- The list below includes 176 free or cheap things to do in or near Hamilton, New Jersey, including 116 different types of inexpensive activities like Sculpture Parks, Recreation Centers, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Grounds for Sculpture to Pump It Up, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hamilton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Princeton, Trenton, New Brunswick and Doylestown.
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97% 1262 votes
18 Fairgrounds Rd, Hamilton, NJ 08619 MoreLess Info
Over 270 sculptures are held at Grounds for Sculpture, which is a large 35-acre park dedicated to the specific artistic format. Unique, hidden gardens are held within the grounds that guests are free to explore in addition to the two exhibition buildings and restaurant.
60% 10 votes
8 Commerce Way #135, Hamilton, NJ MoreLess Info
Pump It Up is an amusement complex that specializes in hosting private birthday parties for kids. It offers a variety of imaginative play options that emphasize creativity and self-expression in play.
60% 5 votes
1200 Kuser Road, Trenton, NJ 08619 MoreLess Info
Hamilton Lanes is the traditional bowling experience that seems to be a thing of the past in most areas. Inexpensive and fun, Hamilton Lanes is a great place for a night of bowling or hanging out in the lounge.
99% 162 votes
334 South Post Road, Princeton Junction, NJ MoreLess Info
Over 2,500 acres make up the Mercer County Park. Year-round facilities are available with many related activities like athletic fields, an ice skating center, mountain biking, a boathouse and marina, hiking trails, and picnic areas.
75% 4 votes
Trenton, NJ MoreLess Info
Still in operation, Pennsylvania Bridge is a stone bridge that allows traffic to cross the Delaware River. The bridge has a sidewalk area where visitors can take in panoramic views of the river and the surrounding cities.
88% 26 votes
1 Thunder Road, Trenton, NJ 08611 MoreLess Info
A small ballpark used by the AA Trenton Thunder baseball team, Arm & Hammer Park is a great place for a fun family experience. It is inexpensive, beautiful, and has a great in game experience.
80% 15 votes
15 Market St, Trenton, NJ MoreLess Info
Operating as a museum since 1939, the William Trent House Museum is now owned and operated by the state of New Jersey. The stately home is available to tour and the city hosts special events on the property throughout the year.
29% 41 votes
Trenton, NJ MoreLess Info
Open throughout the year, the Trenton Battle Monument was created to commemorate the first Battle of Trenton. The most prominent part of the monument and surrounding park is the triumphal column of granite that is 148 feet high.
97% 159 votes
101 Barrack Street, Trenton, NJ 08608 MoreLess Info
Serving as an educational center for both Colonial and American history, the Old Barracks Museum is actually housed in the last remaining structure of its kind. The museum staff conducts daily tours and offers interpretations of American Colonial life.
- 2 votes
Barracks and Lafayette Streets, Trenton, NJ MoreLess Info
The Trenton Visitors Center is a center dedicated to providing information for visitors to the city. The center provides a variety of information, including dining, lodging, entertainment, and sightseeing recommendations.