- The list below includes 115 free or cheap things to do in or near Amherst, Massachusetts, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Movie Theaters, Colleges & Universities and Art Museum.
- From Amherst College to Metacomet-Monadnock Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Amherst and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Springfield, Holyoke, Northampton and Shelburne Falls.
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Open twenty-four hours a day, Newington Bowl-O-Rama Bowling Lanes offers entertainment and sporting fun anytime. The bowling alley is home to multiple lanes of ten pin bowling, a party area and a lounge offering snacks and drinks.
Since opening in 1984, the Unionville Museum has displayed historical, cultural and traditional artifacts showcasing the village of Unionville. Past exhibits include 'Celebrating 100 Years of Girl Scouts' and an annual Yuletide celebration.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Prospect Hill Historic District is a district that encompasses 40-blocks of residential neighborhoods. The district has a total of 993 contributing buildings.
Newington Arena features two indoor ice rinks and hosts hockey leagues, figure skating competitions and offers public skating. The arena also offers skating classes and is available for special events and birthday parties.
Owned by the town of Newington, the Kellogg-Eddy House & Museum is a historical museum that celebrates the heritage of the town. The museum preserves and displays the areas documents, photographs and artifacts.
Also known as the Newington Arena, the Connecticut Skating Center is a competition scale ice rink that hosts hockey leagues and games, ice skating, figure skating, and ice shows. The facility also offers skating lessons.
An urban wildlife habitat and park, A W Stanley Park features a variety of amenities. Visitors can see wildlife, bird watch, stroll by the pond, or hike the park's trails. The park also features a swimming pool.
Located on the site of the former Columbia Junction Freight Yard, the Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum showcases historical locomotives and railroad buildings. Visitors can take a guided tour through the museum and kids can operate an 1850's style pump-car.