- The list below includes 285 free or cheap things to do in or near Barnstable, Massachusetts, including 87 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Fishing, Comedy Clubs and Art Museum.
- From Sturgis Library to Kalmus Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Barnstable and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Bluffs, Hyannis, Dennis and Eastham.
Mytoi is a Japanese garden built around a small pond with a little island in the center that is accessible via an arched wooden bridge. The garden itself comprises of numerous walking paths which pass through a rock garden, birch groves and a rustic shelter which offers sightseeing and meditation.
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Province Lands Road and Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA MoreLess Info
Enjoy views of the Provincetown shore while getting some exercise with a walk along Provincetown Causeway. This roughly one-mile stretch begins near a park that commemorates the Pilgrim's first landing, and trekkers are better able to see lighthouses not reachable by car.
The municipal library of Edgartown, Massachusetts is called the Edgartown Public Library. It has large collections of books, periodicals and audio/visual content. The library also hosts a variety of services and programs for all ages.
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10 Meetinghouse Rd, Truro, MA 02666 MoreLess Info
The Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill is a community group of artists and art enthusiasts who make this gallery their hub. At Castle Hill gallery, classes, showings and sales are conducted that feature prints, sculptures and handcrafts.
The name Chappaquiddick is derived from a Native Indian word which means 'separated island' and refers to the the 300-yard wide channel that separates this island from a larger one in the east. This isolated island houses multiple hiking trails and a Japanese garden.
44% 9 votes
99 Main St, Edgartown, MA MoreLess Info
Ghosts, Gossip & Downright Scandal Walking Tours features tour guides relaying the history of Martha's Vineyard through spooky local tales. The nightly tour involves patrons walking through buildings such as the church and closed offices.