- The list below includes 319 free or cheap things to do in or near Fall River, Massachusetts, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Military Museums, Parks, Haunted Tours and History Museums.
- From Oak Grove Cemetery to Fall River Heritage State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fall River and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Providence, Warwick and North Kingstown.
Located in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Oak Grove Cemetery was built in 1855. Since the 40-acre original cemetery opened, several expansion projects have increased its size to more than 100 acres. The Oak Grove Cemetery is the burial site for many people who played important roles in Fall River's history.
Situated on 8.5 acres, Fall River Heritage State Park is located along the Taunton River overlooking Battleship Cove and the U.S.S. Massachusetts, a World War II battleship. The park provides a carousel, open green space, benches and a boardwalk.
Across from the Taunton River, Kennedy Park features sports facilities for baseball, tennis and basketball along with a swimming pool and a skating pond. The park provides open grassy fields, a children's playground, walking paths and picnic areas.
Nestled in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Lizzie Borden House is a purportedly haunted inn and museum that was once the home of famed ax murderer Lizzie Borden. The facility maintains 'ghost cams' in all of its rooms and is a favorite destination for paranormal investigators.
Lafayette Park is a neighborhood park offering a number of recreational amenities for the use of those who visit. Basketball courts, playground areas, tennis courts, baseball fields, and a skate park are among the facilities available.
Located in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Fall River Historical Society maintains a variety of historically significant and interesting buildings and public spaces. Its headquarters was formerly connected to the Underground Railroad.