- The list below includes 526 free or cheap things to do in or near Hingham, Massachusetts, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Bowling.
- From World's End to Wompatuck State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hingham and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Cambridge, Plymouth and Salem.
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Hull Lifesaving Museum & Life Saving Station offers a permanent exhibit that narrates the many miraculous rescues by sailors. The Museum collection includes over 5,000 artifacts including a 1903 Fresnel lens, shipwreck fragments, aids to navigation and historical charts.
The Pemberton Bait and Tackle Company features fishing charters, island taxis to Boston Harbor islands, and a waterfront cafe located on the pier that offers breakfast and lunch starting at 5:30a.m. Bait and tackle rentals also on the premises.
Take a nature adventure at Pond Meadow Park in Braintree, Massachusetts. With 320 acres of natural reservations, the park boasts marshes, meadows, a pond, and several walking trails to take in the beautiful outdoors.
Faxon Park is a 7.5 acre park featuring various athletic facilities. Visitors will find two softball fields, an open field, a basketball court, five lighted tennis courts, and a regulation size running track. The park also maintains a children's playground.
United First Parish Church is also known as the Church of the Presidents as it is the final resting place of two U.S. Presidents, namely John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as their wives. The structure comprises of a unique domed ceiling and a mahogany altar.
The Quincy Historical Society operates the Quincy History Museum, among other historic attractions. The museum features exhibits spanning over 400 years of history, with particular emphasis on local native John Adams.
Adams National Historical Park, in addition to the nearby estate called Peacefield, is the historic home of four generations of the Adams family which included U.S. Presidents, ambassadors, historians and more. The structures and their periods furnishings are preserved and available for viewing.