuring a BTX giant screen auditorium, Criterion Cinemas 11 & BTX displays first-run Hollywood movies and independent films. The theater offers 3D movies, a party room, leather rocking seats and a concession area.
A small, discount theater that features balcony seating, the Scotia Cinema screens both first-run and classic movies. It offers bargains on tickets and concessions, and provides a quirky, vintage atmosphere for moviegoers.
Over 6,000 objects compose the main collection of the Tang Teaching Museum. A wide variety of materials, subject matter, and time periods that cover Pre-Columbian items through to contemporary artists are on display at the site.
The Botanic Garden of Smith College preserves the historic Olmsted landscape of the campus and is home to an extensive collection of plant specimens which are a part of the glass conservatory and numerous specialty gardens here.
Smith College Museum of Art maintains an extensive collection of quality artworks, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, antiques and more, by many established and contemporary artists. The museum also features a gift shop, artistic restrooms and handcrafted benches placed in the gallery.
Items that document the private life of Calvin Coolidge are put on display that the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library & Museum. The items begin with his birth in 1872 and continue through his post-presidential days with a separate collection being displayed at the site for his wife Grace.