- The list below includes 106 free or cheap things to do in or near Deerfield, Massachusetts, including 79 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Historic Homes, Hiking Trails and Art Museum.
- From Pocumtuck Ridge to Frary House, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Deerfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Amherst, Brattleboro, Holyoke and Northampton.
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240 Governors Highway, South Windsor, CT 6074 MoreLess Info
Nomads Outdoor Adventure bills itself as an aerial adventure park. The facility features extensive ropes courses, zip lining, and more than 70 aerial challenge activities. The facility hosts parties and retreats, as well.
Featuring a 1.25-mile hiking trail, Talcott Mountain State Park boasts a beautiful observation tower that is open to tourists throughout the week. Visitors should plant to spend roughly 40 minutes on the trail before reaching the tower.
Voted Best Bookstore in the country by Publisher's Weekly magazine, Northshire Bookstore is a family-owned independent bookstore in a historic Victorian farmhouse and inn. Calendar includes frequent author readings and events.
58% 12 votes
60 Bidwell Road, South Windsor, CT 06074 MoreLess Info
Revolutions Bowling & Lounge features modern, high end bowling. With a full bar, live music every Saturday, afterglow bowling on Friday nights, cosmic bowling every Thursday, and pizza bowl, bowling is trendy again.
Offering a lounge like atmosphere, Revolutions is popular for after work and group gatherings. Along with high-tech bowling equipment, the facility offers a billiard room and features live music throughout the weekend.
The Pinchot Sycamore Tree Park leisure park that is home to the Pinchot Sycamore, which is best known for being the largest tree in Connecticut. The park has trees that are estimated to be 200-300 years old.
33% 24 votes
100 Bidwell Road, South Windsor, CT 06074 MoreLess Info
A full arcade featuring over 60 electronic games are offered at the Nomads Adventure Quest Family Fun Center. A lunch and dinner tavern provides on-site meals, and there is even a miniature golf course, laser tag, bounce house, and rock climbing wall.
The family home of the first Commander-in-Chief of the American Revolution has been preserved as the Artemus Ward House and Museum. General Artemus Ward moved his family into this now historic home in 1763, and it features multiple exhibits about the military hero and daily life during the American Revolution.