- The list below includes 127 free or cheap things to do in or near Brick, New Jersey, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Parks, Pirate Tours and Mini Golf.
- From Mantoloking Bridge County Park to Brick Beach 1, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Brick and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Point Pleasant Beach, Asbury Park, Toms River and Freehold.
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47 11 Van Dam Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 MoreLess Info
Indoor Extreme Sports offers paintball, zombie lasertag, arena lasertag, black ops lasertag, and more. Guests can enjoy adrenaline pumping games in a unique indoor atmosphere that brings the challenges to life.
Dedicated entirely to the contemporary art, MoMA PS1 is one of the largest institutions of this kind in America. It was founded in 1971 and, besides its permanent and temporary exhibitions, also organizes special events, such as the Warm Up and the Sunday Sessions.
Laurel Hill Park contains two softball fields and a baseball / soccer turf field for those who wish to play in a team sporting event. The park's picnic tables and gazebo also make it a suitable place for a family or group outing.
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Vleigh Pl, 141th Street & Union Tpke, Queens, NY 11367 MoreLess Info
The Vleigh Place Playground is a 2.24-acre jointly operated playground that features restrooms, benches, handball courts, multiple playgrounds, and spray showers. Both playgrounds have a slide, climbing obstacles, and towers.
95% 18809 votes
42nd Street and Park Avenue, New York City, NY 10017 MoreLess Info
Approximately 21,600,000 people visit Grand Central Terminal each year making it the sixth most visited tourist attraction in the world, and it is the largest such facility in the world having 44 platforms that service 67 subway tracks. The facility also has 68 shops and 35 places to eat.
The Hammerstein Ballroom is a 12,00-square-foot ballroom that hosts both theatrical and musical performances, including shows from Thirty Seconds to Mars and All Time Low. The location, which first opened in 1906, has a maximum seating capacity of 3,500.
Housed on three floors, Bowl Rite Lanes offers a large area for bowling and other entertainment attractions. The family-friendly center, home to twenty four bowling lanes, also offers billiards, an arcade, a snack and drink bar and pro shop.