- The list below includes 439 free or cheap things to do in or near Haverhill, Massachusetts, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Family Fun Center, Art Gallery and Skating Rinks.
- From Chunky's Cinema Pub to Cedarland Fun Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Haverhill and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lowell, Salem, Gloucester and Beverly.
Situated on 35 acres of woodland, Windrush Farm offers visitors a facility with indoor and outdoor arenas to take riding lessons at. Visitors can take the horses on a trail ride in the extensive trail system that surrounds the farm.
Newburyport's Maudslay State Park is a park and wildlife preserve open throughout the year. It is especially popular for cross-country skiing and is an important eagle breeding ground. Sections of the park close during breeding season.
Salem Town Forest is a park that is home to various wildlife and provides 3.7 miles of trails to visitors for walking, riding horses or mountain biking. Seasonally the park also can be used to hunt, snowshoe or ski.
With regularly rotating exhibitions, Genovese Sullivan Gallery showcases modern and contemporary art pieces in the form of sculpture, pottery, paintings, and other mediums. The gallery hosts receptions for each new exhibition where visitors can meet the artist.
Turtle Lane Maple Farm is a family owned maple farm known for producing a variety of maple based products, primarily maple syrup. The farm offers guided tours in which guides will explain the syrup making process and offer edible samples.
Once the home of the founder of the Christian Science religion, Mary Baker Eddy Historic House organizes tours through the significant landmarks of her life. The exhibits showcase artifacts like historical documents, paintings, and photographs that depict her life.
Offering classes and workshops for adults and children, Metamorphosis Art & Design is an art studio that is available for birthday parties. The shop has special 'Spirited Painter Nights' where artists get to paint and enjoy a beverage with friends.
Organized by a group of local historians, Andover Historical Society features exhibits containing artifacts from the town's past. These exhibits include historical information from the Civil War and Edwardian times, including furniture, clothing, and tools from the 19th century.