- The list below includes 52 free or cheap things to do in or near Arlington, Vermont, including 90 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Camping Site, Mountains and River.
- From Mount Equinox to Battenkill River, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Arlington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manchester, Bennington, Wilmington and Williamstown.
The Bennington Center For the Arts is an art gallery that is home to permanent collections of Native American artifacts, wildlife and nature pieces, and artwork by Eric Sloane. The center also has a variety of wind sculptures.
Stratton Mountain's Cliff Drysdale Tennis School offers coaching for adults and juniors. There are sixteen clay and hard courts (two indoors). The club offers clinics and individual instruction as well as fitness and massages areas, indoor pool, and fitness shop.
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Jamaica, VT MoreLess Info
Jamaica State Park was officially opened to the public in 1969 and is currently made of 772 acres of land. There is a great emphasis on fishing in the many areas of water in the park, but there are also opportunities for camping, hiking, and swimming.
Serving as a working six generation farm, the Adams Family Farm offers a wide range of activities for visitors. There are seasonal activities and agricultural experiences along with a seasonal petting zoo and small retail space with farm fresh products.
Taylor Farm is a working dairy farm that is over 180 years old. In addition to the dairy operation, they have lodging, a cheese making facility, a farm stand, educational activities, and sleigh rides through the farm during the winter.
Featuring unique art with a focus on ambiguity and thought provocation, the Kantor Kellett Gallery is an upscale art gallery offering a number of works for display. The gallery includes works of fine arts, sculpture, and photography.
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7 N Main Street, Wilmington, VT 5363 MoreLess Info
The Gallery Wright Sticks & Stones Studio exclusively features New England artists' creations. The fine art gallery focuses on contemporary realism, landscape, figure, and still life paintings with selected jewelry, metalwork and sculptural crafts.