- The list below includes 177 free or cheap things to do in or near Falmouth, Maine, including 87 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Hiking Trails, Islands and Skating Rinks.
- From Gilsland Farm Audubon Center to Mackworth Island Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Falmouth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, South Portland, Brunswick and Scarborough.
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67% 3 votes
Highland Green, Topsham, ME 04086 MoreLess Info
A nature preserve open to visitors during daylight hours 365 days a year, the Cathance River Preserve features numerous hiking and walking trails. Guides offer weekend educational seminars and the Preserve hosts youth day camps in the summer.
93% 28 votes
Saco, ME 04072 MoreLess Info
Accepting anglers of all skill levels, Trina Lyn Fishing Charters takes visitors for a fishing trip off the coast of Maine. In addition to catching groundfish and lobster, visitors have the opportunity to see whales and dolphins.
97% 29 votes
Fortunes Rocks Road, Biddeford, ME 4005 MoreLess Info
Approximately 2 miles long, Fortunes Rocks Beach runs along Biddeford Pool and can be used for walking and jogging along the sand. The water is open for surfing, surf kayaking and bodyboarding.
50% 2 votes
19 Gurnet Road, Brunswick, ME 04011 MoreLess Info
Regal Brunswick 10 is a movie theater that features Dolby ATMOS technology, RealD 3D showings, IMAX movie screenings, and concessions. The theater is available for church events, birthday parties, or corporate events.
100% 2 votes
29 Meadow Road, Brunswick, ME 04011 MoreLess Info
Located on 85 acres, Thomas Point Beach & Campground offers an outdoor recreation area for family outings, camping, swimming, and more. The campground hosts yearly events like festivals, craft fairs, and private parties.
65% 81 votes
Brunswick, ME MoreLess Info
Thomas Point Beach offers a playground, softball facility, volleyball area, and a kite flying area, along with a beach. The facility hosts numerous special events each year including bluegrass festivals, art festivals, car shows, craft shows, and Special Olympics.
83% 6 votes
Georgetown, ME MoreLess Info
Sequin Lighthouse, or Seguin Lighthouse, is an active and functional lighthouse built in 1857. It is open for tours, and is an attraction on a number of historic and scenic cruises.
50% 4 votes
276 Bath Road, Brunswick, ME 04011 MoreLess Info
The bowling alley, Yankee Lanes of Brunswick, is a 32-lane facility that features automatic scoring, a restaurant, and competitive bowling leagues for people of all ages. The alley is available for birthday parties.
87% 204 votes
10 Perkins Farm Land, Phippsburg, ME 04562 MoreLess Info
With the construction of the fort begun in 1862 and never finished, Fort Popham State Historic Site has beaches, swimming areas and picnic areas, among others.
96% 280 votes
10 Perkins Farm Lane, Phippsburg, ME 4562 MoreLess Info
Popham Beach State Park is a popular beach destination in Maine because of the various activities it offers to visitors like picnicking, bird watching, swimming, hiking and even exploring a nearby island on low tide.