- The list below includes 602 free or cheap things to do in or near Danvers, Massachusetts, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Playgrounds, Movie Theaters, Bowling and Children's Play Area.
- From Endicott Park to Mall Tots, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Danvers and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Gloucester.
37% 19 votes
135 Brooks Street, Worcester, MA 01606 MoreLess Info
A movie theater multiplex, Showcase Cinemas Worcester North screens primarily first run Hollywood movies in fully digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees and a variety of promotions, and is available for rentals.
Growing over fifteen varieties of apples, Phantom Farms contains PYO apple orchards, a farm stand, Country Bake Shoppe, and garden center. Producing award-winning desserts and featured on Food Network, they also offer hayrides, orchard tours, birthday parties and event rentals.
A small and dignified memorial to former and fallen soldiers, Veteran's Place features a replica cannon as well as a number of inscribed memorials. The memorial has walking paths, benches, and landscaped flower arrangements.
100% 13 votes
414 Massasoit Road, Worcester, MA MoreLess Info
Broad Meadow Brook Meadow Conservation Area is the largest urban wildlife sanctuary in New England. Highlights include 80 species of butterflies and a nature play area for little ones. Five miles of trails are available.
An indoor skate park, Skaters Edge has an array of ramps, steps, and other skating equipment. The facility offers skating lessons for all ages, and has a shop that sells a variety of skating equipment, apparel, and accessories.
100% 6 votes
414 Massasoit Road, Worcester, MA 01604 MoreLess Info
At Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, visitors can hike through the 400 acres of shady marshland and observe native wildlife like frogs. On Saturdays, the sanctuary hosts a morning walk for birdwatching.
The 7,500 square foot Oqunquit Museum of Art, and the accompanying three-acre landscape gardens, features American Modern art, particularly from the early 1900s Oqunquit Art Colony, and Andy Warhol paintings.
Established in 1969 on the grounds of the Laura Thomas Estate, the Gertrude M Boyden Wildlife Refuge has since grown to over 50 acres. It is a serene natural space, and offers great opportunities for bird watching.
Offering a peaceful and serene environment, Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary is equipped with a walking trail, garden and play area. Surrounded by lakes and streams, the park also features a nature center with educational exhibits.