- The list below includes 660 free or cheap things to do in or near Cambridge, Massachusetts, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bike Paths, Colleges & Universities and Specialty Museums.
- From Mt. Auburn Cemetery to Charles River, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cambridge and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Salem and Beverly.
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124 Main Street, Wareham, MA 2571 MoreLess Info
The Wareham Historical Society proudly maintains Captain John Kendrick Maritime Museum in Massachusetts. With clothing, furniture, and artifacts from the period of Wareham's Captain Kendrick, visitors can step into the past with these special displays and exhibits.
Manchester, New Hampshire's Livingston Park serves adults and children in the community. It features a running track, soccer field, a splash pool and a large splash pool for children. It also hosts sports games on its athletic field.
Featuring miniature golf, a driving range, and a pitch-and-putt course, Mulligans Island offers a variety of golf-related attractions. The site also has batting cages and sand volleyball courts and is available for groups and parties.
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1000 New London Ave., Cranston, RI MoreLess Info
For a memorable day of family fun, visit the award-winning Mulligan's Island Golf & Entertainment. Featuring 2 mini-golf courses, a par-3 course, batting cages, driving range, and available lessons, visit today.
Frye's Measure Mill has been operating through simple water power since the 1850s and continues to work by these means. Tours of the facility look into the historic water-powered workshop that still creates a variety of wares such as measures, pantry boxes, and piggins.
Established in 1969, the Algonquin Indoor Tennis Center Inc is a non-profit organization dedicated to the sport of tennis. The tennis center contains two heated indoor courts, a lounge, and locker rooms for both men and women.
Nurture your love of reading at the Warwick Public Library in Warwick, Rhode Island. This large, well-stocked library has extensive book collections for children and adults, as well as a DVD collection, CD library and computer center.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmerman House is the only Frank Lloyd Wright house open to the public in New England. It also houses the art collection of its previous owners, Isadore J. and Lucille Zimmerman.