- 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.
For more than 12 years, the Troy Waterfront Farmer's Market has been providing visitors with the opportunity to experience Americana at its finest. Featuring live music, delectable foods, and the freshest vegetables and goods in town make plans to visit today.
Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum is a local railroad museum which offers rides on a fully restored and operational 1896 trolley as well as on an antique pump car. The visitor center contains a variety of railroad artifacts including toy trains.
Located on the scenic Deerfield River, Salmon Falls is a local art gallery offering a large selection of artistic creations available for viewing or purchasing. Paintings, photography, glass arts, and pottery are among the many creations available at the gallery.
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is located in a converted bank building that was constructed in 1823. Named to the National Register of Historic Places, the music hall is in use 150 days per year with the symphony, musical guests, and comedy acts.
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57 Second Street, Troy, NY 12180 MoreLess Info
Hosting many events throughout the year, the Rensselaer County Historical Society has made it its mission to preserve every important moment in local history. Attractions include the Hart-Cluett House, photographs, and many pieces of art.
The Arts Center of the Capital Region is a hub of art, culture, and many events. The venue hosts many camps and classes throughout the year including digital arts, culinary arts, creative thinking, performing arts, and much more.
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0 Memorial Drive, Shelburne Falls, MA 01370 MoreLess Info
Candlepin bowling is on offer at Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley. Bowlers of all ages will enjoy a visit, located in downtown Shelburne Falls. Bumper bowling is available, and league bowling is offered.
One of the largest collections of native New England species is on display at the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum. In addition to the geology, natural history, and live animal exhibits, the grounds of the museum off 600 acres of hiking trails and outdoor activities.