- The list below includes 87 free or cheap things to do in or near Woodstock, Vermont, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Art Gallery, Mountains and National & State Parks.
- From Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller National Historical Park to Mount Tom, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Woodstock and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Windsor, Hanover, Rutland and Killington.
In addition to first-run Hollywood films, Smitty's Cinema features a comprehensive concession stand that offers full meals along with standard movie fare. All screens at the cinema offer 100% digital projection for every movie.
Hikers, bicyclists, snowshoers, and vacationers can experience the area's natural beauty while enjoying quaint accommodations with Country Inns Along the Trail. Guests can spend their days exploring and return in the evenings to relaxing comfortable rooms and fine dining.
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23 Science Center Road, Holderness, NH 3245 MoreLess Info
The Squam Lake Natural Science Center is an interactive attraction focused on education and preservation of New Hampshire Wildlife. Rescued animal exhibits include bears, bald eagles and river otters. Walking trails explore the Kirkwood Gardens and three local ecosystems.
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Alumni field Keene High School 77 Arch Street, Keene, NH 03431 MoreLess Info
The Keene Swampbats are a baseball team from Keene New Hampshire. Along with watching the team play baseball, fans can participate in Swampbat hosted summer camps, or take part in team sponsored miniature golf tournaments with the team mascot.
A working organic dairy farm and educational centre, Stonewall Farm operates a farm stand and dairy operation, and guests can visit the grounds and barns, watch a milking, or interact with the animals, or hike on a network of trails on the property.
The years that the artist spent in the area between the years of 1939 and 1953 are memorialized at the Norman Rockwell Exhibition. The specific pieces shown at the display focus on the community and lives of those who lived in the area.