- The list below includes 83 free or cheap things to do in or near Windsor, Vermont, including 78 different types of inexpensive activities like Gardens, National & State Parks, Hiking Trails and Breweries.
- From Mount Ascutney to Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Windsor and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodstock, Hanover, Ludlow and Quechee.
As a volunteer run museum, Monadnock Center for History and Culture showcases regional history with artifacts displayed in its exhibits. The center hosts arts and cultural classes like print making and English Country dance classes.
Located inside the historic Baptist Church building, the Mariposa Museum specializes in hands-on, family friendly exhibits and learning stations. Many of the museum's exhibits are geared to folk culture and local history, with special exhibits regularly rotated through as well.
Akwa Marina Yacht Club offers a resort marina that features boat slips to accommodate any size, boat launch and 4 way ties. Additional attractions include sandy beaches, resort pool and hot tub, volleyball court and a BBQ and picnic area.
Showing new movies with digital sound, Peterborough Community Theatre is an independent cinema housed in an historic theater, the oldest in the state. The theatre also shows classic movies during its Theme Weeks each month.
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Peterborough, New Hampshire is proud to feature Ava Maria Handmade Chocolates. This company produces electable chocolate confections and is famous for its enormous gift baskets. Ava Maria Handmade Chocolates ships throughout the United States.
As an early landmark in American history, Endicott Rock is a carved rock that features the signatures of the early settlers from the Massachusetts Bay Colony from the 1600s. The rock has a large Native American sculpture on top.
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.