- The list below includes 163 free or cheap things to do in or near Cold Spring, New York, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Gallery, National & State Parks and History Museums.
- From Stonecrop Gardens to Hudson Highlands State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cold Spring and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Newburgh and Hyde Park.
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32% 50 votes
Bronx, NY 10464 MoreLess Info
Orchard Beach is a 115 acre beach originally nicknamed 'The Riviera of New York.' The beach spans 1.1 miles and features a hexagonal promenade, central pavilion, food carts and snack bars, playgrounds, and picnic areas.
47% 19 votes
461 Cornwall Bridge Rd, Route 4, Sharon, CT 6069 MoreLess Info
Enjoy the pick-your-own fruit experience at Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm in Sharon, Connecticut. Kids and adults are welcome. For the best experience, visit the farm in dry, temperate weather and wear mud-proof boots.
70% 256 votes
179th Street and Riverside Drive, New York City, NY 10033 MoreLess Info
Built in 1927, the George Washington Bridge connects New York City and the state of New Jersey. The location, one of the most famous bridges in the world, has been featured in a wide variety of motion pictures.
581 Weekeepeemee Road, Woodbury, CT 6798 MoreLess Info
Another Farm provides horseback riding lessons and features several miles of trails for outdoor and indoor riding. The farm features a variety of horses and disciplines that include eventing, hunter & jumper, dressage, and pleasure riding.
29% 7 votes
Whiteman Street & Gerome Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 MoreLess Info
A prominent stone monument to firefighters is located in the center of Firemen's Park. Areas around the statue include a children's playground, picnic tables, benches, and a wading pool that is open during the warmer months.
82% 11 votes
Hollow Road, Woodbury, CT 06798 MoreLess Info
The Glebe House Museum of Woodbury was the birthplace of the Episcopal church in the US. The museum, set in the beautiful Litchfield Hills, offers a glimpse into Revolutionary War-era Connecticut.
50% 2 votes
Fort Lee Museum
1588 Pallisade Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 7024 MoreLess Info
With a history in film making, Fort Lee Museum showcases artifacts and memorabilia from its past. The museum offers a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits featuring posters, photographs, and more.
100% 1 votes
Palisade Avenue & Angioletti Place, Fort Lee, NJ 7024 MoreLess Info
Origrinally built in 1908, Monument Park was dedicated to the community by the Daughters of the American Revolution. In addition to a central Revolutionary War Monument, the park has a summer concert site, the Fort Lee Museum, and a preserved Revolutionary War encampment.
36% 11 votes
Villa Avenue, Fairfield, CT 06430 MoreLess Info
Featuring extreme bowling with lights and music, Nutmeg Bowl regularly offers special events and activities. This includes country nights, ladies nights, bumper programs and a Sunday morning breakfast & bowl.
- 1 votes
Indian Ledge Park Road, Trumbull, CT 6611 MoreLess Info
The completely fenced-in Trumbull Dog Park allows dog owners to let their pets run free and off the leash. The park is actually a segment of the larger Indian Ledge Park that covers roughly 104 acres.